Redvision’s all-new analogue X-SERIES™ rugged dome uses Sony’s next-generation 2MP STARVIS sensor. It directly replaces the previous RVX30™ analogue model and will be available to order under the same model number. Many security-integrators consider Redvision’s X-SERIES™ to be the industry benchmark rugged dome camera. With several analogue components being phased out by suppliers they were under pressure to use a low-end camera solution in the RVX30™ to maintain supply. Instead of compromising, Redvision collaborated with Sony to use their STARVIS camera block which is widely regarded as the best performing block on the market.
Installers will be impressed with the performance of the new RVX30™. It has exceptional low-light capability at 0.01 Lux in colour and 0.0015 Lux at night in mono with an illumination distance of 150m using Infra-Red and 120m with white light. The RVX30™ series has 100 programmable pre-sets, 8 tours, 24 programmable privacy zones and multiple alarm options. Advanced pre-set and tour technology ensures the camera reaches pre-set positions correctly focused with ideal light settings following an alarm or during a tour. The RVX30™ has an operating temperature range of -25º up to +60ºC. Mount options include pedestal, swan, wall and pendant to suit all applications.
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People and vehicle access control specialists Nortech are now offering Nedap’s ANPR Lumo - an advanced licence plate camera for vehicle access control. The ANPR Lumo is an all-in-one licence plate camera including embedded software, an analyser and IR illuminator. With a range of action of 2 to 10 metres this advanced camera ensures a smooth recognition of vehicles.
Typical applications include vehicle access control, automatic toll collection, free-flow applications at parking facilities or any other situation where it isn’t desirable to issue RFID tags. If vehicles need to be granted access temporarily or incidentally this licence plate camera is the perfect solution. Standalone - The ANPR Lumo offers built-in vehicle access control features. The option to configure time-based access control lists (white list, black list, ignore list, etc.) in the web-based software enable the camera to be used as a standalone solution.
High accuracy – The deep learning algorithms enable a high accuracy with common licence plate formats, like Europe as well as regions with non-standardised licence plate formats such as the USA and Pacific. In addition, the ANPR Lumo is able to recognise ADR Hazard Identification Numbers (HIN), also known as Kemler Codes, which are used for transporting dangerous goods by road. Libraries - The ANPR Lumo covers a broad list of countries supporting a large range of IR-reflective licence plates. User-friendly configuration - The web-based software enables easy configuration of the ANPR Lumo. It allows for configuration of the output messages for RS485, Wiegand or Ethernet. In addition, digital I/O, region of interest and network settings can also be defined.
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AMG, the ISO 9001:2015 approved UK manufacturer and global provider of environmentally robust fibre, analogue, IP/Ethernet, wireless and hybrid communication transmission solutions, has launched the new AMG9HMEC Mini media converter for security and transport applications. Compact and lightweight, the new AMG9HMEC Mini media converter, which is available as a PCB only or PCB within a robust enclosure, provides a 100Mbps or Gigabit Ethernet copper interface, non-PoE or PoE+ and optional ‘Far End Failure’ support. It also provides an uplink across fibre via a Dual Speed SFP port to offer a hardened, cost-effective way of converting IP signals for transmission over long distances.
Ideal for installation in confined spaces, such as within camera poles, street cabinets and vehicle bodies, the small form factor Mini media converter, which can operate in temperatures ranging from -40°C to +75°C, delivers reliability and consistent performance for a wide range of challenging installation environments. According to AMG, their new small form factor Mini media device has been designed to deliver the highest performance and is ideal for connecting field-based equipment, such as IP video surveillance cameras and industrial controllers, to Ethernet networks. Suitable for long distance transmission using single mode and multimode, single or dual fibre options up to 120Kms, connectivity is determined by separate SFP device selection, providing excellent application and site flexibility.
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Over a year ago EET Europarts were proud to release a range of emergency lighting options under the SiCurio brand. Included in the range was a comprehensive offering of standalone LED exit signs, all of which had their own internal battery. These units are ideal for smaller applications like small factory assembly lines, smaller shops and canteens. To speed up the installation process on larger projects SiCurio has released a centralised emergency lighting unit (CEL). Here the battery is located in a panel that makes both servicing and the installation quicker and more cost-effective. Typical applications for the CEL include shopping centres, hotels, schools and colleges.
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With our easy to follow cable guide you can say ‘goodbye’ to incorrect cable selection. Located on the EET Europarts website - just one click from the home page – you’ll find the easiest cable selectors you are likely to stumble across. A simple three step procedure – cable type, end A and end B will lead you to a comprehensive listing of cables to meet your criteria.
With 18 cable types to choose from the cable guide covers everything from Antenna to Video - including Audio, CCTV, Fibre, Network and USB.
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