XF60-Q1765 Explosion-Protected Network Camera
Fixed camera for hazardous areas
- UL-certified for hazardous areas (USA market)
- Stainless steel (SS 316L) and impact resistance
- Full HDTV 1080p resolution
- 18x zoom and autofocus
UL-certified with 110 V AC (USA market)
XF60-Q1765 Explosion-Protected Network Camera is UL-certified for hazardous areas, valid mainly in the USA market. XF60-Q1765 -50 C UL offers three 3/4" NPT conduit entries. The camera has a 110 V AC power input.
XF60-Q1765 Explosion-Protected Network Camera is an AXIS Q1765-LE Camera (without the IR LEDs) mounted inside an explosion-protected stainless steel housing. In addition, it includes AXIS Surveillance Card 64 GB, a wiper and support for a washer. The camera provides superb image quality and color fidelity, and offers full HDTV 1080p resolution at 25/30 fps. With 18x optical zoom and autofocus, the camera is ideally suited for remote monitoring situations common in hazardous areas.
The camera features an electropolished 316L stainless steel housing certified for hazardous areas according to UL (the certification applies in the USA market).
XF60-Q1765 is ideally suited for video surveillance monitoring in hazardous areas in critical infrastructure such as onshore, offshore and marine environments in the oil and gas industry. In addition, typical application areas are also dusty environments in other industries, for example, paper and textile industries, and grain handling.
Flexible integration and remote accessibility
XF60-Q1765 provides a high level of flexible integration possibilities with other equipment, such as access control, illumination and audio. It offers remote accessibility, using any existing IP-based networks. XF60-Q1765 for hazardous areas is a complement to Axis’ wide range of network cameras that can be used in safe areas.
All software isn't compatible with all products, please refer to the data sheets for compatibility information.
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