Extreme CCTV Releases Explosion-Protected Cameras

Nov. 6, 2007
Cameras certified for Class I, Division 1 hazardous industrial environments

Extreme CCTV has announced the release of the enhanced and EX72N Series Explosion-Protected Integrated Day-Night cameras, designed to deliver effective, around-the-clock surveillance at hazardous locations.

Certified for Class I, Division 1 environments, the EX72N series adhere to the most stringent safety standards for explosion-protected performance. Now available with day-night mechanical filter CCDs for outstanding daytime color and 40ft (12m) active-infrared night vision under low-light conditions, the EX72N provide safety and security for various applications including petrochemical facilities, chemical plants and pharmaceutical labs. The EX72N comes Equipped with a 4-8mm lens. More information is available at www.extremecctv.com.

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