IP 8MP Ultra-Low-Light Active Deterrence Bullet Camera

The ENFORCER Ultra-Low-Light Active Deterrence Bullet Camera combines 4K-resolution with Active Deterence. Using a Sony CMOS sensor and ultra-low-light technology, the camera adjusts color information to provide clear images even in dark environments. With Active Deterrence the camera uses AI to distinguish between environmental issues and actual threats and uses red/blue LEDs and sound to warn off intruders, for significantly increased security.

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  • Active Deterrence – uses light and sound to warn intruders they are being monitored, providing an extra level of protection
  • Upload your own custom message to play when an alarm is triggered (WAV or PCM format, up to 256KB)
  • 1/1.8″ 8MP Sony CMOS Sensor
  • Ultra-low-light technology
  • 4K@30FPS, 2160p (3840×2160)
  • 2.8mm, F1.0 Lens
  • Tri-Stream Encoding: H.265, H.264 and MJPEG
  • Corridor mode
  • Operating temperature: -40°~131° F (-40°~55° C)
  • IP67 Weatherproof
  • MicroSD slot (512GB max.)
  • PoE (IEEE 802.3af), 12VDC

AI Functions

  • Face detection
  • Face recognition
  • Human & vehicle detection
  • Perimeter intrusion detection
  • Line crossing detection
  • Stationary object detection
  • Cross counting
  • Heat map
  • Crowd density detection
  • Queue length detection
  • License plate detection
  • License plate recognition
SL Vision
The SL Vision app provides you with a seamless and easy-to-use solution for all your video surveillance needs. With the SL Vision app and your ENFORCER® NVR, you can effortlessly connect to your NVR through the app, view live feeds from your cameras, access recorded footage, and save video clips or snapshots of what you have seen with just a few taps, all at your own convenience.

Experience the convenience and security of managing your NVR from your smartphone or tablet.

Available for iOS (11.0 and above) and Android (5.0 and above).

One portal to monitor and manage your CCTV System.
Click here to download SL VMS for Windows


Image sensor 1/2.8″ 8MP Sony CMOS
Effective pixels 3840(H)x2160(V)
Scanning system Progressive scan
Electronic shutter speed Auto, manual; 1/5 s to 1/20,000 s
Minimum illumination Color: 0.0005Lux at F1.0 (AGC on) 0Lux with IR on
Warmlight viewable length Distance up to 82′ (25m)
LEDs 2x Warmlight, 1x red, 1x blue
Siren volume 88dB


Lens type Fixed
Focal length 2.8mm
Maximum aperture F1.0
Field of view Horizontal: 110°, Vertical: 59°, Diagonal:132°
Compression H.265, H.264
Streaming capability Triple (3) streams
Resolution 2880×1620, 2560×1440, 2304×1296, 1080p (1920×1080), 720p (1280×720)
Bit rate control CBR/VBR
Bit rate Main stream: 256 to 16384 Kbps Sub stream: 128 to 4096 Kbps Mobile stream: 8 to 1536 Kbps
Backlight Disable (default) BLC, HLC, True WDR
White balance Auto
Gain control Auto
Noise reduction 3DNR
Smart IR Support
Image rotation 0″, 180″
Mirror Disable, vertical, horizontal, all
Privacy masking Off, on (4 areas, rectangle)
Region of interest Support
Active deterrence Support


Ethernet RJ45
Interoperability ONVIF® profiles G, S, and T conformant
Auto register Support
Streaming method Multicast
Max. user access 7
Web viewer IE, Chrome, Firefox, Edge
On-board storage Built in memory slot Supports up to 512GB MicroSD/SDHC/SDXC


Certfications CE, FCC, RoHS
ONVIF® Profiles G, S, and T conformant
NDAA Compliant
Power supply 12VDC, or PoE (IEEE 802.3af Class 0)
Power consumption < 6W
Operating conditions -40°~131° F (-40°~55° C) Less Than 95% RH
Storage conditions -40°~140° F (-40°~60° C)
IP Rating IP67 Weatherproof
Casting Metal
Dimensions ø3-3/4″x9-1/16″ (ø96×230 mm)
Weight 1-lb 12-oz (370g)

Product Information Sheet (PI)




Check that the correct power supply is in use.

Change the position of the camera.

Adjust the monitor’s contrast knob. Change the position of the camera.

Clean the lens using a soft, clean cloth. Check that the light source is adequate.

Change the position of the camera.

  1. Check that the camera is powered up.
  2. Check that the power supply’s polarity is correct. Check that the monitor is powered up.
  3. Check that the video cable connecting the camera to the monitor is connected properly.
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