Green night vision

August 2010 Products

CBC (Europe)’s new Night Vision CCTV system now provides a fully-integrated infrared light into its popular, vandal-resistant C-AllView PTZ camera. Optimising the night-time operating efficiency of the system. Providing automatic IR scene illumination that follows the camera’s requirements, it combines low running costs without the need for extra bolt-on lighting of non-essential areas.

Night Vision also offers easy installation and long operating life. Night Vision’s green alternative ensures the camera’s demand for scene illumination is automatically matched to its required field of view.

Night Vision’s LED technology provides comparatively low running costs with a power consumption of only 10 W, says CBC’s sales and marketing manager, John Downie. The IR illumination has a maximum range of 50 m and is accompanied by an expected lamp life of up to 10 years – the camera’s integral LED illuminators have an efficiency of 80-90%, combined with their low operating temperatures, ensure this lifespan.

For more information contact CBC (Europe), +27 (0)83 780 4123, charding@cbc-sa.com, www.cbc-sa.com





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