The Canon OWH1-P Outdoor Wall/Pole Housing is designed specifically for use with the Canon VB-C50Fi Static Network Camera. Not only does the OWH1-P help you protect your VB-C50Fi, but it also allows you to deploy it outside. Designed for outdoor use, this dome housing lessens regular wear-and-tear and protects your camera from both moderately-inclement weather and intentional manipulation or vandalism. To add further security, the OWH1-P allows for sleek and tidy feed-through wiring for both the power supply cord and the Ethernet cable. For added convenience, the OWH1-P has side hinges that allow you easy access for focusing or adjusting your camera.
This outdoor housing is constructed of a durable, white, extruded-metal top shield with a tough black metal mounting bracket. Easy to install, the OWH1-P has a wall-and-pole style mount that allows the housing to attach to most vertical surfaces. This unit also features a right-angle power plug and a 24-volt AC input for when you require longer-distance cable runs. Included in the OWH1-P are heater and blower units to maintain a good operating environment for the camera, which allows it to operate in temperatures ranging from minus-20 to 120-degrees Fahrenheit. This unit has a total electrical power capacity of 40 VA (Volt-Amperes), and includes a plug-in 110-volt AC to 24-volt AC wall transformer.
- Construction: Extruded metal
- Mounting style: wall-and-pole mount for vertical surfaces
- Total electrical power capacity: 40 VA
- Network connection: Ethernet
- Operating temperature: -20 to 120 Fahrenheit
The Canon OWH1-P Outdoor Wall/Pole Housing is the easiest and most cost-effective way to protect compatible Canon surveillance cameras. The OWH1-P even includes a built-in power converter that provides 12-volt DC power to your camera, as well as all the necessary camera-mounting hardware.
About Surveillance Camera Housings
Most video surveillance systems can be deployed for outside use when a proper camera housing is used. Key features for housings are a blower/fan to keep the camera cool in the summer, and a heater for the cold-weather months and to keep the glass from fogging up. Most housings can accept many types of security cameras. An outdoor dome housing is used for external mounting when tamper resistance or pan/tilt functionality is desired.