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4G two way audio voice alarm ptz camera with microphone audio sim card


Key benefits

  • 2MP SONY307
  • Two way audio
  • Auto tracking Rotation
  • Face detection
  • 36X optical zoom lens
  • 150M night vision distance
  • Support 4G sim card


  • Field, construction site, fish pond


  • 4G sim card / WIFI / WIRE / POE  optional
  • Solar powered / DC12V optional


4G 36X optical Zoom PTZ camera with two-way audio alarm

5-inch 2 million 4G dual light source AI smart trackball

4G PTZ Camera

4g alert PTZ Camera Features

  • 4G /Wire RJ45 port ;
  • AI human auto tracking, Intelligent alert PTZ camera multi-point detection trigger setup;
  • White light Led+IR LED combination;
  • Built-in Speaker&Microphone,Two-way voice intercom;
  • IP66Waterproof function;
  • 5X/18X Zoom;
  • TF128GB card ;
  • 100-150M IR distance

Intelligent 4g alert PTZ camera setup Specification

Image sensor 1/2.8″  CMOS   sony307
Minimum Illumination Color: 0.001Lux, B/W: 0.0001Lux,0 Lux with IR
Case Material Metal
Waterproof grade IP66
Audio Built-in microphone&speaker
Day night mode Auto ICR color to B/W
Focus 36X Zoom Lens
Max resolution 2MP/5MP/8MP  2952*1920P
Mainstream 5MP@15fps、4MP@20fps、3MP@25fps、1080P/720P/D1@30fps,
Sub-stream D1/VGA/640*360/CIF@30fps  支持 CBR/VBR
Video compression H.265、H.264
interface ONVIF、GB/T.28181
Storage support max 128G TF card
Power DC 12V/4A / POE optional
Consumption <18W
Working environment temp-20~60℃;humidity<90%
Protection IP66

Frequently Asked Questions

What is PTZ detection?

PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) detection is a method used in video analytics where an alarm com PTZ camera is used to detect and track moving objects or people within a surveillance area. The cameras can be programmed to automatically pan, tilt, and zoom to keep the moving object or person in the center of the frame and track its movements throughout the surveillance area.

PTZ detection relies on several components such as motion detection, image processing, and algorithms that are designed to detect and track the moving object or person. When PTZ detection is enabled, the camera will first detect motion using its motion sensors and trigger the tracking mechanism once a moving object is detected. The camera will then automatically move to keep the moving object in the center of the frame and track its movements throughout the surveillance area.

PTZ detection is commonly used in security and surveillance applications where real-time tracking of moving objects is necessary. It allows for automation of the system, reducing the need for human intervention and allowing for real-time response to any security breach that occurs.

What is the detection range of the PTZ camera?

The detection range of a PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) camera can vary depending on several factors, such as the camera’s specifications, the environment, and the type of system used for detection.

The camera’s zoom capability can affect the detection range significantly, allowing the camera to detect objects or people at distances ranging from a few meters to several hundred meters away. The camera’s motion detection sensors also play a role in determining the detection range, with some cameras capable of detecting motion over a wide area.

The environment in which the camera is installed can also impact its detection range. Factors such as lighting conditions, weather, and the presence of obstacles can affect the ability of the camera to detect objects or people.

Overall, the detection range of a 4g PTZ camera can range from a few meters to several hundred meters depending on its zoom capabilities, motion detection sensors, and the environment in which it is installed. It is important to consider these factors when selecting a PTZ camera for your security needs.

Do all PTZ cameras have auto-tracking?

No, not all PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) cameras have auto-tracking. Auto tracking is an advanced feature present in some PTZ cameras that enable the camera to automatically follow and track moving objects or people as they move throughout the surveillance area.

Auto tracking requires advanced algorithms and motion detection software that can detect and track moving objects while also controlling the PTZ mechanism to keep the object in the camera’s field of view. Cameras with this feature are typically more expensive than basic PTZ cameras, and their performance can vary depending on the quality of the camera and the environment in which it is installed.

What is the difference between a motion detector and a camera?

A motion detector and a camera are two different surveillance tools that serve different functions.

A motion detector is a device that detects motion in its detection range using infrared sensors or other detection technologies. When motion is detected, the device sends an alert signal to a monitoring system, triggering an alarm or other response.

In contrast, a camera captures and records video data of the surveillance area in real time. Cameras can be fixed or PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) and provide high-quality video recordings of the area being monitored. Cameras can also have motion detection capabilities, which allow them to detect and record motion in their field of view.

Therefore, the main difference between a motion detector and a camera is the way that they detect and respond to the motion. Motion detectors rely on sensors to detect motion and send an alert, while cameras capture video that can be used to monitor and record motion. Both devices can be used in tandem for robust security coverage and real-time monitoring of a surveillance area.