Explosion Proof Network IP Camera - 4.0MP Resolution - 20FPS - Low Light IR Array - Air Nozzle - Magnetic Mount


Sale price$6,781.99


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EXPCMR-IP-POE-4MP-IR-M-APV Network Explosion Proof Camera Quick Summary
Unit Type: Explosion Proof Security Camera Class I, Divisions 1 & 2 Groups B,C,D
Dimensions: - Class I, Zones 1 & 2 Groups IIB+H2, IIA
Weight: - Class II, Divisions 1 & 2 Groups E,F,G
Total Watts: 5W (Max) Class III, Divisions 1 & 2
Power Source: PoE (802.3af) Ex db IIC Gb
Image Sensor: 1/3" Progressive Scan CMOS sensor Ex tb IIC Gb Db IP66
Signal System: NTSC NEMA 3, 4, 4X, 7 (B, C, D), 9 (E, F, G)
Video Resolution: 4.0MP (2688*1520) Air Nozzle w/ Female Connector
Frame Rate: Up to 20fps @ 2688*1520 resolution Main Stream w/ (2) Sub-streams
Compression Type: H.264, H.264 OVC, MJPEG Program Unique Settings per Stream
Bit Rate: 32Kbps - 16Mbps ONVIF Profile S Certified
Focal Length: 4mm Wide Dynamic Range for Auto-adjusting
Max Field of View: 83°
Air Hose Coupler Size: 1/2"
Maximum Air Pressure: 20 PSI
Shutter Speed: 1/3s to 1/10,000s
Min. Illumination: 0.01 lux (Color) / 0 lux (IR)
IR Range: 45 ft
Day/Night: True D/N w/Mechanical Cut Filter
Digital Noise Reduction: 3D DNR
Ethernet Interface: RJ45
Ethernet Speed: 10/100
Protocols: TCP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, DHCP, UDP, RTP, RTSP and more
Remote Configuration: Yes Special Orders/Requirements
Ambient Temperature Range: -22°F to +140°F
Housing Materials: Copper-free Aluminum Alloy Toll Free: 1-800-369-6671
Lens Material: 3/8" Tempered Glass Intl: 1-214-616-6180
Mounting: Magnetic Mount - (1) 200 lbs Magnet
Wiring Hub: (2) 3/4" NPT
' Product Overview '
The EXPCMR-IP-POE-4MP-IR-M-APV Network Explosion Proof Camera from Larson Electronics is a remote inspection camera specifically designed for observation in hazardous locations. This explosion proof, dust/ignition proof, weather proof and tamper resistant camera provides the operator with a live feed from inside tanks, reactors, vessels or other hazardous locations. Operated remotely from a centralized control room, this remote inspection camera saves both time and money as well as contributing to workplace safety. The unit features a pressurized air nozzle with a female stainless steel connector, located at front of the camera lens for proactive clarity. Camera Features: The EXPCMR-IP-POE-4MP-IR-M-APV Network Explosion Proof Camera features a built-in 1/3" progressive-scan CMOS image sensor that delivers up to 4.0MP resolution at 20 fps. The wide angle fixed lens with 83° field of view covers a large area, and an integrated IR LED array provides the operator with low light and nighttime visibility up to 45`. The camera automatically switches from full color to IR mode when visible light falls below a certain level. This remote inspection camera utilizes Advanced Infrared Technology, 120dB true Wide Dynamic Range, 3D Digital Noise Reduction and a true day/night IR-Cut filter Removal to produce clear images in variable and low light conditions. This explosion proof camera provides a crisp and clear image for everything within the 83° focal area. Total distance is dependent on mounting height and angle. Wiring: Link-up with the camera is achieved via a customer provided RJ45 Ethernet cable which is ran back to the customer provided DVR system mounted outside the hazardous location. Camera power is delivered via the same Ethernet cable using Power over Ethernet (PoE) technology. This not only increases flexibility in deployment, but also provides time and cost savings as well. Our explosion proof cameras with Power over Ethernet (PoE) features enable data transfers and power to be passed through a single Ethernet cable that is usually a Cat 3/Cat 5 cable or better. There are several types of PoE, which come with their own respective standard and maximum power to port capabilities. The IEEE 802.3af PoE standard, with a voltage range of 44.0 - 57.0V, offers 15.4W of DC power for each port. The IEEE 802.3at PoE standard, with a voltage range of 50.0 – 57.0V, provides up to 30W of DC power per port, which is ideal for surveillance cameras, antennas and network access points. The IEEE 802.3bt PoE standard, with a voltage range of 50.0 – 57.0V, provides 60W of DC power for each port. In order to utilize PoE properly, the components, such as the receiving unit and sending device, must be PoE compliant. Recording: To record the stream from this camera, an NVR (network video recorder) is required. Larson Electronics provides a line of explosion proof, hazardous location, and non-classified NVR`s to work in conjunction with this explosion proof camera. This camera is live-view capable without an NVR system via remote access to the camera. Three streams are available, one main stream for recording and two sub streams for live viewing or additional resources. Each stream can be configured to different resolutions and frame rates. Pressurized Air Nozzle: Designed for grain processing facilities and wet environments, this unit is equipped with a pressurized air nozzle at the front of the camera lens. The component features a 1/2" female stainless steel quick disconnect connector for hose attachments. With continuous airflow hitting the lens of the device, accumulation of particles is greatly decreased. This feature is suitable for hazardous locations that handle flying dust and other types of debris that can obstruct cameras, as well as for monitoring operations in wet locations. Mounting: The EXPCMR-IP-POE-4MP-IR-M-APV features a single heavy-duty magnet capable of sustaining 200 lbs for mounting. This versatile mounting solution enables operators to seamlessly secure the device on compatible surfaces. Applications: Vessel, tank and reactor monitoring, remote observation of external facilities, monitoring of cleaning, spray patterns, mixing, foaming, reaction, and level.

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