Extreme Temperatures Tutorial

Author: Ethan Ace, Published on Jul 16, 2012

Surveillance cameras are expected to work outdoors, ranging from deserts to monsoons to blizards. Ensuring that cameras works reliably in these extreme conditions is critical and takes more than the normal indoor camera provides. In this tutorial, we examine the effects of climate, how to tell if a camera will work in your conditions and when you should use extended temperature range cameras, heaters, blowers and sunshields.

Effects of Climate

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