EH4/w Camera Housing


EH4/w Camera Housing

EH4/W

Camera housing complete with wiper

EH4/w

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EH4/W/RL

Rain-lip version for prison and VMD applications

EH4/w/RL

Side view

EH4/w/RL

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EH4/W
Camera housing complete with w...
EH4/w
Side view
EH4/W/RL
Rain-lip version for prison an...
EH4/w/RL
Side view
EH4/w/RL
Exploded view

The EH4/w was designed to be used in applications such as perimeter protection where a fixed camera and lens combination are commonly used. Providing a safe environment for the camera assembly the EH4/w has a self-parking wiper unit that keeps the glass screen clean throughout the year. This is especially important where secondary systems such as video motion detection or video analytics are being employed.

The EH4/w/RL is widely employed in prisons estates where perimeter protection is obviously a critical security priority. The extending rain-lip guides water away from the camera housing front reducing false alarms on video motion detection.

● Compact Size
● IP66 Environmental Rating
● Self-Parking Wiper
● Aluminium Construction
● Rain-Lip Visor Option
● Screen Heater/De-Mister
● Powder-Coated Finish
● Suitable for IP/Analogue Cameras

EH4-w Downloads

Datasheet EH4/w Datasheet
Drawing EH4-W, EH4-W-RL Drawing

Frequently Asked Questions

Camera Housings-Wiper

The wiper has three connections, 0v, permanent power and switched power. Traditionally a relay output from a telemetry receiver would control the switched/permanent power and allow the wiper to be activated, complete a wiper cycle and return to a park position. More recently we have supplied customers with a wiper trigger module designed to connect to an IP camera alarm output. Simply connecting this module (which is designed to be fitted neatly inside the camera housing base) allows the same control via the VMS system.

Please contact our sales department for more details.

Tags: housing, wiper

Camera Housings

The wiper has three connections, 0v, permanent power and switched power. Traditionally a relay output from a telemetry receiver would control the switched/permanent power and allow the wiper to be activated, complete a wiper cycle and return to a park position. More recently we have supplied customers with a wiper trigger module designed to connect to an IP camera alarm output. Simply connecting this module (which is designed to be fitted neatly inside the camera housing base) allows the same control via the VMS system.

Please contact our sales department for more details.

Tags: housing, wiper

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