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4MP IP Box Camera with Auto Back Focus


The BC820v2 is a 4MP HD box camera with P-iris lens control providing clear and detailed images. The camera has quad-stream capability for simultaneous streaming of H.264/H.264 or H.264/MJPEG. The Auto Back Focus ensures easy installation and easy operation.


  • 1/3” Progressive scan CMOS imager
  • Auto Back Focus
  • 4MP @ 15 fps WDR
  • 2MP @ 25/30 fps
  • 120dB WDR
  • Quad-stream H.264 and MJPEG video
  • 120 dB WDR (HDR)
  • P-iris for an optimal exposure
  • Day/Night with IR-cut filter
  • 24 Vac / 24Vdc / 12Vdc / 802.3af PoE
  • ONVIF Profile S conformant


Multistream high definition
The camera has quad-stream capability for simultaneous streaming of H.264/H.264 or H.264/MJPEG. Multiple combinations of resolution and frame rate can be configured to satisfy different live viewing and recording scenarios. 4 Mpixel resolution is available at 15 fps, a full-HD 1080p stream at 30fps can be combined with a SXGA stream at 30 fps. Each selected resolution-frame rate combination can be freely set to a stream number.

Open standards
Multiple options are available to easily integrate the BC820v2 to a video management system. In support of open standards, the camera is compliant with the ONVIF Profile S specification.

Image enhancement
The BC820v2 provides automatic day/night functionality with configurable thresholds, for use in low-light situations. Back-light compensation enhances image visibility in difficult lighting situations. The BC820v2 provides two modes for wide dynamic range. The first mode uses different gain ratios for different illumined areas to bring details in the darker areas of an image without saturation in the brighter parts. The second mode uses a 2 shutter mechanism which applies two different exposure settings to capture both darker and lighter areas with excellent details. The resulting image is the optimal aggregation of both exposures.

Power source choices
The BC820v2 can be powered by 12 Vdc, 24 Vdc, 24 Vac, or over the network with 802.3af-compliant PoE sources.

Privacy masks
Privacy masks cover sections of the image. This feature is often requested for such situations as city centre surveillance and point of sale keypads