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Redvision launches the ground-breaking, VEGA™ 2010, rugged housing range.

Redvision launches the ground-breaking, VEGA™ 2010, rugged housing range.

Redvision has launched the Redvision VEGA™ 2010, rugged camera housing for tough, hazardous or corrosive, outdoor surveillance applications. The VEGA™ 2010 will house fixed camera and lens combinations, up to 290mm in length, offering protection from dirt, moisture and dust ingress. It is cable-managed, with a built-in junction box, making it simple to install and vandal-resistant. It is also symmetrical, so it can be pendent or pedestal mounted, to ceilings, walls and soffits.  Paul Hucker, director at Redvision, explains, “The VEGA™ 2010 housing is like a fixed camera version of our well-established, VOLANT and X-SERIES rugged, PTZ cameras. It includes identical features, like an optically-correct, toughened glass, camera window; a wiper to remove dirt and moisture; and rugged, die-cast aluminum... Read More
Redvision makes A and E specifications available for its X-SERIES and VOLANT cameras.

Redvision makes A and E specifications available for its X-SERIES and VOLANT cameras.

Redvision has made Architectural and Engineering (A and E) specifications available for its X-SERIES and VOLANT, rugged PTZ cameras. Aimed at consultants, specifiers and engineers, the A and E specs cover both IP and analogue camera versions, highlighting many of their unique features.Stephen Lightfoot, technical director at Redvision, explains, “All Redvision VOLANT™ and VEGA™ cameras are popular with architects, specifiers and end users. They are successfully used in many outdoor and public space applications, from town centres, utilities and universities, to ports, prisons, industrial buildings and MoD sites."The A and E specs emphasise many of the unique features of our products and can be requested via our website, here.“All our rugged PTZs are made from durable, die-cast aluminum with a... Read More
Redvision makes Stephen Lightfoot Technical Director.

Redvision makes Stephen Lightfoot Technical Director.

Redvision has promoted Stephen Lightfoot to the position of Technical Director. The appointment is a result of Redvision’s continued growth in UK and international markets and successful expansion of its IP and analogue product ranges. Paul Hucker, Redvision director, said, “Stephen’s responsibilities include managing the technical team and supporting the company’s IP and analogue, X-SERIES™ and VOLANT™ rugged PTZ cameras, RedCop™ rapid deployment, CCTV towers and VEGA™ rugged housings. Stephen is a proven IP and network specialist who brings innovative ideas and relevant, high-level experience to the company. “Stephen joined Redvision in August 2016. He has made a huge contribution to product management; the development of new products; and the management of the VMS and analytics integration roadmap. He has... Read More
The ground-breaking VOLANT™, rugged, PTZ camera continues Redvision’s tough reputation.

The ground-breaking VOLANT™, rugged, PTZ camera continues Redvision’s tough reputation.

Redvision has launched IP and analogue, VOLANT™ rugged domes. The VOLANT™ is by far the fastest, quietest and most accurate, rugged, PTZ camera available in today’s security industry. Stephen Lightfoot, technical director at Redvision, explains, “The VOLANT™ draws on Redvision’s extensive experience of building cameras for tough, hazardous and corrosive, outdoor surveillance applications. We took features from our acclaimed X-SERIES™ PTZ, which we consider critical for rugged applications. We have a die-cast, aluminium body and flat, optically-correct, toughened glass camera window with silicon wiper, for outdoor use. We have also developed a unique, encoder interface, so the VOLANT™ and X-SERIES™ work seamlessly on the same control platforms, with an identical, Redvision web interface. “Redvision has used the Sony STARVIS 30x... Read More
Redvision launches the VOLANT™ rugged PTZ camera at IFSEC 2017.

Redvision launches the VOLANT™ rugged PTZ camera at IFSEC 2017.

Redvision will formally launch the VOLANT™ rugged PTZ camera at IFSEC 2017, stand D1150. The VOLANT™ is the fastest, quietest and most accurate PTZ camera in the industry and will be exhibited alongside the new VEGA™ rugged camera enclosure. Redvision will also be showcasing the company’s well-established, X-SERIES™ rugged PTZ dome cameras.Redvision’s VOLANT™ incorporates many of the design features of its successful X-SERIES™. It has a durable, die-cast aluminium body for rugged, outdoor operation; a flat, optically-correct, toughened glass camera window with wiper to remove dirt and water; and a camera design allowing viewing vertically downwards when mounted on a pole or column. It is IP68 weather-proof rated; IK10 shock and vandal resistance rated; and passes IEC vibration, shock and... Read More
Adam Bannister of IFSEC Global attends the VOLANT's London launch.

Adam Bannister of IFSEC Global attends the VOLANT's London launch.

Redvision gave its customers and industry professionals a sneak preview of its latest innovations with the help of a top magician Nick Einhorn last night.Redvision gave its customers and industry professionals a sneak preview of its latest innovations with the help of a top magician last night.The UK-based manufacturer of high-end video surveillance cameras unveiled the Volant, a PTZ camera that Redvision says moves faster, more accurately and more quietly than anything else on the market. It also gave invited guests a first look at Vega, its customisable camera housing.Both ranges will be launched officially at IFSEC International 2017 between 20-22 June.Read more... Read More