How It Works
The Dotworkz environmental housing brings unsurpassed protection to surveillance cameras from harsh outdoor environments, vandalism and physical damage. The Dotworkz Ring of Fire interior heated system will prevent cameras from freezing in climates down to -60°F (-51°C).
Unlike traditional heated enclosures that normally fog up or ice over, the Ring of Fire features patented de-icing/defrosting circuitry that removes snow and ice that would obstruct the camera’s view. Plus, the Ring of Fire housing seals out all moisture, preventing lens condensation and fogging.
By keeping cameras within their safe operating temperatures, the Ring of Fire extends camera life, allows full mobility of PTZ functions, and reduces cold weather maintenance. In addition, the thermostatically controlled heating system with self-contained power supply can be customized for specialized environmental and equipment needs.
Our trusted 3 Stage Temperature Stabilization System is the reason why no other company can match our protection level for your camera and equipment against the all temperature environments. Extreme cold takes extreme measures – count on the only enclosures with Ring of Fire thermal protection!
Providing consistent climate control assures peak performance of cameras in harsh weather conditions. The Ring of Fire is an essential solution for cameras installed at ski resorts, government facilities, northern border crossings, cell towers and other outdoor applications in cold regions.
- Thermostatically controlled De-Icing and Heating element
- Extreme Outdoor Weather protection down to -60°F
- Vandal Tough IP66 and IP68 Outdoor Rated Polycarbonate Thermal Plastic case
- Heavy duty, non metallic, non corrosive, flame resistant protection with lockable cover
- All Ring of Fire products have the MVP (Multi Volt Platform) as standard.
The Dotworkz product line is optimized for a wide range of video cameras including all powerful Pan Tilt and Zoom (PTZ), mini dome, fixed, static, IP, as well as the latest HD/Megapixel network cameras.