Canon VB-H43B - network surveillance camera

Mfg.Part: 9902B002 | CDW Part: 3867400 | UNSPSC: 46171610
  • Network surveillance camera
  • PTZ
  • color (Day&Night)
  • 2.1 MP
  • 1920 x 1080
  • 1080p
  • motorized
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This item was discontinued on August 29, 2018

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Canon VB-H43B - network surveillance camera
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Main Features
  • Network surveillance camera
  • PTZ
  • color (Day&Night)
  • 2.1 MP
  • 1920 x 1080
  • 1080p
  • motorized
  • audio
  • LAN 10/100
  • H.264
  • DC 12 V / AC 24 V / PoE
Canon's VB-H43 Network Camera delivers excellent image quality and feature capability to meet the demanding needs of the security marketplace. With a native 2.1 Megapixel resolution and a 20x optical zoom lens which has a Pan/Tilt mechanism that is both fast and precise, you can capture detailed images of targets - even when in motion. Those images are sent through the sophisticated Canon DIGIC DV III Image Processor which results in crisp, clear video of your surveillance area. The VB-H43 also features exceptional low-light performance and advanced, customizable image quality controls and settings which make it very effective in some of the most challenging installation locations.

The VB-H43's powerful DIGIC Net II Processor allows simultaneous streaming of M-JPEG and H.264 codecs in multiple resolutions to meet various end-user needs. An impressive array of on-board video analytics and functions make the VB-H43 PTZ Network Camera very adaptable to specific monitoring needs. Maximum interoperability with other 3rd party ONVIF Profile S recording systems is ensured thanks to it being ONVIF 2.4 / Profile S conformant. Further, a built-in SD card slot and various power options all combine to help ensure that this camera will meet or exceed your many demands for network security, feature performance, installation versatility and economy in use.