06.16.2008 10:21 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Vaddio releases in-wall enclosures for robotic cameras

Vaddio, a manufacturer of PTZ cameras and camera control systems, has announced newly redesigned In-Wall Enclosures for a variety of the industry’s robotic PTZ cameras.

The enclosures are an attractive way to mount PTZ cameras on a wall where room aesthetics are critical. They use the depth of the wall cavity to recess the camera, minimizing the camera’s extension into the room.

The units simplify installation requirements as the contractor no longer has to build custom soffits or custom camera enclosures. Each enclosure comes with three conduit knockouts and a cable access slot for easy cable installation.

These systems are designed and sized to fit robotic PTZ cameras from Sony, Canon, Polycom, TANDBERG and LifeSize, as well as the Vaddio EZCamera Interface Module (EZIM). Each system consists of an in-wall mounting box and face frame that are both powder coated white, but can be painted to match any décor.

For more information, visit www.vaddio.com.

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