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Economy camera from Xeno for a variety of applications

Norbain : 08 July, 2009  (New Product)
The XC300 range of cameras from Xeno represent an economic option for smaller companies requiring high resolution colour imaging technology
Economy camera from Xeno for a variety of applications
The Xeno XC300-3V8 / XC302-3V8 High Resolution Colour Combination Cameras combine a feature rich specification with unbeatable economy. Suitable for installations from small retail outlets to large corporate offices, both models provide high-resolution images, housed in a compact and stylish design.

Featuring integrated lens technology, the Xeno XC300-3V8 / XC302-3V8 are the high-performance, cost-efficient choice for a wide range of CCTV surveillance applications. Each camera features an integrated 3.3 - 8mm varifocal direct drive lens that provides flexible scene coverage, combined with 480 TVL image resolution for crystal-clear pictures in lighting conditions down to 0.8 Lux. Automatic White Balance with four settings is also provided, alongside Automatic Gain Control and Back Light Compensation - for consistently optimum picture quality.

'The new Xeno cameras are available in both mains power (XC300-3V8) and low voltage 24VAC/12VDC (XC302-3V8) versions,' says Andrew Pigram, Norbain's technical director. 'Feature-rich, they provide installers with a product that requires minimal set-up time. Complementing our existing fixed Dome camera range, their modern design will suit any interior surroundings, providing a visible but subtle security presence wherever they are deployed.'
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