Pelco ExSite Enhanced Explosion-Proof Cameras
The PTZ cameras were engineered with explosion-proof ultra-rugged housings to meet the needs of the most hazardous locations.
Pelco by Schneider Electric, a provider of surveillance and security products and technologies, releases the ExSite Enhanced Explosion-Proof cameras. The company says the PTZ cameras were engineered with explosion-proof ultra-rugged housings to meet the needs of the most hazardous locations.
The cameras imaging performance attributes include a PTZ speed of up to 200 degrees per second with .05 degree accuracy; 30 times optical zoom with image stabilization; the ability to operate through extreme temperatures; IR illumination; and integrated Ethernet, fiber, Ethernet over Coax and Unshielded Twisted Pair transmission.
ExSite Enhanced Explosion-Proof cameras also feature Pelco’s exclusive SureVision 3.0 technology to capture superior images in difficult lighting conditions where highly contrasted lighting sources exist within the same scene.
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“The industry has never seen a high performance video surveillance solution engineered like this,” said Diane Feliciano, VP, Global Marketing, Pelco by Schneider Electric. “Pelco’s ExSite Enhanced Explosion-Proof Cameras deliver high performance and functionality in a virtually indestructible housing that is built to eliminate the possibility of electrical discharge.”
The imaging performance attributes of ExSite Enhanced Explosion-Proof Cameras are equally impressive, including: the industry’s fastest PTZ speed of up to 200°/sec with 0.05° accuracy; a 30X optical zoom with image stabilization to provide extended range with high detail; the ability to operate in extreme temperatures; IR illumination; and integrated Ethernet, fiber, Ethernet over Coax (EoC) and Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) transmission.
ExSite Enhanced Explosion-Proof Cameras also feature Pelco’s exclusive SureVision™ 3.0 technology to capture superior images in difficult lighting conditions where highly contrasted lighting sources exist within the same scene. An enhanced WDR of 130 dB, advanced low light performance with full color down to 0.05 lux, anti-bloom technology, 3D noise filtering, enhanced tone mapping for color accuracy, and more ensure excellent performance for myriad mainstream applications.
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