Minrray UV820

Minrray UV820


Minrray UV820

  • 1920×1080
  • 62 degree field of view
  • 18X Optical Zoom
  • High Speed CMOS Sensor

Product Description

Minrray UV820

MINRRAY UV820 Technical Specifications


Minrray High Definition Video Conference Camera

Minrray UV820  Video Conferencing HD PTZ Pan Tilt Zoom Camera from Minrray. With 18X Optical zoom and a wide 62º field of view for high quality video conferencing.

Key Features
●Real Full HD high quality Image

The UV820 employs a 1/2.8 type, 2.1 million effective pixels, high quality HD CMOS sensor achieving 1920 x 1080 super high quality video images. Frame rate up to 60/50 frame/sec, providing super smooth video, makes full high definition come true.
●18x optical zoom

The UV820 has a maximum zoom ratio of 18x optical zoom. High performance lens with fast and stable auto focus capability.

●Wide-range, Quiet and Quick Pan/Tilt Mechanism
By adopting step driving motor mechanism, the UV820 camera is extremely quiet and moves smoothly and very quickly to designated position, also covers a wide shooting range.

● Full HD Video Outputs
The UV820 interface, supporting 1080P60/50/30/25, 1080I60/50, 720P60/50/30/25, format HD video for meeting different needs of application.

●Support UVC protocol: You can control the camera via USB3.0 port

●Multiple control methods and control protocols (VISCA, Pelco-D/Pelco-P protocol)
All camera settings and pan/tilt/zoom control functions can be performed remotely at high communication speeds via the RS-232C interface.

●Multi-address settings
Use OSD menu or VISCA serial command to set the local address.

●128 presets position
Up to 128 preset values for pan/tilt/zoom. (Remote controller set 10 presets)  The camera can retain these presets even when switched off.

●Multi-function remoter 
Users are able to control the pan/tilt/zoom and other settings of camera via remote controller, easy to operate.

●Optional upside down installation
Structurally, the UV820 support upside down installation. Also the installation mode can be changed via OSD menu or serial port command.

●OSD menu
Chinese/English OSD menu can be easily controlled via remote controller or control port.


Video conference systems; Telemedicine; Tele-education and so on


USB 3.0 UV820 Camera Dimensions

USB 3.0 UV820 Camera Dimensions

Dual DVI & USB 3.0

MINRRAY DVI and USB 3.0With Dual DVI-I and USB 3.0 video output you can stream to the cloud via USB and any hardware based video conferencing codec. This is great for dual purpose H.323 and USB cloud based video conferencing.  

Camera Specifications

USB 3.0 overviewUSB 3.0 is up to 10X faster! Learn more about why to choose a USB 3.0 Video Conferencing camera over a USB 2.0 camera. USB 3.0 will quickly replace USB 2.0 for HD High Definition frame rates and optical zoom responsiveness.

Camera Compatibility

MINRRAY UV820 camera CompatibilityWhy USB? Because USB is a interoperable connection point for PC’s, Mac’s and Linux computers hosting online meeting software. Our list of online meetings software that is compatible is here.


PTZ USB Bundles

MINRRAY UV820 BundlesOur Pan Tilt Zoom USB Camera bundles include everything you need for a Cloud Based Online Meeting room system. With our Intel NUC “Soft Codecs” you have more than enough power to run any cloud software.

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Technical Specifications

technical SpecsReview the complete list of UV820 USB 3.0 technical specifications available here. 


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FAQs for Minrray UV820

Q: Image width appears to be compressed (distorted aspect ratio) on the HaddleCam HD 18x demo video. Is this typical of this unit?
— Asked by Gerry King on May 1, 2014
A: The intro video was recorded in 1080p and the USB connection was recorded in 720p using Zoom.US. The camera is definitely capable of 1080p 60fps.
— paul0017

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