VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA - Extreme CCTV Inc., the security industry's leading supplier of active-infrared night vision surveillance equipment, announced that the Province of Quebec's Ministry of Transportation has ordered Extreme's EX100 stainless steel camera housings for the first phase of a tunnel surveillance project on a Montreal highway. The order is valued at just under CDN$150,000.
Constructed of high-grade stainless steel, the precision engineered EX100 is a robust, all-weather, explosion-protected camera housing designed specifically for durability and performance in explosive hazardous locations. Ideal for use in corrosive environments, the EX100 will provide absolute surveillance performance on the Quebec highways where salt, oil and dirt combine to destroy conventional cameras every winter. The EX100 is also equipped with a window wiper to ensure picture clarity through extreme weather conditions. The full-size housing of the EX100 is large enough to accommodate long varifocal or zoom lenses for enhanced optical versatility.
"Designed for use on North Sea oil rigs, the EX100 will easily handle the rigors of a Quebec winter, even at temperatures down to minus 40 degrees Celsius," said Jack Gin, President and CEO of Extreme CCTV. "We are seeing more Extreme CCTV products being applied for important intelligent traffic systems (ITS) applications in several different geographical markets."
Extreme CCTV is online at www.ExtremeCCTV.com.