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Analogue X-SERIES rugged PTZ dome cameras continue to be produced by Redvision


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Redvision has confirmed that it is still making its highly successful, analogue, X-SERIES, rugged PTZ dome camera. What’s more, the camera now uses Sony’s next-generation, 2MP, STARVIS sensor, improving its performance still further and enhancing Redvision’s reputation as the industry-benchmark in rugged CCTV cameras.

Will Hucker, General Manager of Redvision, said, “Installers will be pleased to know that our analogue X-SERIES cameras are still in production and available to order. However, we have phased in the Sony STARVIS camera block to deliver even better performance. Its low-light capability is now an exceptional, 0.0015 Lux at night and its Infra-Red illumination distance is 150m, or 120m using white light.

“The X-SERIES camera can be configured as a dome or PTZ using a removable cover. The camera has an optically correct, flat window to protect the camera block and has an optional, silicone, long-life wiper to remove rain and dirt. This ensures optimal visibility outside, all year round, come rain or shine.”

The RVX30 series has 100 programmable pre-sets, 8 tours, 24 programmable privacy zones and multiple alarm options. Advanced pre-set and tour technologies ensure the camera reaches pre-set positions correctly focused, with ideal light settings, following an alarm or during a tour.

The RVX30 has an operating temperature range of -25º up to +60ºC. Mount options include pedestal, swan, wall and pendant, to suit all applications. The cameras are anodised before being finished in light grey or black powder-coat paint for exceptional toughness. They can also be ordered in any matt or gloss RAL colour as a cost-option.

The X-SERIES is successfully used in many applications including public space, local authority, hazardous, marine, defence, high security, town centre and rapid deployment systems.

Contact Redvision on 01420 448 448 or visit for more information.

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