Spartan Non-Wireless Camera-Blackout

Model Number: SR2-BK

Model: SR2-BK

This Spartan Non-wireless Blackout camera combines rugged design with high quality images without being connected to a cellular network.



*No 12V/direct solar panel support
*Not compatible with Spartan Solar Panel Kit.

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  • x1 Spartan Camera SR2-BK

The Spartan SR2 camera combines a rugged design with high-quality images. Design features such as a large rubber sealing gasket and flush sealing surfaces provide for a high level of water resistance. A double-hinged latch gives ample sealing pressure while allowing single-handed operation. While being rugged on the outside, the SR2 also has all the features that make it a great trail camera on the inside, including 44 high output IR flash and an 8MP camera.

It also features an Overwrite function in which the camera will overwrite the oldest photo on the SD card with the most recent photo when the SD card is full. Multiple Duty Times with separate trigger intervals and time-Lapse intervals allow you to set the camera to work in two different periods with different trigger interval and time-lapse interval. 

Spartan Camera offers an industry-leading 2 years warranty on all cameras.




More Information
Night Illumination Blackout Flash
Compatability Spartan GoLive
Power Supply 4, 8 or 12 1.2 - 1.5v AA Batteries, Alkaline, Lithium, Ni-MH, 6 Volts External Power (optional)
SD Card Support Up to 32GB, Micro SD not supported
Dimensions 6 x 5 x 3.5 inches
Mounting Bottom Mounting Thread
Image Resolution (SD card) 3MP, 5MP, 8MP
Photo Burst 1, 2, 3
Video Resolution 640 x 480, 1280 x 960, 1-30 sec
Trigger Motion (PIR), Timer (Time Lapse)
Trigger Interval 0s - 60 min
Time Lapse Interval 30 - 60 seconds, 1 - 60 minutes, 1 - 8 hours
Display Screen 2.0" LCD
PIR Sensitivity Options High, Normal, Low, Off
Detection Range 80 Ft
Field of View 52°
Operation Humidity 5% - 90%
Operation Temperature -4° - +140° F (Operation), -22° - +158° F (Storage)
Warranty 2 Years
Can you see the IR blackout at night or can you see the camera at night when it starts filming.

The Infrared flash is blacked out and not visible at night. 

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