This standalone high sensitivity audio microphone can be easily added onto any security camera and surveillance system to record audio. It doesn’t need to be located near any security camera however does require a 12v power source which can be shared between a security camera using a 2-way power splitter (not supplied). The RCA output port connects back to the surveillance DVR recorders audio input using a RCA phono cable. To fix the microphone to a ceiling or wall, simply peel off the adhesive backplate sticker and attach it to a flat, smooth surface.
Please note:Before installing any type of audio surveillance equipment, we recommend that you understand regulations and laws within your jurisdiction concerning audio surveillance to avoid any non-compliance.
Bosch Unidirectional Handheld Microphones
|Model Name/Number||LBC 2900/xx|
|Cable Length||7 m|
|Frequency Range||80 Hz to 12 kHz|
|Sensitivity||1.7 mV/Pa +- 3 dB|
|Rated Output Impedance||600 ohm|
|Dimensions||165 x 52.4 mm|
|Ambient Temperature||-10 deg C to +55 deg C|
- • The LBC 2900/xx is a uni-directional hand-held microphone intended for either hand-held or standmounted use.
- The microphone has excellent cardioid directivity, which reduces acoustic feed-back. The built-in on/off switch on the microphone body and the 3-pole lockable XLR plug at the base ensure that the microphone is easy to install and securely connected.
- Its modern design gives shielding against bursts (‘plops’).
- The LBC 2900/xx is ideal for use with Bosch mixing amplifiers, which are fitted with jack or XLR connectors for the input channels. Together, they provide affordable yet highly versatile public address solutions for shops, restaurants, leisure centres and other smaller applications.
ACM-66CH Ahuja Paging Microphone
|Frequency Response||50-15000 Hz|
HD CCTV Audio Microphone
|Voltage||Upto 12 V|
|Number of Pins||3|
|Application||Record CCTV sound|
Choosing a camera for your security camera system depends on whether you need an analog camera, HDCVI camera, or IP camera. Surveillance cameras with built-in microphones allow the easiest connection to a security video recorder. HDCVI cameras don't need a cable with an audio connector; the audio signal is combined with the video signal. You simply need a HD Siamese Cable or a roll of RG59 Coax. For IP cameras with audio, the audio/video/power signals are carried over one network cable. For analog cameras we recommend using our 50ft Audio Video Power Cables or 150ft Audio Video Power Cables that make camera cable installation simple since the cable contains connectors for audio, video, and DC power.
For cameras with optional external microphone inputs, you will need a microphone, a RCA coupler to attach the mic to the camera, and a 12VDC power supply to provide power to the mic next to the camera. For HDCVI and network IP cameras with external audio inputs, once the mic is connected to the camera, audio is combined with the video signal and sent over the cable back to the HDCVI DVR or NVR, respectively.