Camera – Hazardous Area Zone 0 Digital Camera ATEX – Extronics iCAM502
Extronics iCAM502 is an ATEX certified Zone 0 intrinsically safe digital camera and is the perfect visualisation tool for use in hazardous areas.
The iCAM502 ATEX camera, the iCAM502 is perfect for rating plates, wiring cabinets and general inspections and takes pin-sharp images from as close as 5cm.
The iCAM502 is IP65 rated and ideal for all industry applications including the most arduous environments found within chemical & pharmaceutical plants, oil & gas production platforms, refineries & mining.
The Extronics iCAM502 is lightweight, weighing less than 200g and the long slim design allows it to be used with one hand and can fit inside your pocket.
The durable housing of the iCOM502 is constructed from injection moulded anti-static plastic with a removable silicon rubber casing.
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.
The iCAM502 has a 1GB memory storage and data can be transferred 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.
Hazardous Area Digital Camera – ATEX Certified
- Advanced Autofocus lens – pin sharp images from as close as 5cm
- Accompanying audio records for added information
- Highly rugged for use in industrial environments
- Image Quality Feedback System
- Voice Annotations
- Anti Shake
- 3.1 Mega Pixel
- 1GB Memory
- User Upgradeable
- Compact & Lightweight
- Simple Data Transfer
- Enhanced Auto White Balance
- Powerful LED Flash Array
- Variable Flash Analysis
- Time & Date Stamp on Image
- ATEX and IECEx Zone 0 Certified
- North American Class 1 Division 1 Certified (pending)
Hazardous Area Certifications
- ATEX: II 1 G Ex ia IIB T4/T3 Ga, II 2 G Ex ia IIC T4 Gb, -20°C ≤Ta≤+60°C
I M1 Ex ia I Ma 0°C ≤Ta≤+60°C
- IECEx: II 1 G Ex ia IIB T4/T3 Ga, II 2 G Ex ia IIC T4 Gb, -20°C ≤Ta≤+60°C
Ex ia I Ma 0°C ≤Ta≤+60°C
- North America MET (pending): Intrinsically Safe for Class 1, Division 1, Groups A,B,C,D T4/T3C -20°C≤Ta≤55/50°C (USA and Canada)
Hazardous Area Zone 0 Digital Camera ATEX – Extronics iCAM502 Technical Specification
|Compliance||EMC: EN 55022 1998 class B, EN 55024 1999|
LV: EN 60950 2002
FCC: Class A device, compliance through verification route
|Dimensions||132 x 32 x 22 mm (5.20 x 1.26 x 0.87 in)|
|Weight||Approximately 200g, including batteries|
|Operating Temperature||Group II -20°C to +60°C / Group I 0°C to +60°C|
|Relative Humidity||95% non-condensing|
|Housing||Injection moulded anti-static plastic housing, supplied with anti-static silicone rubber boot for additional shock protection|
|Power||2 x Alkaline AA batteries, refer to ATEX Certificate for details on range of approved batteries. Batteries may not be carried or changed in Group I hazardous areas.|
|Power Modes||Operate and auto power-down (after 3 mins)|
|Battery Life||Up to 600 shots without flash and up to 100 shots with flash taken one after the other. 170 shots as per the CIPA DC-002 standard (mixed mode shots with and without flash)|
Note it is very difficult to be precise about exact numbers as there are many factors that can influence this such as the ambient temperature, how long the camera is powered up, number of voice recordings made and the number and length of time it is connected to a PC for transferring picture and voice data.
|Memory||On board 1GB NAND Flash (holds approx. 5,000 JPEG images without any audio recording and additional 960Kbytes per min for audio)|
|Image||3.1 Mega-Pixel (2048 x 1536 resolution)|
|Lens||Autofocus lens, effective focal length 3.39mm, F2.8, 68º diagonal field of view|
|Focal Distance||5cm to infinity|
|View Finder||Two element optical view finder|
|Flash||4 LED flash giving 131 lux.seconds of energy at 67ms exposure|
|Connectivity||USB 1.1 via mini-USB socket for use in the safe area only. Certified for direct connection to a PC without requiring an external protection barrier|
|OS Support||PTP imaging device in Windows XP/Vista/7/8 and most versions of Linux.|
USB firmware upgrade utility for Windows XP/Vista/7/8 only.
|Audio Recording Format||.wav|
|Time & Date||Time and date stamping of stored images and filenames|
Time and date set via Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP) automatically