Mirion Technologies Announces State-of-the-Art Refinements to IST-Rees Mini PTZ Mk2 Color Inspection Camera
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Mirion Technologies Imaging Systems Division announced the release of the latest version of its IST-Rees "C913" Mini PTZ Mk2 Color Camera. The new system is the latest design in a range of small CCTV inspection cameras that Mirion provides for monitoring in difficult and hazardous environments.
Designed to be a versatile and rugged inspection platform, the Mini PTZ Mk2 builds on the successful Mk1 system by offering additional features and functions. Like its predecessor, the camera provides full pan, tilt and zoom capability within a small body size, allowing deployment in spaces as small as 65mm (2.56") in diameter. However the new model now offers a stronger housing, continuous panning mode, greater tilt range and an increased high-intensity LED lighting system with "spot" and "flood" functionality. In addition, the Mini PTZ Mk2 provides variable speed and "proportional to zoom" pan/tilt capability. This, together with "over temperature" warning systems and (for the nuclear market) "radiation dose monitoring" brings the Mini PTZ Mk2 to a new level of inspection capability.
"The C913 Mini PTZ Mk2 delivers new levels of outstanding performance and high quality video inspection for a wide range of applications," said Ken Neal, President of the Imaging Systems Division. "The camera offers vast operational flexibility with a sealed housing that supports in-air or underwater operation."
Mirion's Imaging System Division designs and manufactures imaging solutions and process monitoring systems, components and services for nuclear and high temperature industrial applications.
ABOUT MIRION TECHNOLOGIES
Mirion Technologies is one of the world leaders in radiation detection, measuring and monitoring. Mirion has 14 facilities in Europe, Asia, and North America. Mirion Technologies is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay area and is a portfolio company of American Capital (NASDAQ:ACAS).
Source: Mirion Technologies
Released September 10, 2008