Infrared C Mount Camera
Infrared c-mount cameras are probably the rarest security camera in the CCTV business. There are not many models with infrared lights built into the base or front of the camera. Frankly they are just not as popular as your infrared bullet cameras. However, the both do the same job. Depending on your CCTV application, you just might have to have an infrared c-mount indoors, so if you need the ability to see in total darkness then we recommend the infrared c-mount. However, exercise caution when using this camera, if you place it near areas that have shinny tables, doors, or even windows, will cause the infrared light to bounce and reflect back to the security cameras, resulting in a video washout.
Infrared C-mount Camera Housings Are Fast Solutions
Unless you are looking to build your own c-mount kit for an outside environment, then you will certainly want to take a look at our c-mount infrared housing cameras. These kits are already to go out-of-the-box. There is no wiring, or camera installation that you have to do. All you need to do is run your RG59 cable and power run from your camera to your security dvr and power supply setup. This is not a new thing, but most stores out on the Internet and locally just do not offer the variety for you. However we do! In fact, this entire site is dedicated to c-mount cameras and one of the major goals of ours is to offer the absolute best variety possible. Without the variety, customers, end-users can restrict and limit their CCTV applications. However, some of the other great point to our c-mount housed cameras is the infrared lights. Now this usually is a touchy subject, because people often mistakenly misuse infrared technology in CCTV environments. Infrared LED lights are very powerful and long wavelength light, so you always run the risk or washing out your surveillance video. However with our turn-key-infrared-c-mount-housing-cameras, you don't have to worry about precision placement of your c-mount lens to the environment to your housing glass window, especially if you fear having video washout. We have told customers in the past that it is very difficult and you run the risk of trial and error in trying to setup an infrared c-mount camera inside of a housing. All goals are met with this solution. You have the ability to keep the camera from being damaged by mother nature's fury, high resolution video for the outside, and infrared lights for low-light and total darkness visibility.
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