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5mp Hikvision Hilook Colorvu IP Poe Turret White IPC-T259H-MU 2.8mm

5mp Hikvision Hilook Colorvu IP Poe Turret White IPC-T259H-MU 2.8mm

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Regular price £ 74.99 GBP
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Product Key Features

• High quality imaging with 5 MP resolution

• Excellent low-light performance

• Efficient H.265+ compression technology

• Water and dust resistant (IP67)

• 24/7 colorful imaging

  • Includes built in mic

Model:  IPC-T259H2.8mm
Part Number:  IPC-T259H(2.8mm)
Camera Resolution:  5MP
Camera Colour:  White
Camera Shape:  Turret
Camera Lens Width:  2.8mm
Night Vision Feature:  ColorVu
White Light Distance:  30m
Camera Power Source:  PoE




  • 3 Year Warranty on this item
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Delivery Information:

DPD Next Day Delivery - Free Next Working Day Delivery - Purchases over £150(Mon - Fri) order before 3pm* purchases under £150 attract a £7.99 delivery fee.

*Please note: We cannot guarantee next day delivery or Saturday delivery due to the nature of couriers and possible delays. All items will be dispatched the same working day if ordered before 3pm.

Return Policy

Bristol Communications and Electrical ltd accept returns on all items within 14 days. If there is no fault with the product, the buyer must pay the return postage costs, of which are non-refundable. All return requests must be made in writing.

If we deem the items returned to be in an unsatisfactory condition we reserve the right to charge up to 40% of the final selling price. This cost will be decided upon receipt of goods. Within this percentage will be the costs to repair/refurbish/repackage items.

Items that are being returned due to buyer error will be refunded MINUS postage costs. Postage costs are set within many of our overall prices, postage costs will be deducted from final refund amounts.

If there was an error on our side, for example incorrect or damaged items we will except all responsibility for postage costs and a full refund will be given.

Please note: You have the right to cancel within 14 days of delivery, if this deadline has passed we will not accept the return request.

Trade Pricing

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We only provide UK Hikvision products so you get full firmware updates and reliable kit.

Hikvision FAQs


Where are your products sourced?

We source all of our kit from Hikvision UK, this means there is a standard 3 year warranty and all firmware can be updated direct from the Hikvision UK and Ireland website. We do not sell grey market imports. These are usually around 20% cheaper than official products and can be very troublesome, often with english flashed firmware making it impossible to support if something goes wrong.

What is acusense?

Here at BCE Direct we love the acusense feature, which is now available on most NVR, DVR or IP Cameras. This is where you can distinguish between a human, vehicle or animal. It's a built in algorithm that can detect the difference between the above and eliminate false notifications. The feature is so good it can exclude leaves birds or rain.

Darkfighter, Colorvu, Hybrid? What are their differences?

Colorvu in it's simplest form provides full colour throughout the night, these cameras use a small led on the front of the camera to illuminate an area that you are recording and provide full colour sharp images even in complete darkness. Darkfighter are black and white at night cameras and colour through the day but provide some of the clearest crisp images due to it's standard infrared light. Hybrid is a mix of the above, these relatively new cameras are more like a pir floodlight, where they use the acusense feature to identify humans or vehicles and turn the led lights on during the night, so infared (black and white) at night then full colour if something is detected.

Difference between NVR and DVR?

When it comes to video surveillance systems, one of the most important decisions you'll need to make is whether to choose a network video recorder (NVR) or a digital video recorder (DVR). While both options serve the same purpose of recording and storing surveillance footage, there are several key differences to consider when making your decision.

First, let's take a closer look at each option.

What is an NVR?

An NVR is a video recorder that records and stores footage from network cameras. It connects to the cameras via an IP network, allowing for high-quality video streaming and advanced features such as remote viewing and motion detection. The NVR records video footage directly onto a hard drive, with the option to add more storage space as needed.

What is a DVR?

A DVR, on the other hand, records and stores footage from analog cameras. It connects to the cameras via coaxial cables and records the video onto a hard drive. While traditional DVRs are limited to analog cameras, some modern DVRs can also work with IP cameras through the use of video encoders.

So, what are the key differences between NVRs and DVRs?

  1. Camera Compatibility

As mentioned above, NVRs work exclusively with IP cameras, while DVRs work with analog cameras. This means that if you already have an existing analog camera system, you will need to stick with a DVR. However, if you're starting from scratch or planning to upgrade your camera system, an NVR may be a better option due to its ability to work with high-resolution IP cameras.

  1. Video Quality

NVRs generally offer higher video quality than DVRs, as they are designed to work with IP cameras that can provide HD or even 4K resolution. DVRs, on the other hand, are limited to the resolution capabilities of analog cameras, which are typically lower than IP cameras.

  1. Remote Access

NVRs offer more advanced remote viewing capabilities than DVRs, as they are designed to be accessed remotely via an internet connection. This allows you to view live and recorded footage from anywhere with an internet connection, using a computer, smartphone, or tablet. While some DVRs do offer remote viewing capabilities, they are often limited in their functionality and require more setup.

  1. Cost

DVRs are generally less expensive than NVRs, due to their lower resolution capabilities and simpler technology. However, as the price of IP cameras continues to drop, the price difference between NVRs and DVRs is becoming less significant.

In conclusion, the choice between NVRs and DVRs largely depends on your specific needs and budget. If you're starting from scratch or upgrading your camera system, an NVR may be a better option due to its advanced features and compatibility with high-resolution IP cameras. However, if you already have an analog camera system, a DVR may be a more cost-effective solution. Whatever your choice, make sure to choose a reputable brand with a proven track record of quality and reliability.

What warranty do you provide?

We provide a standard 1 year warranty on all Hikvision kit but a 3 year warranty can be provided when registered with Hikvision.

What size hard drive do I need?

View our simple hard drive calculator to determine what size you need for your requirements.