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=='''VT38A: FloodCam'''==
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[[Image:180x180_floodcam.gif]][[image:Vt38a.jpg|thumb]]
  
Model: VT38A, VR36A, VR31A
 
  
 
==Product Pages==
 
==Product Pages==
*[http://software.x10.com/pub/manuals/vt38a-om.pdf Product Manual]
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*[http://www.smarthomediscounts.com/manuals/vt38a-om.pdf Detailed VT38A Instructions]
*[http://www.x10.com/products/x10_vt38ac.htm Purchase]
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*[http://www.x10community.com/forums/index.php?board=16.0 Forums]
 
*[http://www.x10community.com/forums/index.php?board=16.0 Forums]
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==Specifications== 
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;Weight:  2.1 lbs. 
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;FCC ID:  B4SVT38A 
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;Power Supply:  120VAC @ 60Hz 
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;Lamp Holders: 150W each.
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;Quiescent Current Draw: 6 Watts
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;Imager: CMOS sensor.
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;Format: 1/3 inch.
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;Array Size NTSC: 510 X 492.
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;Resolution: 310 TV Lines.
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;Scanning: 2:1 Interlace.
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;Auto Shutter: 1/60 to 1/15,000 sec.
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;Operating Temperature: -4 deg F. to +122 deg. F.
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;Humidity Limits: 0 - 95%.
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;Field of View: camera 60 deg., motion sensor 90 deg.
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;Motion detection range: 20 ft. at 6 ft. height.
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;Additional Data:  Does not have a microphone.
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==Questions==
 
==Questions==
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[[Using Your Camera as a Web Cam|How do I connect my camera to my computer?]]
 
[[Using Your Camera as a Web Cam|How do I connect my camera to my computer?]]
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==Related Products==
 
==Related Products==
[[Wired Cameras]]
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[[Wireless Cameras]]
  
 
[[Boom/Boom2000]]
 
[[Boom/Boom2000]]
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Revision as of 22:27, 9 May 2014

VT38A: FloodCam

180x180 floodcam.gif
Vt38a.jpg


Product Pages


Specifications

Weight
2.1 lbs.
FCC ID
B4SVT38A
Power Supply
120VAC @ 60Hz
Lamp Holders
150W each.
Quiescent Current Draw
6 Watts
Imager
CMOS sensor.
Format
1/3 inch.
Array Size NTSC
510 X 492.
Resolution
310 TV Lines.
Scanning
2:1 Interlace.
Auto Shutter
1/60 to 1/15,000 sec.
Operating Temperature
-4 deg F. to +122 deg. F.
Humidity Limits
0 - 95%.
Field of View
camera 60 deg., motion sensor 90 deg.
Motion detection range
20 ft. at 6 ft. height.
Additional Data
Does not have a microphone.


Questions

My Floodcam directions show that the lamp holders have white/black wires, but they have blue/brown wires. What do I do?

Why can't I switch between my cameras?

I can't turn off the lights on my FloodCam. What should I do?

How do I program my VCR Commander with a FloodCam?

Does the FloodCam have a microphone?

Why can't I get the FloodCam's picture on my TV?

What is the power consumption of the FloodCam?

How do you focus the camera?

What is the maximum distance I can send the camera's signal?

Can other devices that operate at 2.4GHz, such as a cordless phone, interfere with the Camera's signal?

Why is the picture from my camera fuzzy?

I think my wireless network is causing interference. How can I change the channel that my wireless router transmits on?

Why are the pictures from my cameras overlapping?

When I try to switch cameras, why do both cameras stay on?

Can the FloodCam send audio?

How much power does the FloodCam use?

Why does my FloodCam come on by itself?

Can I use my camera as a web cam?

How do I connect my camera to my computer?


Related Products

Wireless Cameras

Boom/Boom2000

iWitness

WebView