Safety Vision focuses on day/night mobile-rated color video camera – February 2009

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Safety Vision says its SV-830 day/night mobile-rated color video camera pairs high-intensity infrared (IR) illuminators with high-quality audio to accurately capture the mobile scene. Recordings made by the small device yield an objective “eyes and ears” account that may serve as irrefutable court-admissible evidence, according to the company.

The SV-830 is available in dome and wedge enclosures and is suitable for interior and exterior mounting. Available in standard and high-resolution versions, the camera also offers four selectable lens focal lengths, from wide to narrow angles; according to the company, this feature affords comprehensive coverage and precise viewing configurable to individual customers’ different operational needs and diverse mobile environments.

The dome camera model features a light-emitting diode (LED) that flashes to indicate unit activation; the wedge camera has an Ingress Protection (IP) rating of IP65, which Safety Vision says denotes superior protection against environmental factors such as dust and water. All models feature pan and tilt capabilities and hardware that securely locks all movements, according to the company.

The SV-830 camera is designed to withstand harsh environmental and operating conditions and to be compatible with both NTSC (National Television System Committee) and PAL (Phase Alternating Line) video transmission standards, making it suitable for virtually any mobile surveillance recording application in the Americas and abroad.

Safety Vision says the camera also features durable construction, reliable performance, a compact footprint, flexible mounting and simple installation. Designed with adaptability, interoperability and backward compatibility in mind, the SV-830 works in multiple configurations and integrates smoothly with previously installed mobile video system components.

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