Order Redvision’s all-new, high-performance, analogue X-SERIES™ rugged dome from November.

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 from November.

“Many security-integrators consider Redvision’s X-SERIES™ to be the industry benchmark, rugged dome camera,” explained Paul Hucker, Director of Redvision. “With several analogue components being phased out by suppliers, we were under pressure to use a low-end camera solution in the RVX30™ to maintain supply. Instead of compromising, we collaborated with Sony to use their STARVIS camera block; widely regarded as the best performing block on the market. Although this left us with a gap in supply, we felt it was a better option than compromising the quality of our brand.

“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.

“Like all X-SERIES™ cameras, it can be configured as a dome or PTZ using its removable cover, depending on bracket selection. An optically correct, flat window protects the camera, without compromising image quality. An optional, silicone, long-life wiper removes rain and surface water, for optimal visibility in outdoor and challenging conditions.”

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. The camera is marine plated before being finished in light grey or black as standard, or to order in any RAL colour.

The X-SERIES™ is successfully used in many applications including public space, local authority, hazardous, marine, defence, high security, town centre and rapid deployment systems.

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