Infrared cameras are approved for hazardous areas

Hawk IR International is now offering its Ex|CAM AF-Series infrared cameras with approval for use in hazardous areas. The Ex|CAM AF Series cameras can be permanently installed within Class 1 Division 1 and Class 2 Division 1 areas without the need for complex and expensive continuous purge systems. Extensive testing alongside third-party body SIRA Certification has shown the cameras to be capable of withstanding these harsh environments.

An 'off-the-shelf' product, the Ex|CAM AF Series can be simply incorporated into existing CCTV networks for thermal monitoring of hazardous (explosive) atmospheres in all weathers.

Other features include: sealing to IP66; robust CLIRVU-Ex broadband optic; and sunshield and air-knife options.

Hawk IR International says the ExCAM AF Series is at home in virtually any environment, day or night.

Hawk IR International Ltd

117 High Street
Marske
TS11 6JX
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1642 497000

sales@hawk-ir.com

www.hawk-ir.com

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