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Extronics iCAM502 Autofocus

Extronics iCAM502 Autofocus

  • Advanced Autofocus lens – pin sharp images from as close as 5cm
  • Image Quality Feedback System
  • Enhanced Auto White Balance
  • Powerful LED Flash Array
  • Variable Flash Analysis
  • Time & Date Stamp on Image
  • ATEX II 1 G Ex ia IIB T4 Ga, II 2 G Ex ia IIC T4 Gb, M1 Ex ia I Ma 0°C to +60°C
  • IECEx Ex ia IIB T4 Ga, Ex ia IIC T4 Gb, Ex ia I Ma 0°C to +60°C
  • FM Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, and D
  • IP65

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Intrinsically Safe Digital Camera

The new iCAM502 Autofocus is a Zone 0 intrinsically safe digital camera and is the perfect visualisation tool for use in hazardous areas. Capable of taking pin-sharp images from as close as 5cm, the iCAM502 is perfect for rating plates, wiring cabinets and general inspections. ATEX, IECEx & FM certified, the iCAM502 can be used in all sectors of industry including Chemical & Pharmaceutical plants, Oil & Gas production platforms, Refineries and Mining to name but a few.

The iCAM502 is IP65 rated and is suitable for use in the most arduous environments. Its long slim lightweight enclosure, weighing less than 200g, lends itself to single handed operation, making it convenient to carry in your pocket. Image quality is assessed using advanced image analysis and reported to the user via a feedback system.

Equipped with a new high performance autofocus lens, powerful 4 LED flash and image sharpness technology , the iCAM502 provides high quality images in all Hazardous Area environments.

Data transfer to any computer in the safe area is simple and easy to undertake via a USB port utilising Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) which is initiated automatically.

All images are date and time stamped to create a chronological history and are coupled to the unique function of Voice Annotation Audio records, which are systematically matched to the image filename.