Dome Camera has vandal-resistant design

Dome Camera has vandal-resistant design.

March 17, 2005 07:39 - In 6.7 x 5.8 in. footprint, IK-VR01A features IP66-rated metal housing that withstands impact and tampering. Offered with modifiable mounts and domes, unit provides color video in various lighting environments, featuring lowlight sensitivity to 0.4 lux and 50 dB signal-to-noise ratio. Imaging system includes 1/3 in. CCD with 480 TV line resolution; varifocal lens; and day/night (color cut) imaging for 24/7 surveillance.


Toshiba Launches Easy-to-Install Vandal Resistant Dome Camera

IRVINE, CA, MARCH 1, 2005 – Surveillance cameras designed to monitor criminals often turn into the target of their attacks. That’s why Toshiba has introduced its new IK-VR01A, a vandal-resistant dome camera featuring a rugged metal housing that withstands heavy impact and tampering, plus is IP66 rated for water- and dust-resistance.

Ideal for tackling vandal-prone areas in malls, airports, schools, public buildings or prisons, the Toshiba IK-VR01A offers security professionals sharp color video in a variety of lighting environments. Key features of the imaging system include a powerful 1/3-inch CCD that delivers 480 TV lines of resolution, a high-quality Vari Focal lens, advanced day/night (color cut) imaging to enable 24/7 surveillance, lowlight sensitivity to 0.4Lux, and a clean 50dB signal-to-noise ratio that optimizes its performance with a digital video recorder.

Installers will appreciate the camera’s stylish appearance, compact (6.7 x 5.8 inches) footprint, modifiable mounts and domes, and simple analog connectivity. The labor saving mounting enables fast, hassle-free installation virtually anywhere, including into a wide variety of electrical junction boxes. Plus, the IK-VR01A is literally four cameras in one: customers are given the choice of tinted or clear dome covers, as well as either flush or surface mounting.

The Toshiba IK-VR01A camera is expected to ship in March 2005. MSRP has not been determined. The camera package includes tinted and clear dome covers, the mounting base, manual, monitor out harness wire, and necessary hardware.

For more information and the name of a local Toshiba Security & Network Video distributor, call 1-877-696-3822. Or visit


With headquarters in Irvine, California, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. (TAIS) is comprised of multiple divisions that provide computer, communications and imaging products and services. Products include industry leading portable computers, PDAs, mobile computing accessories, storage subsystems, digital business telephone systems, voice mail, security systems and projectors. TAIS provides sales, marketing, services and manufacturing for its wide range of information products in the United States and Latin America. TAIS is an independent operating company owned by Toshiba America Inc., a subsidiary of Toshiba Corp., which is a world leader in high-technology and integrated manufacturing of electrical and electronic components, products and systems. Toshiba has global sales of more than $40 billion and more than 300 subsidiaries and affiliates worldwide.

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