Rainbow CCTV News

ISO Integration helps Chapman Medical Centre to improve hospital security with IP surveillance system

The project is allowing IP cameras from Avigilon to operate alongside existing analogue cameras at the hospitalISO Integration, the installation arm of Rainbow CCTV, has recently completed a camera surveillance project for the Chapman Medical Centre in Orange County, California.The project is allowing newly-installed IP cameras from Avigilon to operate alongside existing analogue cameras at the hospital that are still fit for purpose. ISO Integration has been able to protect its client's investm...

Rainbow’s auto iris domes promote safety at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Centre

The cameras have a 4 ~ 9mm lens and are protected from attack by a tough aluminium housing and IP66 domeHigh resolution vandal-resistant colour dome cameras from Rainbow CCTV are being used at a convention centre in Rosemont, a suburb of Chicago. The 550-TV line units have a 4 ~ 9mm lens and are protected from attack by a tough aluminium housing and polycarbonate (IP66) dome. Three hundred and fifty of the cameras have been installed by local integrator Omni-1 Electronics, Inc., with the princip...

Rainbow’s CCTVs spread surveillance cheer over HSBC’s Mexico City branches

The footage provided by the Rainbow wide dynamic cameras is recorded on stand-alone DVRs from March NetworksOver 3,000 of Rainbow's 1/3" wide dynamic range cameras have been used by HSBC at branches in Mexico City. These are tailored units whose firmware suits lighting conditions created by the client's glass-clad buildings. The cameras are modified versions of Rainbow's WDL54D models which capture highlight and shadow detail in the same scene while also offering true day-night images...

Rainbow at school in Bray, Ireland

Rainbow’s new OCL Series outdoor colour DSP cameras have been installed in Ireland at a prestigious private school, St Gerards, in Bray near Dublin. The application of the Rainbow DSP cameras is at a new build project forming an extension to the main school and catering for first-grade pupils.  The cameras are operating from the school's entrances, stairwells and playground, serving a building, which has a split-level structure with eight classrooms.  Images are monitored...

US Eastern Seaboard enlists help from Rainbow CCTV

Over 800 camera units have been installed at the loading centreVandal-resistant mini dome cameras from California-based Rainbow CCTV have been installed at loading centres operated by leading transportation company South-eastern Freight Lines. South-eastern Freight Lines are a prominent less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier in the general commodities sector with a fleet of 2,700 tractors and 7,850 trailers which allows the company to consolidate freight from multiple shippers into single truckloads....

Bullet cameras from Rainbow CCTV are contributing to security at site designed by Frank Lloyd Wright

Rainbow CCTV's bullet cameras are part of an IP-addressable solution for SC Johnson headquarters in RacineThe units are pole-mounted at gate entries as part of an IP-addressable solution for SC Johnson at its Wisconsin headquarters in Racine on the shore of Lake Michigan. The cameras are fitted to a network video server which allows them to form an integral part of an IP-based video system. SC Johnson staff with widely differing job functions from various site locations are able to access a...

Rainbow CCTV lenses used on Naval battleship

 Motorized zoom lenses from Rainbow are being used on the new Type 45 destroyerMotorized zoom lenses from California-based Rainbow are being used on the new Type 45 destroyer which will be the largest and most powerful air defence destroyer ever operated by the British Royal Navy. The first of the vessels, HMS Daring, sailed into Portsmouth, England, last month to be greeted by a 15-gun salute and thousand of well-wishers including schoolchildren from across Hampshire.The 7,350-tonne w...

Rainbow will display its range of integrated CCTV products at IFSEC 2008

Rainbow comes to IFSEC 2008 (stand 16030) knowing that installations of its equipment extend even to the exhibition venue itself - the company's zoom lenses are used on PTZ assemblies throughout the NEC complex.The company's distribution is worldwide.  Recent applications feature public transport in BP petrol stations across the UK, throughout Dublin city centre and the Channel Tunnel.  Further afield, cameras have been used on the mass transit system in Mexico City.The Rainbow stand w...

Rainbow play their part in Sweden

Colour cameras from California-based Rainbow have been installed at automotive stores throughout Sweden.  The client, Micro AB, sells car accessories and spare parts direct to motorists.  (In the UK the company would equate to Unipart and in the US the equivalent would be Pep Boys, Kragen Auto Parts or Trak Auto.)The stores are using Rainbow's 1/3" colour DSP 460 line cameras which can function at a minimum illumination of 0.3 lux in high gain mode at F1.2 and come as PAL or NTSC...

Rainbow docking on western seaboard

Fixed focal length lenses from Rainbow are being used for cargo recognition at major harbours on the western seaboard.Ports including Los Angeles, Long Beach, Oakland, Tacoma and Seattle are using manual iris and dc auto-iris lenses from the California-based manufacturer in assemblies created by Rainbow's client Hi-Tech Solutions.  The SeeContainer product from Hi-Tech Solutions features at port recognition projects across the globe, monitoring container markings through proprietary optical...

Rainbow in retail watchdog system

Privately funded CCTV systems in public areas are gaining increasing acceptance, with more and more neighbourhood or special-interest groups pooling funds to install cameras.  Eureka (California), Zurich in Switzerland, the London Borough of Enfield, and Belfast in Northern Ireland have all seen surveillance equipment sponsored by businesses and neighbourhood watchdogs.A current example is occurring in south side Milwaukee where a major thoroughfare, National Avenue, is benefiting from day-...

Racehorses monitored by Rainbow's bullet cameras

Rainbow's bullet cameras are monitoring some of the finest racehorses in the world at stables in Kentucky, USA.  The cameras are allowing breeders to observe mares during the crucial days of foaling and have been installed at several leading breeders by local integrator Barney Miller's.   A notable site is Glen Ridge Farm, Lexington, where a prominent breeder is using the cameras in nine stalls and reviewing images at night from the comfort of their home on a hard-wired system wit...