Product Profile

This camera has been developed for use wherever it is critical that any object, animal or person must not be able to hang, perch or grip on the camera itself.  It is considered to be an essential specification camera for use in hospitals or prisons where there is the possibility of suicide attempts or a risk of self harm.

In addition, its anodized finish also makes the camera appropriate for a broad range of applications from public buildings to elegant hotels. Hammer tough, weather tight, and power protected - the impact resistant EX48 can be surface installed in minutes to all interior or exterior walls as well as ceilings.  Features include:

  • No-Grip Conical shape.
  • Anodized aluminum design.
  • Fixed lenses from 2.5 mm to 16 mm.
  • Tough Polycarbonate Dome - Optically-Correct.
  • Mono / Colour and X-Wave Models available.

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Technical Specification

Make Extreme
Manufacturer Extreme CCTV
Model code EX48C300
Series EX48 Series
Chip Inch Size 1/3
Color Type Color
Resolution TVL 350
Dome Type Fixed Focus
Sensitivity lux 3.0
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor
Digital (DSP) Yes
Mount Type Ceiling
Electrical Specifications Voltage: 12
Focal length 3-6
Video Output 1Vp-p75ohm
Physical Specifications Dimensions mm: 83 x 118 (dia.)
Environmental Specifications Protection: Weather Resistant, Vandal Resistant
Additional info DSP,VRB, with micro-lens. Conical NO-GRIP Hi-impact dome. Anodised aluminum, pre-harnessed, wall/ceiling mount. Change "00" for different lenses i.e.: 02 - 2.5 mm, 04 - 3.6 mm, 08 - 8.0 mm, 16 – 16.0mm, 03 - 2.9 mm, 06 - 6.0 mm, 12 - 12.0 mm. Also available: EX49C3-V408 - Colour DSP, varifocal lens 4-8mm, EX49C3-VA408 - Colour DSP, varifocal AI lens 4-8mm.
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