Extreme CCTV Provides Night Vision for Oregon, Washington Hospitals

BELLINGHAM, Wash. – Extreme CCTV announces its EX36N camera delivering active-infrared night vision for applications in behavioral health units, sleep research labs, and ER holding rooms in major Oregon and Washington hospitals. The EX36N camera produces active-infrared night vision, which is invisible to the human eye, so that patients sleeping in complete darkness can be observed on camera as if it were day, according to Extreme CCTV. The U.S.-patented camera incorporates no-grip design for safety and vandal resistance.

The projects were completed by Selectron, an Oregon-based firm specializing in consultation, design, installation and long-term service of integrated security management systems.


Extreme CCTV press release

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