VPT-CV03A-PIR is a HD Analogue Covert PIR 1080p TVI camera with a 3.7mm lens powered with 12VDC, BNC Connection for HD Analogue DVR’s. This covert camera offers covert monitoring capabilities with its PIR style design, allowing you to discreetly capture high-quality video footage without drawing attention.
The camera features a compact and unobtrusive design that mimics a standard passive infrared (PIR) sensor commonly found in residential or commercial settings. This covert style camera enables discreet monitoring, making it ideal for applications where covert surveillance is desired or required.
Equipped with a 3.7mm lens, the VPT-CV03A-PIR provides a wide field of view, capturing a broad perspective of the monitored area. This lens option allows for versatile coverage, making it suitable for various surveillance scenarios, such as hallways, entrances, or small rooms.
Despite its discreet design, the VPT-CV03A-PIR camera delivers high-definition video quality. It records crisp and clear footage, ensuring accurate identification of individuals or incidents. The HD resolution ensures that vital details captured, enhancing the effectiveness of your surveillance efforts.
Effective Pixels: 1920(H) x 1080(V)
Horizontal Resolution: 1080P 2 Mega
Video Output: BNC HD TVI High Definition Output
Operating Environment: -10 ℃~+50 ℃, RH95% Max
The United Kingdom has strict regulations regarding the use of Closed-Circuit Television, especially when it comes to covert surveillance. Covert CCTV refers to the use of hidden or discreet cameras to monitor individuals without their knowledge or consent. These regulations are in place to balance security and privacy concerns. Please note that regulations and laws can change over time, so it’s essential to verify this information with up-to-date sources or legal professionals.
From an Installer point of view there are some rules you should consider before using covert CCTV in any environment including but not limited to: Lawful Basics, Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA), Human Rights Act 1998, Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA), Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Guidelines, Proportionality and Necessity, Signage and Notification, Confidentiality and Access Controls, Retention and Deletion, Consultation with Legal Professionals
These regulations and guidelines are essential to ensure that the use of covert CCTV respects individuals’ rights to privacy while still allowing for necessary security and surveillance measures.