Redvision’s new X2-COMBAT™ ball PTZ camera blends rugged good looks with smart performance.

Redvision has launched the exceptional, new X2-COMBAT™ rugged, ball PTZ camera. Although designed for the toughest, outdoor, surveillance applications, the X2-COMBAT™ also boasts market-leading features and performance.

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The X2-COMBAT™ has a die-cast aluminum body which is first anodised, then powder coated to make it both resistant to vandalism and environmentally tough. It has a long-life, silicon wiper as part of the standard build and options for super-efficient, white-light and IR LED illumination. It includes a handy 4” PCD mount with M8 holes to fit to towers and it comes with a complete range of cable managed mounts and brackets, which are first zinc plated and then powder coated for toughness.

Installers will also be impressed by the X2-COMBAT’s™ performance. It has a 3MP, 30x zoom camera module with exceptional low-light capability. Four video streams for recording, visualization, set-up and servicing; H265, H264 and MJPEG compression; optional 128GB SD card-based edge storage; ONVIF compliance to profile S, G and Q; 400 pre-sets, 12 tours, 12 scans, 6 tracks and 8 privacy masks; and alarms, motion detection, intelligent analytics and tracking are all part of its impressive specification.

Will Hucker, General Manager at Redvision, explains, “The X2-COMBAT™ is the next generation of our market-leading X-Series™. It is just as tough, with a 7-year MTBF. It brings new levels of performance, such as IR detection distances in DORI tests now exceeding 300m at night. A combination of careful design engineering and increased production volumes have improved productivity and helped us deliver a higher specification product at a lower price. Installation and routine servicing times have also benefited, saving our customers time on site.”

The X2-COMBAT™ and its mounts are available in light grey (RAL 7035) or black (RAL 9005) powder-coat paint as standard, or they can be ordered in any bespoke colour from the RAL range. Its operating temperature range is -40°C to 60°C.

Redvision cameras are used extensively in tough applications, from public space, commercial and industrial sites to marine and the MOD.

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