Imenco releases naval PTZ


ODIN features the latest technology in intelligent imaging and video streaming and uses an advanced 1/2.8” STARVIS CMOS sensor with a Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) and exceptional low light performance.

ODIN key specifications:

  • 30x optical zoom, with 16x digital zoom and ultra-low light sensitivity of 0.01 Lux in colour day mode
  • Auto ICR switching to night mode for extended ultra-low light (0.0001 Lux) sensitivity with monochrome imaging

An ultra-rugged, naval 3MP IP colour Pan, Tilt & Zoom CCTV camera with integrated wiper, pedestal assembly, local junction box, and interface cable assembly.

“We have seen the need for a low-cost military PTZ for some time now” said David Fleming Marine & Naval Projects Group Manager for Imenco UK Ltd.

“ODIN has been in the making for two years, so we are extremely happy to bring it to the market. This rugged PTZ is the perfect camera for both external monitoring and situational awareness above decks on naval ships, and is particularly well suited for flight deck surveillance” David Fleming explained.

Paul Scott working with Marine and Naval Projects added “We are pleased to see that ODIN has successfully been qualified to meet the strict US Navy requirements of MIL-S-901E ‘Hammer’ shock test, MIL-S-167-1A ship vibration, MIL-S-810G environmental & MIL-S-461G EMI for surface ships,”

Our advanced technology is supported by an experienced project management team and Imenco’s global network of offices in key maritime locations, ensuring smooth delivery, installation and on-going support for our customers.

Imenco emphasis to be present where our customers are, and we are presently increasing our establishment from todays extent. We are present in Haugesund, Bergen, Voll, Narvik, Aberdeen, Wick, Broussard and Singapore, with agents in many other areas.

Imenco is a privately owned company with headquarters close to Haugesund, Norway.


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