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Intrinsically safe camera complete with flash and voice annotation function

23 November 2009

Extronics has launched the 3.1 mega pixel iCAM501 intrinsically safe camera with 4 LED Flash, which is ATEX and IECEx certified.

Intrinsically safe camera complete with flash and voice annotation function
Intrinsically safe camera complete with flash and voice annotation function

Manufactured from rugged injection moulded anti static plastic the iCAM501 is IP65 rated.
Suitable for use in the most arduous environments, the product's long slim lightweight enclosure, weighing less than 200g, lends itself to single handed operation, making it convenient to carry in your pocket.
Equipped with many advanced features such as image stabilisation and voice annotations the iCAM501 is not only the perfect visualisation tool, providing high quality images every time, but it also provides the user with the ability to add audio records to pictures taken in the hazardous area.
The iCAM501 zone 0 camera can store approximately 5,000 JPEG images, and an additional 960Kbytes per min for audio with it's on board 1Gbyte NAND Flash memory.
Data transfer to any computer in the safe area is simple and easy to undertake via a USB port utilising Picture Transfer Protocol which is initiated automatically. All images are date and time stamped to create a chronological history which is coupled to a .wav audio file and systematically matched to the image filename.


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