Redvision showcases the practical, ergonomic, design of its VEGA™ 2010 rugged camera housing.

Redvision has released an image of its new, VEGA™ 2010, rugged camera, housing, with its cover ghosted away. It clearly shows installers how their preferred camera and lens combinations can fit neatly inside.

Stephen Lightfoot, technical director at Redvision explains, “The VEGA™ 2010, rugged, camera housing has room for cameras and lenses up to 290mm long. The Tru-park, silicon wiper, which removes dirt and water from the housing’s camera window, is shown at the front to the housing and concealed neatly behind the front bezel when not in use.

“The PoE-driven, CHAT™ interface board is mounted beside the camera. This distributes power to the camera, wiper, washer and built-in heater, as well as providing the connection and interface for Ethernet and audio communications. The wiper’s gearing mechanism sits behind the camera and the drive mechanism runs alongside the camera to the front. All cabling is managed inside its built-in, wall or pedestal mounting bracket and integrated junction box.

The VEGA™ is made from tough, die-cast aluminum, which is both IP67 weather-proof and IK10 impact-rated. It is finished with a marine-grade plating, followed by a durable powder-coating. Although the standard colour is light grey (RAL 7035), it can be finished is any RAL colour, as required.

The VEGA™ 2010 is one of the most compact, tough and well-designed, fixed rugged, camera housings in the security industry.

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