ASA Electronics introduces new Voyager camera

ASA Electronics introduces new Voyager camera

ASA Electronics is adding the VCMS20B full color camera to its line of heavy-duty Voyager observation equipment.

According to the company, the VCMS20B uses a 1/3-in. CMOS sensor and 19 LED lights to help deliver a high-quality, full-color image even in low-light conditions. Other features include aluminum housing that is corrosion resistant with an IP69K waterproof rating for jobsite use; a built-in microphone and a switch that allows you to choose a normal or mirrored image; and measurements of 1.61-in. tall x 1.82-in. deep x 2.75-in. wide. The VCMS20B runs on 12 Volt DC power and uses a mounting footprint that is identical to earlier Voyager cameras, including the VCMS155B, for easy updating.

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