Power supply add

by msecadm4921

Redvision has launched the RVX range of power supply units, adding to its X-Series dome / ball PTZ cameras, pictured.



The UK-based manufacturer is offering three levels of PSU. The RVX-PSU includes lightning protection for both video and RS485 communication lines. The latter has diagnostic LEDs to provide engineers with RS485 status feedback for installs. The RVX-PSU-ALM-16 adds 16 alarm inputs (NO or NC) and three relay alarm outputs (alarm, wash and aux) to the RVX functionality. Paul Hucker, Managing Director of Redvision says: “Up to 16 alarms can link to each video channel, activating pre-sets and tours in the X-Series, whilst only using up one alarm input within the CCTV control system. The PSU also enables alarms to be masked between pre-determined times. This allows PIR activations in school or office applications, during working hours, for example, to be registered but disregarded. Outside working hours, they can automatically switch back into active alarm mode, triggering the Aux output relay on alarm. The Wash relay we have added allows cleaning fluid to be squirted on the X-Series camera window in a pre-set position, enhancing the effectiveness of the wipers.”


The unit allows the 16 alarm inputs to be a combination of wired or wireless connections. This enables wireless PIRs to trigger alarms on multiple domes. Each unit comes in an IP66 weatherproof box, with pre-installed cable glands, pluggable terminal blocks and BNC connectivity. Input power can range from 110 to 240Vac delivering 24Vdc 60VA to the dome. Ring Redvision on 01420 448 448 or visit for more information.

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