Introducing the Scanzone

A Fully Air-Conditioned IP
Networking System.

 

TheScanzone can employ up to eight IP Cameras in a north, south, east and west array and one IP PTZ Camera in its climate-controlled fully air-conditioned pod which allows the unit to operate in all climatic conditions.

Based on IP Protocol, the Horizon Network modules have the advantage of being able to directly and seamlessly connect to a whole range of wired and wireless Ethernet devices.

Continuous air-conditioning is delivered to the lower chamber of the Scanzone where it meets the dispersion disc from which convection forces expel the warming air back through the cooling chamber of the system, making it ideally suited for tough, arid, severely hot and humid conditions.


Air Conditioning


Vibration Free and Effective
Cooling/Heating
Ultra Quiet

Although compact, the large, high-pressure cross fan is mounted in a centre configuration and a lambda-type heat exchanger provides plenty of power. The unit can be fitted with a washable filter for easy maintainence.


Operating Range


Temps - °C

Cooling: + 65°C
Heating: -30°C

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Markets


TheScanzone uses Motorola wireless bridge technology to create reliable links between each Scanzone and the control centre. For use in Border Control Security, Airports, Car Parks, Hospitals, Shopping Precincts, Solar Energy Projects etc.

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Cameras and Lens


The latest Cameras and Lens from Axis, Pelco and Bosch.

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How it Works - IP Network Video


Based on IP protocol, Horizon Network Video products have the advantage of being able to directly and seamlessly connect to a whole range of wired and wireless Ethernet devices. The Horizon surveillance units feature the very latest in proven surveillance technology providing ease of use, installation and excellent total cost of ownership

The Scanzone system is IP based. This makes it transport agnostic and can be used in conjunction with license-free radio equipment or high frequency licensed-based radios as well as fibre, DSL and other IP based technologies.

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