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Wirepath™ Surveillance 565 Series Bullet Analog Outdoor Camera

WPS-565-BUL-A
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Description
Description

Equally “at home” in commercial and residential environments, these 565-series bullets are the Swiss Army knives of cameras. Created by installers for installers, they boast desired features like enhanced resolution, lens correction, and a test port that makes it easy to adjust video and OSD settings on the spot. Plus, these cameras feature an exclusive Wirepath™ design that looks great indoors or outdoors in retail spaces, offices, restaurants, or for and under-eave mounting in areas needing general surveillance.

Bullet Analog Outdoor Camera with IR

Equally “at home” in commercial and residential environments, these 565-series bullets are the Swiss Army knives of cameras. Created by installers for installers, they boast desired features like enhanced resolution, lens correction, and a test port that makes it easy to adjust video and OSD settings on the spot. Plus, these cameras feature an exclusive Wirepath™ design that looks great indoors or outdoors in retail spaces, offices, restaurants, or for and under-eave mounting in areas needing general surveillance.

Important Notice - When powering the camera using a CCTV tester, you must connect the power via the Test Port adapter power connection - not the pigtail. In addition, the Test Port adapter power connection for this camera only uses a 12 V DC power supply. Using a 24 V AC, or other voltage power supply with the Test Port Adapter will result in damage to the camera, and possibly the power supply.
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Enhanced resolution

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Adjustable field of view

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Protected from water and dust

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Easily power over long distances

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Foreground /background contrast

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See in the dark

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Hi-res video, widescreen compatible

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Video test port for fast installation

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External Zoom and Focus

To make this bullet as installer friendly as possible, we put the zoom/focus adjustments on the outside, meaning you can connect all your wires and get the camera completely installed before tweaking these settings. No more unscrewing the lens cap and letting in unwanted humidity every time you want to make an adjustment - just use the included hex wrench, which is the same tool used to adjust the mount bracket. Now that’s convenient!

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Test Port + CCTV Tester = Easy Adjustments

Using the external video test port, you can easily adjust video and OSD settings right there at the camera with our optional CCTV tester No more running back and forth to the DVR to adjust zoom, focus or video enhancements. The included breakout cable allows you to power the camera even if there’s no power on the jobsite, and it has an OSD joystick for easy control of On-Screen Display.

Mis-wire Protection

Accidents happen...and so does reversed polarity during wire termination, leading to camera damage. These cameras feature mis-wire protection to detect improper polarity and shut down circuitry until the circuit is fixed. This keeps your install running safe and smooth, reducing failures and helping to prevent return trips.

960H Recording

With 960H widescreen recording, analog picture quality has never been better. Widescreen resolution is optimally suited for today’s widescreen displays, and 960H allows you to see 30% more pixels. Now, you get a better picture of even the finest details.

Specs
Specifications
WPS-565-BUL-A-WH WPS-565-BUL-A-GR
 
Gray
 
Arm 90°: 3.4" x 3.82" x 8.39"
Arm Straight: 3.4" x 3.28" x 9.07"
 
14°F - 140°F
 
4.5W 375 mA
 
1.70 lb
 
52dB (AGC Off, Weight On)
 
Yes
 
Yes
 
Yes
 
92° (W) ~ 30°(T)
 
0.45
 
Yes
 
0.01 Lux color, 0 Lux IR on
 
960H 1/3" Color Sony Super HAD II
 
Yes
 
65 Ft.
 
2.8 ~ 12mm Varifocal Auto Iris Lens
 
Yes
 
Yes
 
Yes
 
NTSC:976(H)x494(V)
 
Yes
 
700
 
Yes
 
2:1 Interlace
 
Yes
 
Internal
 
D-WDR
 
IP66
 
Yes
 
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Auto Gain Control
Auto Iris
Backlight Compensation
Est. Horizontal Viewing Angle
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Image Sensor
Day/Night IR Cut Filter
IR Range
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Mirror Mode
Motion Detection
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Effective Pixels
Privacy Mask
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RS485
Scanning System
Smart IR
Sync Mode
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FAQs
FAQ

Control & Programming

  • I can't get anything but a dark or black image on my camera at night.
    1. First, be sure that IR is functioning and set correctly. Check the OSD to be sure the camera is set to a mode that will allow IR to come on. (See manual for OSD settings. IR is enabled in all models by default.) With IR enabled, cover the camera with a dark cloth and see if the LED's are lit a soft red color. If IR is not turning on, check settings again.
    2. Low voltage can cause the IR not to operate, or can cause the camera to power cycle repeatedly when IR tries to turn on. Use the Voltage Drop Calculator on the Surveillance Calculators page to make sure that the power supply and wiring are adequate for the camera model in use.
  • My camera never turns to black and white and the IR LED's won't come on.
    Your camera is set to Day or Color mode. The camera's Day/Night setting needs to be set to either Auto or EXT, which allows the camera's light sensor to decide when the IR should be on. Refer to your owner's manual for details on setting the IR mode.
  • IR is functioning, but I have a blurry or distorted image at night.
    1. Remove the cover and review the image quality. If it is still blurry, make sure that your camera view is focused on a scene close enough to the camera for IR to reflect from, and that there are no hot spots from reflections or other light sources that could be blinding the camera.
    2. Check the cover for moisture or condensation. If there is light condensation, replace the desiccant pack. If it is a dome camera with heavy condensation or pooling of water, verify that all openings are properly sealed before re-assembling the camera.
    3. For dome cameras, make sure the grommet is properly seated around the lens and that the viewing angle is within spec. See the Support Tab for camera adjustment limits.
    4. Wipe down the lens cover with a soft eyeglass cloth. Small particles can cause significant IR reflections that can result in blurring at night.
    5. Replace the dome cover. The most common cause of blurry images on domes at night are scratches in the lens cover. Make sure to keep the plastic covers on the inside and outside of the dome in place until the final step of installation.
  • Features & Support

  • My camera does not power on after being connected to a power supply.
    Check the power supply voltage and the wiring polarity. WPS-100, -300, and 350 series cameras only accept 12 Volt DC with the correct polarity. The + and - wires must not be reversed on the camera power input when power is applied.
  • Which power supply should I use for my CCTV cameras?
    The 100, 300, 310, and 350 series cameras can only use a 12v DC power supply. The 500, 550, 700, and 750 series can handle a 12v DC or a 24v AC power supply. Be sure to run the correct wiring for the run length! Too small of a wire gauge may cause power issues even if you have the right power supply. Use the Voltage Drop Calculator on the Surveillance Calculators page to determine what power supply and wire to use for any model at any distance.
  • General

  • What type of cable should be pulled for proper installation of cameras?
    Either RG59 or RG6 coaxial cable is needed for the video signal. 18 gauge or larger 2 conductor wire is required for power and a CAT5e/6 is recommended for OSD set up. Use the Wire Length tool on the Surveillance Calculators page to help determine the right size wire to carry enough voltage to your cameras. Also, check out our camera baluns on the Accessories page which can carry all power and signal over a single CAT 5e/6 cable.
  • How long of a wire can I connect to power my cameras?
    General calculations can be made using the voltage drop calculator tool on our website. This is located under the support tab of each camera item page.
  • Setup & Installation

  • I am trying to power my Wirepath analog camera with my CCTV tester for setup, but it only clicks or doesn't do anything. What's up?
    When using the test adapter for camera setup, the camera must be powered only by the CCTV Tester. Using other power supplies while using the test port may not work and may cause damage to the camera, which is not covered under warranty.
  • Which of your cameras are designed for outdoor applications?
    The only indoor only analog cameras we carry are the WPS-100-DOM and -BUL, and WPS-300-DOM Cameras.
  • I need to install your camera outside. What is the lowest temperature they are tested to?
    Our standard outdoor cameras have been tested to be fully operational form 14°F to 140°F. For extreme cold environments down to -40°F, consider our flagship 750 series outdoor analog cameras, which feature a built-in heater to ensure sub zero temperature reliability.
  • I installed a camera near a garage door opener and I am now experiencing issues with the opener. What can I do?
    We have heard from a few dealers that have experienced interference with certain garage doors. Click here to see more details on the issue.
  • How do I set a camera up at the installation site before connecting it at the DVR?
    With the WPS-CCTV-TESTER you can connect a camera at the actual installation location for set up and calibration. All models feature a quick access port and adapter for conveniently attaching a setup monitor with the camera mounted in its final location.
  • I installed my Wirepath camera outside, and now I have condensation inside the camera. What can I do?
    Wirepath Surveillance cameras are sealed devices, but they must be opened during installation and setup. This can cause extra moisture to gather on the lens or dome once the camera is closed up and powered on if the humidity was high during the installation. At the factory, every camera is assembled with a silica desiccant packet inside to prevent this buildup, but we have found that over time the packet can become saturated. For this reason, all Wirepath cameras now include a spare silica desiccant packet in the box, to be inserted into the camera at the end of the installation. Wirepath support can supply extra packets to dealers as needed for older cameras.

5-Year Limited Warranty

This Wirepath™ product has a 5-Year Limited Warranty. This warranty includes parts and labor repairs on all components found to be defective in material or workmanship under normal conditions of use. This warranty shall not apply to products which have been abused, modified or disassembled. Products to be repaired under this warranty must be returned to SnapAV or a designated service center with prior notification and an assigned return authorization number (RA).

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