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Camera Enclosure - Pelco - Facility Management Product Release
Pixim Incorporated's Digital Pixel System (DPS) technology is integrated into Pelco's new family of indoor and outdoor Camclosure security cameras.
The IS90 series for indoor applications has two enclosures that can be mounted directly to, or recessed into, a ceiling or wall, with a three-axis positioning system capable of 360 degrees of tilt and rotation. The mini-dome series for outdoor installations includes the IS110 surface mount enclosure with pendant adapter option, and the IS150 suspended or recessed ceiling mount enclosure for medium-security applications that are subject to vandalism.
The DPS image sensor converts light to a digital signal at each pixel, enabling each pixel to have independent, optimized exposure times to deliver the highest image quality and color accuracy.
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