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Redvision’s X-Series PTZ dome cameras and the VEGA camera housings now have a polycarbonate camera window option. The PTZ and housing are both designed for outdoor surveillance applications, the British makers say.
Stephen Lightfoot, Technical Director of Redvision said: “Low-light performance is not compromised, and the new polycarbonate window is optically correct, like our standard, toughened glass window. The RV30 X-Series still delivers a sensitivity of 0.35Lux in day/night mode, reducing to 0.05Lux at night with IR illumination switched on. Our tests also found that the 2MP, 1080p X-Series model, with IR and white light illumination switched on, provides effective images at up to 120 metres, with operators successfully identifying people at up to 40 metres.
“Our Tru-park, silicon wiper removes dirt and water from the PTZ and camera housing’s windows. The windows are scratch-resistant and withstand pro-longed ‘dry’ use with no ill-effects, as well as supporting the existing washer option.”
The X-Series PTZ cameras and VEGA fixed housings are made from die-cast aluminium with an IP67 weather-proof and IK10 impact-rating. The X-Series comes with a powder-coating in black (RAL 9005) or light grey (RAL 7035). The VEGA is marine plated before being finished in the light grey. Options for any RAL colour, marine and ultra-marine finishes for coastal and corrosive applications are all available at extra cost. Visit redvisioncctv.com.