ATEX CCTV Camera Stations – Hazardous Area CCTV Camera Stations ATEX IECEx Zone 1 & Zone 2
ATEX CCTV Camera Stations
Eaton Oxalis together with T&D can offer a range of ATEX CCTV Cameras Stations for use in harsh and demanding environments. The hazardous area camera stations are certified ATEX and IECEx and have been tested and applied in explosive and flammable atmospheres.
Camera surveillance systems provide a complete view of all areas and processes on a site. A system can be accessed and managed from one or more control stations on site or remote. CCTV surveillance is vital for the coordination of appropriate response in critical situations.
Proactive and reactive surveillance tasks increase safety, security, and efficiency for people, facilities and the environment.
The CCTV camera station range is one of the most comprehensive in the industry with in Ex and safe area option also available – fixed or PTZ optical, thermal & dual imaging options and can be configured in Analogue, HD 1080P or Hybrid encoder video modes with fibre optic transmission.
All of the Pan Tilt Zoom (PTZ) and fixed ATEX CCTV camera stations are manufactured of 316L stainless steel and have a variety of cameras offering different zoom ranges. Continuous 360° pan rotation gives an unrestricted view of the surrounding area.
With multiple Ex certification, our camera range is suitable for world-wide installation in Europe, the Americas, Middle East and Asia – global classifications in including ATEX, IECEx, INMETRO, TR CU, cLCus, CSA, CNEx, CCOE, CERTEx.
Zone 1 & Zone 2 CCTV Camera Stations
The Eaton Oxalis hazardous area CCTV are offered with global ATEX, IECEx and UL approvals.
- Oxalis XP – Explosion Proof PTZ camera stations
- Oxalis XF – Explosion Proof fixed camera stations
- Oxalis XT – Explosion Proof PTZ camera stations
- Oxalis EXIR40F – Explosion Proof fixed camera stations
- Oxalis XC – Explosion Proof PTZ camera stations
What Is the ATEX Directive?
ATEX is the harmonised EU legislation for controlling explosive atmospheres – the Directive describes the electrical and mechanical equipment allowed in a potentially explosive atmosphere according to the potential risk of explosion determined by the frequency of the occurrence and duration of an explosive atmosphere.
Explosive atmospheres in the workplace can be caused by flammable atmospheric gases, mists, vapours or by combustible dusts that can ignite under certain operating conditions. Equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres cover a range of products, including ATEX phones and and mobile communications used on fixed offshore platforms, petrochemical plants, mines, and flour mills with Zone 1 & 2 or Zone 21 & 22 locations.