Air Conditioning inside the Surveillance Cabinet
The fresh air in the outdoor environment is drawn into the cabinet through filter grids with engineering infrastructure capable of meeting the IP66 requirements on the cabinet structure. The circulation fans ensure the air circulation in the cabinet, even in the case of high pressure drops related to equipment used in the
unit body and intensive wiring. In addition to that, it establishes a high-reliability cooling process, lowers the temperature and prevents heat condensation which can damage the active devices. Also considering the heat loads that will arise from the active equipment in the cabinet, the required heating requirement is calculated
according to the climatic conditions where the cabinet will be located. This designed heating system is assembled into the physical and thermodynamically optimal place in cabinet body.
Mechanical, Electrical and Communication Interfaces
After internal assembly process is completed, the cabinet can be hanged over the pole with the special designed pole assembly kits. Canovate Surveillance cabinet outdoor enclosures are mounted to the pole with a mounting bracket through the channel, that’s why the visibility of the connection cable from outside is prevented.
Canovate Surveillance cabinets have an excellent grounding system infrastructure with maximum 2,5 miliohm bonding resistance between the cabinet body and equipment.
Our cabinets include equipments that can transmit data, like status of the door and high temperature inside the cabinet, via the Ethernet interface and also be enable remote control of the power of the Video Management System (VMS) equipments. All electrical and communication cables enter into the cabinet with special glands that are compatible with IP66.
Assembly of Camera
4 fixed cameras and 2 moving cameras can be installed to Canovate Surveillance Cabinets. Camera connection points are supplied with leak-proof special rubbers. In addition to that, there are protection panels against any external damage to protect camera and image.