The Radius 5.0
5MP 360° Fisheye Dome Camera
Usually ships the same business day if ordered before 2PM EST.
The Radius 5.0 a versatile camera with compatibility for both multiple setup and weatherproofing. A fisheye camera, the radius can capture views of an entire room or cubicle so you are always aware of what's happening.
5MP @ 30FPS: 2592x1944
Full protection from dust, rain, snow, dew, frost, and sprinklers.
You can wash it off with a hose.
Temperature rated from -22°F ~ 140°F
Humidity rated between 10 and 95%.
360° of coverage
Infrared night vision up to 33 FT
Color video possible until 0.01 lux
Built-in dual microphone setup for longer range audio
Audio I/O for powered external speakers and microphone
IK10 Impact Resistant
What makes the Radius 5.0 Unique:
This camera has an integrated dual Microphone setup. It can pick up a speaking voice about 25-30 feet from the camera.
By default, the microphone is off when it ships, as different states (and sometimes cities, municipalities, etc) have different legal requirements that you must meet before recording audio. All states must comply with the Federal Wire Tap Act of 1968. Please make sure that you are within your rights regarding your local laws before turning the microphone on.
For more info, please read our primer on the Federal Wire Tap Act of 1968.
Wide Dynamic Range (WDR)
This IP camera has Wide Dynamic Range.
Wide Dynamic Range splits each frame/image into many boxes and it scans for in inaccuracies and adds the right amount exposure to create a balanced and high resolution video shot. Very useful when recording in situations where there can be a large difference in light levels.
Admiral Line Camera Features:
Plug & Play with Admiral & Imperial NVRs
This camera will plug and play with our Admiral and Imperial line of NVRs.
Please note that our camera models with model numbers in the 26xxx format record in the new, more efficient H.265 compression codex and are intended to work with our Imperial and Admiral NVRs.
Get Alerted when there's Motion
With this camera and an SCW Admiral or Imperial NVR, you can send Snapshot Email Alerts.
You can set up your recorder to email a series of pictures to you when motion is detected by one of your SCW cameras (or if one of our other VCA events is observed). You can choose specific dates and times for these alerts to be active and other times for these alerts to be ignored. Some Snapshot email options are based upon your current recording mode.
Customizable Motion Detection Recording
With this camera and an SCW Admiral or Imperial NVR, you have video analytics-based motion detection.
Motion detection can also be used to send you email alerts when motion is detected or to record when recording on motion events. You can modify the sensitivity level so that more or less movement is required for the motion detection to trigger. You can create inclusion areas (places where you care if there is motion) and define the rest as exclusion areas (places where you don't care if there is motion). So, for example, you could create a motion based alert to notify you if someone was in your yard, but ignore them if they were on the sidewalk or in the street.
No Recording Delay; See What Happened before Motion was Detected
Many consumer-grade cameras use PIR sensors to trigger a camera to turn on when something gets close enough to the sensor. This is a bad design as there's a slight delay (0.5-3 seconds) that can cause the camera to not record what happened. Our cameras not only don't have a recording delay but allow you to record up to 30 seconds before the motion.
Don't miss out on important motion events: go back in time, before the event, to understand why it happened.
1 Click Firmware Update
Tired of chasing down firmware from the manufacturer, downloading the firmware, uploading the firmware to the device, and then restarting the device? Don't bother!
This device checks for firmware and then downloads and installs it, itself, with one click.
This camera has an industry leading 3-year warranty. This camera can also be upgraded to a 5-year warranty.
This camera has Anti-Reflective Glass.
Anti-Reflective Glass allows better light transmission vs standard glass. Standard glass cameras often come with a foam ring around the lens to prevent infrared light from bouncing back off the glass and entering the lens. This bounce-back can cause extreme differences in infrared lighting, which makes some items too bright and others too washed out if the ring is loose, ripped, or removed. Anti-Reflective Glass prevents this issue. Also, people have a tendency to accidentally destroy, damage, throw away or lose these foam rings. Anti-Reflective Glass reduces maintenance and user error.
Auto Grade LEDs
This camera has Auto Grade LEDs.
Many IP cameras include low-quality infrared bulbs that fail over time. This camera has Automotive Grade LEDs, and you should expect the same sort of longevity from them as the headlights in your car.
This camera has Headlight Compensation.
Vehicle headlights directly into the camera lens can render many cameras useless. Headlight compensation reduces glare and overexposure due to car headlights.
At SCW, we try not to use the misleading term "License Plate Camera." The term "License plate cameras" is used rather flippantly by the security camera industry, has no real definition as a term, and can sometimes mean simply the presence of HLC; be careful with companies offering a simple solution to a very complex task of capturing license plates.
For more info, please read our knowledge base article on What they don't tell you about License Plate Cameras.
See through Fog with Automatic Defog
This camera has Automatic Defog.
Our automatic defog feature allows you to cut through fog, air pollution, and other atmospheric haze.
Adjustable Shutter Speed for Customizable Performance in Low Light
This camera has an Adjustable Shutter Speed in a range between 1/30s to 1/100,000 of a second.
The shutter in a camera controls how long the camera takes to take a picture, but faster doesn't mean better. The faster that a camera shutter opens and closes, the more likely that you will get a clear, blur-free image. The longer that the shutter is open, the more light you let in and the better your image will be in low light. Shutters that are open for an extremely long time allow you to take color pictures at night/twilight without having to switch to infrared mode, but can result in motion blur.
There's no one-size fits all approach to shutter speed, so we give you full control (and free tech support) to set it up the best way possible.
Extended Transmission: 750 Foot POE
This Camera has SCW EasyConnect2.0 which allows it to plug and play with SCW Cameras up to 750 feet away!
Normally, ethernet cable has a limit of ~300 feet. After that you start getting data packet collision (your video data gets all mixed up and hard to figure out the order of the data). With this SCW Admiral NVR and any of the SCW Admiral Line Cameras, you can extend that distance up to 750 feet. This feature requires both our cameras and NVR to work together.
When plugging a camera into a normal POE switch or POE injector, the normal ~300 foot limits will still apply. SCWEasyConnect 2.0 only available on SCW NVRs and some SCW POE Switches.
This device can record in H.265
H.265, also known as High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) or MPEG-H Part 2, is the video compression standard which replaces H.264. HEVC was a collaboration by many parties including Apple, Microsoft, Cisco, Dolby, and the Moving Picture Experts Group. In comparison to H.264, H.265 offers about double the data compression ratio at the same level of video quality, which means both substantially improved video quality at the same bitrate and lower storage requirements.
H.265 saves hard drive space and increases the quality of an image by splitting the screen into a grid and only updating the sections that changed from the previous frame. This focuses nearly all of the processing power of the camera on the areas of the screen with activity. The image quality differences of H.265 is most noticeable in situations such as attempting to watch your camera remotely if your internet upload speed is slow.
You can also record in H.264 if you need backwards compatibility.
This device is ONVIF Conformant.
ONVIF is an open industry standard encoding language for the interface of IP-based physical security products.
POE (Power over Ethernet)
This camera can be powered via an ethernet cable.
POE allows a Cat5 cable to both carry data and power, making it so that you only have to run one cable. You will need either a POE injector, a POE switch or one of our NVRs with built-in SCWEasyConnect POE to power a camera via ethernet.
**There is an optional wall plug adapter on most of our camera models. This wall plug adapter is only used by clients who cannot run POE cables.
UL Listed and FCC Certified
This product is UL Listed and FCC certified
UL is a safety consulting and certification company headquartered in Northbrook, Illinois, and provides safety-related certification, validation, testing, inspection, and auditing of SCW products.
The Federal Communications Commission has certified that the electromagnetic interference from the device is under limits approved by the FCC.
American-Based Technical Support after the sale. For FREE. Forever.
Real review from Larry, who had this to say:
The most important part of a purchase like this is the support for technical assistance when there is a question or when there is a problem, and they always exceed expectations!
All of our equipment comes with Free Technical Support that is US based (Our Warehouse and Staff are located in Asheville, NC). We're happy to help you via chat, email, screen share / remote support sessions, and phones. Our number is 866-414-2553 and we're open from 9-7 M-F (EST).
The Radius 5.0 - 26P5M Specs
1/2.8", 5 megapixel, progressive scan, CMOS
NDAA Compliant M-Star
Color video until 0.01 lux @F2.0, AGC ON
0 lux with IR on
Auto/Manual, 1s to 1/100,000 second
Day & Night
IR-cut filter with auto switch (ICR)
Digital Noise Reduction
Signal to Noise Ratio
Wide Dynamic Range
True 120dB WDR
|Mainstream, Substream, Thirdstream (Fisheye View, software decoding only)
128 Kbps ~ 16Mbps
Max. Image Resolution
2592×1944; 5 Megapixel
5MP (2592×1944) : Max. 30 fps
Saturation, brightness, contrast, sharpness, headlight compensation, backlight compensation, region of interest, evaluative metering.
Yes, zone configurable
|Motion detection, tampering alarm, network disconnect, IP address conflict, storage exception
|IPv4, IGMP, ICMP, ARP, TCP, UDP, DHCP, PPPoE, RTP, RTSP, RTCP, DNS, DDNS, NTP, FTP, UPnP, HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, 802.1x, SNMP
|ONVIF (Profile S, Profile G)
|1 RJ45 10M/100M Base-TX Ethernet
|2 built-in Microphones, offering longer range audio pickup
|Bare Wire Audio Cable
|impedance 35 kΩ; amplitude 2 V [p-p]
|impedance 600 Ω; amplitude 2 V [p-p]
|1 input; 1 output
|DC12V±25%, PoE (IEEE802.3af)
Weather Proof Rating
|(-22°F ~ 140°F) Humidity 10 - 95% (non-condensing)
|Φ5.90” x 1.7”
|Up to 33ft.
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