Yuhua CCTV camera stations added to Eaton’s range of hazardous area solutions
Power management company Eaton is making its Yuhua CCTV range available to customers around the world, following successful certification to ATEX and IECEx standards by independent test house DNV. Made in Eaton’s Yuhua CCTV manufacturing plant in Changzhou, China, the Yuhua range offers system integrators and EPCs the option of specifying high quality CCTV equipment suitable for hazardous industrial applications such as oil & gas, petrochemical and marine.
“The Yuhua CCTV range is manufactured to the same exacting quality and Ex standards as any other Eaton Hazardous Area Communications product,” explains Chris Stubbins, Global Product Manager for CCTV. “These products already have a proven track record of reliability in the Chinese oil and gas sector - a reputation that is now reinforced by independent global certification.”
Eaton states that the Yuhua CCTV range can meet most project specification needs. Specifiers can choose from weatherproof & explosion proof, PTZ and fixed camera types and peripherals. The HD IP ONVIF compliant camera stations offer a range of features including 20x to 44x zoom and 2MP to 8MP resolutions. The fixed unit uses a 20x zoom camera block module so that the image can be adjusted remotely in low temperature conditions. With a selection of transmission types available – such as standard ethernet, fiber optic, and ethernet over coax – the Yuhua CCTV range offers end users great flexibility and is equally suitable for new construction or retrofit projects.
All cameras in the Yuhua range are certified to operate in temperatures ranging from -40ºC to +65ºC and are made from 316L grade stainless steel with IP66 or IP68 ingress protection. Yuhua CCTV cameras also hold specific approvals for shock and vibration, making them an ideal choice for offshore and marine applications.
All Yuhua products are manufactured to ISO9001, ISO/EN80079-34 and Eaton’s own Quality standards and common procedures.
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