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STAR-LIGHT PANO™ 6 Megapixel Multi-Sensor 180° Indoor/Outdoor Bullet AHD Camera
Model: DWC-PB753WTW
STAR-LIGHT PANO Cameras use three 2MP CMOS sensors and three 4.3mm fixed lenses to produce stunning 180° views at up to 30fps when placed side by side in a CMS. Digital Watchdog AHD cameras are engineered to work with VMAX A1™ All-in-One DVRs that record 1080p AHD, TVI and all analog to 960H. AHD provides an easy system upgrade to high definition video.

Important Note: The camera requires a DVR that supports HD over Coax protocols, like the  VMAX A1.
  • DWC-PB753WTW

AHD 6MP 180º Panoramic View Camera
STAR-LIGHT AHD™ Panoramic cameras produce clear 1080p high resolution real-time video images at a 180° viewing angle, increasing the camera's ROI by offering enhanced detail and image clarity for monitoring large areas from a single camera.
  • Analog High Definition (AHD) HD over Coax Technology
  • 3x2MP Panasonic 1/3” CMOS Sensor
  • 6MP 180° Panoramic Camera
  • STAR-LIGHT™ Super Low Light Technology
  • 3x 4.3mm Fixed Lenses
  • Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
  • OSD Control Via Coaxial (UTC)
  • Smart DNR™ 3D Digital Noise Reduction
  • Highlight Masking Exposure (HME)
  • True Day/Night Mechanical IR Cut Filter
  • De-Fog™ Extreme Weather Image Compensation
  • Auto Sensing 24VAC/12VDC with Line Lock
  • 4th output for 180° Panoramic View
  • Easy Icon Driven OSD Menu with Built-in Joystick
  • Programmable Privacy Zones
  • Auto Gain Control (AGC)
  • Backlight Compensation (BLC)
  • Dynamic Range Compressor (DRC) Reveals Low Light Detail
  • Auto White Balance (AWB)
  • IP66 Certified (Weather Resistant)
  • 5 Year Warranty


Image Sensor
3x Panasonic 1/3” CMOS Sensors
Active Pixels
3X 1944 (H) x 1092 (V)
Scanning System
Progressive Scan
60Hz / 50Hz
Signal Technology
6.0 Megapixel AHD (3 x 2MP Sensors)
6.0 Megapixel AHD (3 x 2MP Sensors)
Minimum Scene Illumination
F2.0 (30IRE): 0.06 Lux [Color]
F2.0 (30IRE): 0.01 Lux [B&W]
S/N Ratio
Video Output
6.0 Megapixel AHD (3 x 2MP Sensors)
Alarm Output
3 Alarm Output


Focal Length
Lens Type
Fixed Lens


Shutter Speed
1/30(25) – 1/30,000
Off, On
STAR-LIGHT (Sense-up) 
Off, x2 – x32
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) 
Off, On
Digital Noise Reduction 
Off, Low, Middle, High
White Balance
Auto, Auto-Ex, Preset, Manual
Day and Night
Day, Night, Auto
Mirror / Flip
Auto Gain Control
Max 60dB
Motion Detection
3 Zones per Camera, Total 12 Motion Zones
Privacy Zones
16 Zones per Camera, Total 72 Motion Zones
0 ~ 10
RS485 / UTP Built-in
Digital Zoom
x1.0 ~ x16.0


Operating Temperature
-20°C ~ 50°C (-4°F ~ 122°F)
Operating Humidity
Less than 90% (Non-Condensing)
IP Rating
IP66 (Weather Resistant)
Other Certifications


Power Requirements
DC12V / AC24V Dual Voltage
Power Consumption
DC12V: 8.5W, 708mA
AC24V: 8.5W, 354mA


9.9 x 3.58 Inch (252 x 91mm)
2.2 lbs (1 Kg)
Panoramic Bullet Junction Box
White Bullet Junction Box
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HD Video Balun Converter
Title Type Size Download
Camera Accessories Compatibility Chart pdf 3.80 MB
DWC-PB753WTW Data Sheet pdf 0.13 MB
DWC-PB753WTW Manual pdf 26.37 MB
DWC-PB753WTW Sell Sheet pdf 0.17 MB
Frequently asked questions
Q. How to turn on WDR?
A. At the VMAX A1 DVR
  1. Right click and select PTZ controller
  2. Press Menu to access the camera's OSD
  3. Go to Exposure, Brightness and select WDR.
  4. Go to Exit Jump
  5. Select Save & Exit
Q. My camera has a spotlight effect at night.
  1. Enter the Setup Menu
  2. Go to Day & Night
  3. Enable SMART IR and adjust the level
SMART IR adjusts the image for IR cameras to eliminate LED light reflection and white spots in the image. By breaking down the camera’s field of view into five zones, Smart IR allows for even distribution of the IR light. This prevents excessive illumination on images that are in the front of the scene and offers a clear image in B/W without any loss of detail.

Note:  This is best adjusted at night

Q. My Camera image is flashing/flickering
  1. View the image to see if the environment has variable lighting
  2. If so, enable WDR or DRC in the camera’s menu
  3. If not, make sure power is sufficient and power cycle the camera
  4. Check cable and connectors
Q. My camera is blurry at night but clear in the day
  1. Check the lens cover for dirt, debris, scratches, smudges or residue
  2. Tilt camera away from or remove nearby reflective objects
  3. Make sure rubber gasket is present and correctly seated on lens
  4. Clean lens cover with water and dry microfiber cloth
Q. My camera is no longer producing video.
  1. Confirm the physical connection on the dvr
  2. Switch with a known working camera
  3. Check power to the camera
  4. Check camera compatibility
  5. Check user rights
Q. My camera is stuck in Black & Whtie.
  1. Make sure the camera is compatible with the dvr
  2. Make sure the camera is on the right signal
  3. Make sure the camera is getting sufficient light
  4. Make sure the light sensor is not obstructed.
  5. Move camera to a known working port. If problem follows the camera then the camera is the problem
  6. Enter the Camera's setup menu and make sure Day & Night is on Auto
  7. Factory default/Initialize the camera
  8. Bench test the camera with separate wiring and power
  9. Send in for repair if the problem persists.
Q. There are horizontal rolling bars on the monitor.

This is a video ground loop due to more than one ground between camera and monitor/head-end

Ground Loop problems can be resolved by making sure that only one end of any video cable is
connected to a local ground. Make sure the video cable shields do not come into direct contact with
each other to prevent unintentional local grounding.

  1. Tape all connectors in such situations to minimize this risk.
  2. Keep camera runs as short as possible with all video cables cut to fit. Excess cable left along any run can increase the risk of interference.
  3. At the monitor end make sure all the CCTV equipment is connected to same power point to provide a common local ground.
  4. Implement a ground loop isolator