GJD, one of the world’s leading manufacturers and designers of innovative LED Illuminators, is pleased to announce the launch of its new Clarius PLUS IP Infra-Red and White-Light LED lighting range for networked based security applications.
The range provides dedicated lighting for IP cameras via Power over Ethernet (PoE), providing a smart and integrated lighting solution. All models feature the latest dual core surface mount LED’s with enhanced optical output and an interchangeable lens diffuser system to deliver extremely clear night time images with no hot spots.
Clarius PLUS IP offers unbeatable levels of performance and seamless integration with third party VMS providers. Keith Fenwick, CCTV Lighting Director commented: “We are pleased to announce our new range of network illuminators. The Clarius PLUS IP range provides all the advantages of the standard Clarius, but with added secure IP technology for smart integration and easy installation with remote setup”.
In addition to the comprehensive features of existing Clarius illuminators, the IP models provide real time remote monitoring access via a user-friendly secure web-based interface. Adjustable settings include temporary power boost, light pulsing mode for intruder deterrent, and timer functions for energy and cost savings.
Each Clarius IP is built with a unique anti-vandal shock sensor to ensure optimal intruder deterrent. For example, if an intruder attempts to vandalise the illuminator by throwing a brick at the unit, the illuminator will automatically detect and alarm.
Designed with flexibility in mind, it comes with an interchangeable lens kit as standard. This useful installation feature allows the user to quickly and easily change the angle of illumination when on site.
The versatility of Clarius PLUS IP makes it perfect for a wide range of applications including protecting residential properties, commercial buildings and industrial sites, as well as rural and isolated areas.
All of GJD’s Clarius PLUS IP illuminators are covered by a five-year warranty, with a projected working life of over ten years.