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Camera Heating Plate

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RHEINSTETTEN, Germany, Sept. 6, 2021 — Camera Heating PlateautoVimation GmbH has announced a 75-W, 24-V/DC camera heating plate to ensure trouble-free camera operation, even in arctic temperatures and strong winds.

Its compact design is suitable for all Salamander, Gecko, and Orca series housings from size S. The mode of attachment via lateral clamping ensures easy installation since no components have to be removed. The controlled heating plate with a built-in PT100 temperature sensor consumes less energy, heats up faster in interval operation, and does not overheat at higher ambient temperature levels. Featuring exact temperature control with a freely adjustable setpoint, it constantly provides the right heating power even with severe ambient temperature fluctuations.

Large-area heating keeps the camera temperature above freezing at outside temperatures as low as -50 °C, minimizing temperature differences in the housing while avoiding dew points and its resulting condensation.


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Sep 2021
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