All of our WA series washers are compatible with the IndigoVision Interceptor dome. Simply connect the washer to the 24vac* power supply and connect the CONTROL input on the washer to the RELAY output on the camera and you are good to go. A special washer jet mounting bracket is […]
The EHC4 is manufactured by ITS Products in the UK. We normally insist on a minimum order quantity (MOQ) of 25 pieces. This has never been too much of a problem due to the nature of the EHC4 and its use in contract projects. We do often keep over-run stock […]
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 […]
The WA25-4 comes complete with four 12m lengths of hose, four twin washer jets and four mounting brackets. All you need is power and water.
For Hikvision domes that have a wiper and feature an alarm output using a WA series washer could not be easier. All you need is the twin-jet mount and then you are all set. Use the alarm output to connect directly to the control input on the washer PSU. You […]
The 12/24v heater is 6watts and typically draws 300mA. As we use a PTC heater it will draw more current when it requires it and less when it doesn’t. This is more energy efficient of course.
The CMD3-IP has been tested with the Dahua range of DVRs and NVRs. Connect the camera and then modify its parameters as below Select Manufacturer as ONVIF Enter the HTTP Port as 8080 Change the User Name to ***** as per manual default (or to what you have changed it to […]
If you are new to time-lapse then Canon have provided some really handy information here for you. http://www.canon.co.uk/get-inspired/come-and-see/showcase/how-to-do-time-lapse-photography/
The most common reason for this is when you are using the switching power method to turn the washer on or off. If you are sure you are getting power to the unit correctly (and other factors such as fuses have been ruled out) have you checked to see if […]
Clearly you want the camera to remain facing the same way as you originally set it up. Consider that the camera housing can create a significant surface area for wind to blow it so mounting it on top of a scaffold pole and expecting it to remain still is a […]