Orlaco has rolled out a new shock-resistant ethernet camera with a lightning-fast 100 Mb/s connection, the company said. The images produced by the EMOS are displayed in real time, and the camera is suitable for use in extreme conditions. It is designed for use on trucks, cranes, heavy construction and mining equipment and semi-automatic or remote controlled vehicles.

Orlaco's EMOS camera is small, light and energy efficient. It is available with angles of view of 180°, 120°, 90°. The 60° and 30° angels of view will be introduced to the market later this year. The new camera can be set up and operational within two seconds.

The EMOS carries CMOS chip technology and contains integrated corrections, such as automatic white balance, photometric and geometric lens correction, mirror imaging and the ability to rotate images 180°. The camera is shock-resistant, vibration-resistant and can handle temperatures from -40 to +85º C.

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