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Seon's outdoor camera offers versatility, durability

Posted on October 5, 2011

Seon Design Inc.'s premium 650 TVL resolution outdoor camera offers versatility and durability in an IP67-rated housing. The CA Wedge camera conquers rain and high-power pressure washing, thanks to an envelope designed to withstand extreme weather and prevent condensation.

With an imager that can rotate 350 degrees, mount the CA Wedge at any angle and end up with a horizontal picture — the camera is fully adjustable to increase the range of viewing angles. The camera supports lenses from 2.9 to 3.6 mm for wide-angle door-entry applications and 16 to 25 mm lenses for identifying stop-arm violation vehicles.

The CA Wedge provides color imaging in normal lighting and automatically switches to black and white in low-lighting conditions. Models with the optional infrared illumination deliver clear images up to 40 feet away in complete darkness.

Benefits include a high-resolution 650 TVL day/night sensor for sharp images day and night; variety of lens' — 2.9, 3.6, 6.0, 16.0, and 25.0 mm — for wide-angle to telephoto coverage; anti-glare protection and scratch-resistant window; rugged, weatherproof metal housing to increase vandal-resistance for external vehicle surveillance applications; optional infrared illumination with adjustable intensity for improved night vision; local video-out for quick setup and viewing of the camera; and 360-degree rotating gimbal to support vertical and angular mounting.

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