WA Series Washer
The WA series CCTV camera washer is designed and manufactured in the UK. It is available with a number of options to accommodate nearly every type of security installation.
The WA series CCTV washer forms a critical part of any CCTV installation where there is dirt or atmospheric contaminates. Without the use of a washer (and wiper) picture degradation starts from the very first day on installation.
The WA series CCTV washer have been designed with ease of installation and minimal service overhead in mind. The plug-in connectors allows the water bottle to be removed from the cradle and taken elsewhere for filling up. This is not just convenient but where the washer is installed near other electrical equipment an absolute necessity.
|* Protects camera image quality||* Reduces camera maintenance intervals|
|* Extends lens life||* Simple installation|
|* Self-priming||* Control via analogue or IP systems|
|* Optional RS485 control||* Suitable for corrosive environments|
|* Standard frame 304 grade stainless steel||* Optional 316L grade stainless steel frame|
|* Capable of pumping 12m vertically||* Supplied with hose and washer jet|
|* Available in variety of voltages (24vdc, 24vac, 220/230vac)||* Two-year warranty|
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|Manual||WA Series Washer Install Guide||WA Series Washer Install Guide||WA Series Washer Install Guide|
|Drawing||WA5 Washer Drawing||WA10 Washer Drawing||WA25 Washer Drawing|
Frequently Asked Questions
CCTV Washer Units - Environmental
The standard WA series washers are manufactured from 304 grade stainless steel. This material is incredibly corrosion resistant in normal environments and will give years of service with no significant level of degradation.
If you are mounting the WA series washer in an area that is considered highly environmentally corrosive then you can consider 316 grade stainless steel. This is more commonly known as marine grade stainless steel and if you want to learn a bit more you can find out here.
Regardless of what grade of stainless steel you chose it can still discolour depending on the environmental conditions. Often customers can mistake a contaminant for rust when it is actually ferric particles that have landed on the stainless steel and discoloured. A simple rub with wire wool or even a cloth can often remove this.
Yes. We would certainly recommend a suitably diluted screen wash or anti-freeze additive in the water reservoir.
Allowing water to freeze in the water reservoir can cause the bottle to crack, just like on your car screen washer reservoir. Check the manufacturers recommendations for details of the dilution.
Always ensure you label the water reservoir correctly to reflect the use of poisonous substance.