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The new VEGA 2052 from Redvision is a rugged, outdoor camera. It is made from die-cast aluminum and finished with a marine-grade plating, followed by a durable powder-coating. It is cable-managed, with all cabling routed through the housing and inside its wall or pedestal mounting brackets. No junction box is required, as connections are made within the housing using cable terminals. This not only gives the VEGA 2052 an IP67 weather-proof and IK10 impact rating with vandal-resistance, but also makes it quick and simple to install, the makers add.
The 2052 camera has taken the company’s VEGA 2010 camera housing and added a 2MP, camera module with a Sony Exmor low light sensor. The product comes in a light grey (RAL 7035), as standard, but can be ordered in any other RAL colour, including black, as shown.
Stephen Lightfoot, technical director at Redvision, says: “The VEGA 2052 is one of the toughest and most durable, rugged cameras in the security industry. Compare the VEGA 2052 with any outdoor bullet camera and it is immediately obvious that it is built to last. Most bullet cameras would, in fact, be installed with a separate junction box, not shown in the picture, which can look messy and exposes cabling to malicious attacks. The VEGA 2052 is one of the toughest, fixed cameras in the security industry.”