SAMCON Releases Explosion Proof HD Video Camera // Blast Proof CCTV Cameras for Hazardous Areas
SAMCON releases the ExCam IPQ1785, a n explosion proof video camera that delivers superb picture quality for process monitoring and surveillance technology (CCTV) in hazardous areas. The blast proof camera is approved for danger zones (dust and gas explosion risk zones) and is easy to set up and maintain.
The rugged camera was designed for indoor as well as outdoor use and is equipped with an extremely robust housing. It is, however, smaller than most of the other cameras used for explosive atmospheres. Thanks to its stainless steel housing, it is predestined for use in the chemical industry, offshore and onshore plants of the oil and gas industry and in the mechanical engineering sector. The camera extends the system landscape of the ExCam series of SAMCON and can be integrated seamlessly into existing networks.
“For many years SAMCON has served customers wishing to operate CCTV cameras in areas with explosion risks. Particularly in the fields of chemical, oil & gas, and mechanical engineering, adjustments to the cameras or networks for the local conditions is a demand. In recent years we have gained a great deal of knowledge and created numerous solutions customized to customers. Meanwhile, we offer the complete range of solutions for areas with explosion risks. From IP cameras to explosion protected converters and explosion proof cables. To make commercial cameras explosion protected for example, we will make changes to the wiring and enclose them with a special blast proof housing. Our cameras are modified and approved according to the EU Directive 2014/34/EU (ATEX) for areas with gas and dust explosion risk zones as well as mining applications,” according to Steffen Seibert, Managing Director of SAMCON.
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Meanwhile, SAMCON offers the complete solution range for hazardous areas cameras – from simple IP cameras to PTZ and dome cameras with wiper option. See https://www.samcon.eu/en/