Safety Technology International Inc.

Protective Camera Housing Safety Technology International Inc.

Protective Camera Housing

Safety Technology International Inc.’s Protective Camera Housing for CCTVs helps reduce vandalism and tampering. Constructed of aluminum with moisture resistant cord grips for cables, the housing protects cameras from harsh indoor/outdoor environments, physical abuse and accidental damage. The CCTV housing includes a heater, blower, sunshield and mounting bracket. The sunshield can reduce internal temperature by 4°F (2°C). Power source for the heater/blower is 24 VAC. Easy access for servicing and installation. Unit has a spring assisted forward opening lid, a rear link-lock latch and includes the mounting bracket.

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