The JAVS FlexCamera is specifically designed to work with the JAVS Centro Audio/Video Processor.

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The JAVS FlexCamera is specifically designed to work with the JAVS Centro Audio/Video Processor. Utilizing a CAT5/6 cabling, an RJ45 connector is used for Video, Genlock, Power, and Control, allowing the FlexCamera to be connected with a single connector. Moreover, since the FlexCamera can be controlled via Serial Port, all settings can be configured via a PC and stored for later retrieval—if a camera is replaced, all settings are automatically loaded from the JAVS stored database.

The JAVS FlexCamera features an aesthetically pleasing and compact design that is perfectly suited for courtrooms, conference facilities, and other meeting environments. The camera can be mounted using standard mounting hardware and configurations to meet your unique room environment. A wide array of C- or CS- mount lenses are available to suit your needs, options include auto/manual iris, zoom/fixed lens angle and focal length.

Automatic gain control and electronic exposure ensure proper white levels even if the light levels in the room should change. Auto-tracking white balance maintains proper color balance and keeps color hue from drifting.

• Compact and unobtrusive size respects the integrity of any room
• Resolution of 525 lines provides sharp and clear color images for recording
• Automatic iris and gain control improve image quality when light levels change
• Auto Tracking White Balance delivers proper color output for recording
• Back Light Compensation improves image exposure when the background light levels are significantly different than the subject light levels
• External (VBS) synchronization allows for multiple cameras to be line locked and switched with an external video switcher
• C- or CS- lens mount allows for a wide selection of lens types

Image Device
1/3" CCD
Picture Element
811Hx508V (NTSC)
759Hx596V (PAL)
Video Standard
Video Out type
Balanced 100 Ohm
Video Over Twist pairs (VOTP)
525 lines, 60 fields/sec-NTSC
625 lines, 50 fields/sec - PAL
Sync system
Internal/ Ext-VBS
Picture Resolution
520 TV Lines
580 T VL ( Enhanced )
S/N Ratio
52db (min)/60db (typ)
AGC off
Minimum Illumination
0.8 Lux of F1.2
( F1.2 , 5600ºK 30 IRE )
Maximum CAT6 cable length
Genlock Input
Sync Level Input
-20 / - 40 IRE
Input Type
Balanced 100 Ohm
Control Port
Control port EIA-485 (RS-485) half duplex.
Rate: 9600b
Gain Control
AGC ON/manual adjust 0- 30db/OFF
Back Light Compensation (BLC)
Digital Zoom (2X)
White balance
ATW / AWC / FIX (Zero color rolling)
3200 ~ 10000 ºK (2200 ~ 15000 ºK with S Filter)
Color Bar
Mirror Function
Power Supply
Power voltage range
12V-24V DC
Power consumption
Power indicator

flexcam_data_sheet.pdf Data Sheet for FlexCam 160 KB
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