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Integrated Camera Systems - Pelco - Facility Management Product Release
Camclosure IS integrated camera systems feature five enclosure designs, including Day/Night Wide Dynamic Range, Day/Night High Resolution, Wide Dynamic Range, High-Resolution Color or a Standard Resolution Color camera. The system integrates the camera, lens, enclosure and mounting system into a single, pre-assembled compact unit. Each model comes standard with Active UTP, coaxial video output, and a service jack for added installation ease and flexibility. Features for some models include low-temperature operation to –50 degrees F, smoked or clear dome, DSS lowlight technology, fixed focal lenses between 2.9 and 12 mm., and 3-9 mm varifocal lens with auto iris. All color cameras feature digital signal processing.
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