Advanced Technology Video Announces New 700TVL IR Bullet Cameras

Advanced Technology Video (ATV), a provider of innovative video surveillance solutions, announces the release of two new analog bullet cameras to the ATV Performance Series product line.

Advanced Technology Video Announces New 700TVL IR Bullet CamerasThe BSS7212 and the BSS7550 analog bullet cameras are designed for those looking for simple yet powerful, inexpensive cameras. These cameras provide 700TVL resolution for superior quality images with a 1/3” Sony HAD II Color CCD, True Day/Night and Digital WDR functionality for all lighting conditions. They are equipped with 2.8-12mm (BSS7212) and 5-50mm (BSS7550) Varifocal Auto-iris lens, in conjunction with 42 IR LEDs for up to 100 ft. night time visibility.

“These cameras are a great addition to our analog line up,” said Keith Shaver, ATV’s VP of sales and marketing. “Many end-users still desire analog systems, and the features and price-point of these two cameras make it an affordable solution.”

In addition, the cameras are rated IP66, which protects against dust and water, and also offer a dual power option (12VDC and 24VAC).

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