The new cameras added to AngelTrax’s line of PeriOptic lens TR series units feature a shatter-resistant glass lens cover that eliminates water and moisture buildup in the optic area. The cover is also vacuum sealed to a stainless steel, vandal-proof cast housing.
NEWTON, Ala. — AngelTrax, a designer and manufacturer of mobile surveillance systems, has expanded its high-resolution PeriOptic lens TR series camera lineup to include the TR3600WPB, TR3600WPR and TR3600WPL IP 68 waterproof cameras.
The latest TR cameras provide unparalleled external coverage and omit potential operator blind spots when paired with an onboard monitor, according to the company.
“We listened to our customers’ demands and responded by developing three mobile exterior cameras that would not only survive extreme weather conditions, but capture a high quality image that would stand up in court as admissible evidence,” said Richie Howard, AngelTrax’s president. “The TR3600WPB, TR3600WPR and TR3600WPL cameras are the solution to durable and reliable external surveillance coverage.”
The TR3600WPB, TR3600WPR and TR3600WPL PeriOptic lens cameras feature a shatter-resistant glass lens cover that eliminates water and moisture buildup in the optic area. The cover is also vacuum sealed to a stainless steel, vandal-proof cast housing, providing a durable environment for the 3.6mm lens.
Each camera was created with a 90-degree adjustable angle accompanied by a sweeping 74-degree field of view, allowing for an expansive, focused capture. They are encased in a compact enclosure that makes them easy to install.
The TR3600WPB model is designed to be mounted on the exterior rear or interior front of a vehicle, while the TR3600WPL can be mounted on the exterior rear operator’s side of a vehicle.
The TR3600WPR is designed to be mounted on the exterior front passenger’s side of a vehicle.
The cameras are compatible with all AngelTrax DVR systems and can be installed on school buses, paratransit services, mass transit systems and locomotives.