The EH20 Series is a rugged and highly reliable camera enclosure with a side-hinged lid and adjustable sun shroud designed for easy installation. Constructed from die-cast aluminum to IK10 and IP66, the EH20 Series enclosure is designed to operate in a wide range of environments and to protect electronic components in temperatures from -30° to 50°C (-22° to 122°F). The EH20 Series enclosure is designed for use with analog and IP cameras that have both fixed and variable focal length lenses (with or without auto iris operation). The side-hinged lid provides easy access to the camera sled. Two adjustable glands (PG11) on the bottom of the enclosure allow for easy installation of the power and video cables.
All EH20 Series enclosures come standard with heater and blower (except EH20 and EH20-M), a cable management wall mount bracket, and sun shroud (except EH20). The enclosure can also be ordered from the factory with 110 to 230 VAC Mains, 24 VAC, or Power over Ethernet enclosure input voltage, 802.3af-compatible camera power, and appropriate heater and blower power. The EH20 Series is ideal for small- to medium-size analog and IP cameras and can be mounted to Pelco's EM20 (feedthrough wall mount).
Side Opening for Easy Access for Servicing and Installation
High Reliability Die-Cast Construction
Advanced Optics for Megapixel Camera Support
Temperature Range from -30° to 50°C (-22° to 122°F)
Meets IP66 and Type 4X Standards
IK10 Mechanical Impact Resistance, Vandal Resistant
Cable Entry Glands and Mounting Holes on Bottom of Enclosure
24VAC, Power Over Ethernet (PoE), and Mains Power Models
Includes Sun Shroud and Mount
Name: Pelco EH20-M Compact Indoor/Outdoor IP Enabled Camera Enclosure, Motorola, Pelco by Motorola Solutions
Category: Pelco by Motorola Solutions, Video Surveillance, Housings & Mounts, Housings
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