Networked video solution for hazardous areas
IVC and Rockbestos-Surprenant Cable Corp. offer networked video solution.
Newton, Mass., April 26, 2010—Industrial Video & Control Co. (IVC), a provider of networked-based video surveillance systems and Rockbestos-Surprenant Cable Corp. (RSCC), a designer and manufacturer of insulated high performance control, power, instrumentation and specialty electrical cables, announced their new networked video solution designed for use in hazardous areas.
RSCC’s Gardex CAT5e is designed for Ethernet communication and Class I Div. 1 applications in industrial applications. The cable is designed for use in extreme temperatures and is UL-listed instrumentation tray cable ITC-HL, 300 volts. Its continuously-welded aluminum armoring reduces installation costs by negating the need for conduit. IVC and RSCC have successfully tested this new cable with IVC cameras to a distance of 600 feet.
IVC camera offering includes pan-tilt zoom, fixed, auto-zoom, and manual zoom cameras. IVC manufactures cameras that are suitable for the harshest weather and environmental conditions; their cameras have been certified for use in Class I Div. 1 and Class I Div. 2 (inherently dangerous) environments. IVC camera systems combine their camera products and state-of-the-art management software. Their Relay Server and View Station software packages enable remote viewing and control of video as well as management of all aspects of your surveillance systems.