HD 5MP 2.8mm Turret Camera

The ENFORCER HD 5MP Fixed Turret Camera offers high-resolution video and advanced technology in a compact and accessible package. With True Wide Dynamic Range (WDR), Digital Noise Reduction (3DNR) and Day/Night (ICR) capabilities, the camera provides excellent picture quality.

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  • 1/2.8″ 5MP Sony CMOS Sensor
  • 20FPS@5MP, (2592×1944)
  • 2.8mm Fixed lens
  • TVI, CVI, AHD, CVBS (Analog)
  • True Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
  • 3D Digital Noise Reduction (3DNR)
  • True Day & Night Function with ICR Module
  • IR Range 98′ (30m)
  • Operating temperature: -40°~131° F (-40°~55° C)
  • Rugged weatherproof construction (IP66)
  • Heavy-duty vandal-resistant design
  • Cables concealed in bracket to prevent tampering
  • 12VDC
  • Junction box is not included with the product


Image sensor 1/2.8″ 5MP Sony CMOS sensor
Effective pixels 2592(H)x1944(V)
Formats TVI (Default) / CVI / AHD / Analog (CVBS)
OSD (On-screen display) Yes
S/N ratio 35db
Minimum illumination Color: 0.05Lux at F1.2 (AGC on) 0Lux with IR on
IR Distance Distance up to 98′ (30m)
IR LEDs 2x 850nm LEDs


Lens type Fixed
Focal length 2.8mm
Maximum aperture F1.6
Field of view 128°
Resolution 2592×1944
Shutter control Auto
White balance Auto
Gain control Auto
Noise reduction 3DNR
Privacy masking Off, on (4 areas, rectangle)


Certfications CE, FCC, RoHS
Operating voltage 12VDC
Current Draw IR On: 440mA, IR Off: 80mA
Operating conditions -40°~131° F (-40°~55° C)
IP Rating IP66 Weatherproof
Casting Metal
Dimensions ø3-15/16″x3-9/16″ (ø100×90 mm)
Weight 16.72-oz (474g)

Product Information Sheet (PI)


On-Screen Display Manual

Comparison Chart


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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