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|Series||Gyro 200 Series|
|Dome Type||Continuous Rotation|
|Pan Speed o/ sec||15|
|Tilt Speed o/ sec||12|
|Rotation Angleso||Tilt: up to 10 - down to 100 degrees|
|Physical Specifications||Weight g: 3.75kg|
|Environmental Specifications||Protection: IP65|
|Model Info||11 Way Phosphor Bronze on Stainless Steel Slip Rings. Manual and auto pan. 250mm in diameter the Gyro 202 range of pan and tilt domes are designed to house compact cameras up to 165mm in length. The smoked outer dome constructed from a rigid 3mm neutral density blown acrylic, allows distortion free viewing with a slotted black ABS inner shroud providing complete anonymity of any camera and lens housed within. A tilt angle of 100 deg is provided although a lesser angle may be achieved vi a simle adjustment to the microswitch. The 201 series which has a manual, continuous rotation or random autopan function with three leds fitted to the moving plastic shroud to mimic manual operation.|
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