Explosion-proof cameras for hazardous areas

Axis Communications' XF40-Q1765 Explosion Protected Fixed Network Camera and XP40-Q1765 Explosion Protected PTZ Network Camera feature a 316L stainless steel housing and are designed for hazardous areas.

10/04/2015


Axis Communications' XF40-Q1765 Explosion Protected Fixed Network Camera and XP40-Q1765 Explosion Protected PTZ Network Camera feature a 316L stainless steel housing and are designed for hazardous areas. Courtesy: Axis CommunicationsAxis Communications' XF40-Q1765 Explosion Protected Fixed Network Camera and XP40-Q1765 Explosion Protected PTZ Network Camera feature a 316L stainless steel housing certified for hazardous areas according to amongst others ATEX, IECEx, and cLCus. The cameras have full HDTV resolution quality and are suited for video surveillance monitoring. The cameras' housings are designed to prevent any inside spark or explosion from escaping and igniting gases or dust in the surrounding air. The cameras can also be equipped with certified, explosion protected accessories, such as wall mounts, pole top brackets and a pressurized washer tank. The cameras are also designed to have flexible integration with other equipment such as access control and fire alarms. They offer flexible remote accessibility, using any existing IP-based networks. XP40-Q1765 also offers continuous 360-deg pan-tilt. The XF40-Q1765 and XP40-Q1765 are designed for the chemical processing, oil and gas, paper, and the textile industries.

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