Explosion Proof Cameras for Safe and Streamlined Monitoring

Remote monitoring in hazardous environments is a safe and effective way to access and operate critical systems.

Larson Electronics offers high-quality explosion proof cameras to help streamline processes and keep workers out of harm’s way in potentially dangerous locations.

Our line of explosion proof cameras includes:

  • Analog cameras
  • IP cameras with infrared night vision
  • Thermal cameras

These cameras come with optical and digital zoom functionalities and can be used with additional networking equipment such as DVR and NVR systems for video recording, simplifying the surveillance or remote observation of tanks, vessels, reactors and more.

Our explosion proof cameras and monitoring systems can be fully customized to fit the unique demands of your operation.

For more information about our custom options contact us today, or visit larsonelectronics.com to learn more.

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