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Infinova's Pressurized Dome Cameras Watch Panama Canal
Infinova provides pressurized dome cameras provide visual verification that helps Panama Canal authorities spot damages by errant crews.
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Solution: Infinova V1750 pressurized dome cameras
Infinova V1750A pressurized dome cameras have been placed on both sides of the Panama Canal to view ships and vessels waiting their turn to go through locks. They are watching to verify that vessels stay within their assigned spaces while waiting. If ships stray, they can cause damage to the channel and locks when they hit the sides and equipment. The cameras provide evidence of negligence by ships crews and enable canal authorities penalize rule breakers.
Providing visual verification at one of the world's iconic locations by helping provide order and administrative efficiency is a duty that Infinova takes very seriously. The V1750A pressurized domes were designed to stand up to the environmental challenges of locations such as the Panama Canal that require rugged surveillance equipment.
Infinova's rugged V1750A series pressurized PTZ dome cameras feature a nitrogen pressurized environment inside the housing with a stainless steel rim for maximum protection against airborne contaminants and moisture. Special valves minimize decrease in pressure over time. Solid-state sensors in the housing relay important system information, such as internal temperature and pressure readings, back to the control center. Non-volatile memory in the housing enables automatic downloads of camera presets and other data in the event that the camera and drive module must be replaced.
pressurized dome cameras: infinova V1750