If you followed us you might remember that in our last blog posts we introduced you to designing the mechanical-optical and the thermal construction of our 200 MP Panorama camera housing. This time we would like to share some interesting inside information with you about the cleaning system of the 200 MP Panorama camera.
Outdoor surveillance challenges
Monitoring outdoors can be a real challenge as camera housings have to be designed to endure different, often severe weather conditions depending on the location. Even less extreme weather conditions can leave an ugly mark on outdoor cameras in the form of dirt, dust, sand and water stains. Although in many climate regions of the world sandstorms, fog, strong winds, heavy snowing or torrential rain are not unusual. The Logipix Panorama cameras have such a robust, enduring housing that the cameras are protected and can perform well even in these extreme environments.
To ensure quality images, it is therefore not enough to only physically protect the cameras. If the housing is not clean, cameras are not able to monitor properly. If they are not able to see through their housing because of the stains, even the best cameras deliver poor-quality, hazy images. Cleaning these housings is therefore imperative. The manual cleaning process is most of the time quite difficult, time-consuming and not effective.
The Logipix solution
To ensure clear images, the Logipix Panorama camera housing has an automatic cleaning system. The cleaning apparatus of the housing is capable of removing any unwanted dust or dirt that would hinder the visibility. It consists of:
a built-in water tank,
a dispenser system,
small wipers for each glass windows.
Easy and practical maintenance
The automatic self-cleaning is regular, and can perform daily cleanings, but it is also possible to start the cleaning procedure at any time. It is enough to monthly refill the water tank of the Logipix Panorama camera housing with washer fluid. Wipers without water would do more harm than good, therefore a built-in controller checks the water level before cleaning to avoid any damages. It is also indicated if the washer fluid is about to run out, making it clear when to refill the water tank.
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