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13th January 2021 Issue no. 540

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New battery solutions for Fixed and Redeployable CCTV applications from MEL Secure Systems

* MEL3-tubes-camera.jpgMEL Secure Systems, the leading developer of surveillance and security solutions, has introduced a new range of battery solutions for CCTV applications. Designed to meet the needs of system integrators and installers, they deliver market-leading performance in a wide range of overt and covert CCTV and ANPR applications. They can also be used also used for temporary radio stations and Wi-Fi networks.

The new battery tube solutions fully charge in 4 hours providing sufficient power to run all day and have been designed for rapid mounting on street lighting furniture. The battery tubes have aluminium housings, are IP65 rated for use in any outdoor environment and are available in a range of sizes. They contain lithium-ion batteries with capacities from 94-188 Ah. A compact case-mounted lithium-ion battery, with a capacity of 44 Ah, is also available for use with mobile surveillance equipment in overt and covert operations.

A case mounted charger is used to quick-charge the lithium-ion batteries. Alternatively, the larger battery tubes can be specified with a built-in charger and integrated cooling fan for direct connection to a powered lamp post. This allows them to be charged during the night, switching over to battery power during daylight hours.

According to Peter Druzyc, Managing Director of MEL Secure Systems: "These new quick charge battery solutions have been designed to meet the requirements of system integrators and installers and are compatible with all commonly specified CCTV cameras. Weighing substantially less than other batteries, they will deliver enhanced performance in a wider range of applications."

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18th April 2012




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