The CC5MPX is a high-resolution digital network camera with video capabilities. It requires little power, making it ideal for battery-powered installations. The camera can produce images of up to 5 megapixels, and has a rugged environmental case that allows it to be used outside in extremes of temperature. It is compatible with Campbell Scientific dataloggers. An SD memory card for image storage is available as an option.Read More
The CC5MPX is Campbell Scientific’s first high resolution digital network camera with video capabilities. It produces JPG images with a resolution of up to 5 megapixels, and shoots videos with a resolution of up to 720P. The CC5MPX can function as a stand-alone camera or can be connected to a Campbell Scientific datalogger or another PakBus device. Several power conserving modes allow the CC5MPX to be used in remote, battery-powered installations.
Designed to work in harsh environments, the CC5MPX operates at temperatures as low as -40°C and as high as 60°C. It has an integrated environmentally sealed enclosure that protects the camera from moisture and high-humidity. The integrated enclosure also eliminates the time required to install the camera in a separate enclosure.
The CC5MPX has several options for image acquisition and storage. You can take still images or videos based on an internal timer, motion detection, or a trigger from an external PakBus device (such as a datalogger). The images or videos can then be stored on an SD card, saved in a datalogger’s memory, sent to a PC via email, or transmitted to an FTP server.
|Operating Power||9 to 30 Vdc|
|Operating Temperature Range||-40° to +60°C|
|Clock Accuracy||±2 minutes per year (-40° to +60°C)|
|Photo or Video Capture Triggers||Two independent self timers, external trigger, motion detection, web page control|
|Programmable Still Image Resolutions||
Capable of up to 720P for the following:
|Video Frame Rate Options||30, 15, and 7.5 FPS (Frames Per Second)|
|Communication Interfaces||RS-232 port, RS-485 port, Ethernet 10/100|
|Communications Protocols||PakBus, FTP, email, web page interface via web browser|
|Maximum Baud Rate||115.2 kbps (for RS-232 and RS-485 only)|
|Low-Light Capability||Not designed for low-light conditions.|
|Diameter||9.3 cm (3.7 in.)|
|Length||22 cm (8.7 in.)|
|Weight||1.06 kg (2.34 lb)|
Communication Switched Power Output
|Maximum Output Current||750 mA|
|Maximum||250 mA (at 12 Vdc)|
|Quiescent||≤ 1 mA (off power mode)|
|Standard Lens||4 to 12 mm, 27° to 80° FOV|
External Input Signal
|Logic Low Level||0.65 Vdc (-20 Vdc absolute minimum)|
|Logic High Level||> 2.0 Vdc (+20 Vdc absolute maximum)|
|Minimum Pulse Width||10 ms|
Memory Card Interface
|Type||Secure Digital (SD)|
|File Type||JPEG (image), AVI (video)|
|Size||16 GB or less|
Photo Capture Time
|-NOTE-||Time is from wake-up to start of capture.|
|Fully On||< 1 s (5 MP images take longer.)|
|Partially On||10 s|
|Deep Sleep||15 s|
|Off State||90 s|
Please note: The following shows notable compatibility information. It is not a comprehensive list of all compatible products.
|CR10X (retired)||The CR10X must be the -2M version and must use the PakBus operating system.|
|CR23X (retired)||The CR23X must be the -2M version and must use the PakBus operating system.|
|CR300||Limited to RS-232 Port with Null Modem, NO USR Drive Capability.|
|CR510 (retired)||The CR50 must be the -2M version and must use the PakBus operating system.|
The 18549 Camera Mounting Kit is used to mount the CC5MPX camera to a CM202, CM204, or CM206 crossarm. The crossarm then attaches to a tripod, tower, or user-supplied pole (1.0-in. to 2.1-in. outer diameter). The bracket’s design facilitates the aiming of the camera.
The CC5MPX camera is compatible with any PakBus data logger that has 2 MB or greater of on-board memory. The data logger must have a current operating system.
The CC5MPXCBL1 Power and I/O Cable connects the camera to:
An Ethernet cable is required to configure the camera. Typically, the CC5MPXCBL2 Environmental Cable is used. The Ethernet cable connects the camera to a network router, cellular modem, or laptop. With this connection, the user can access a web interface that: