IK10 Rated Cameras

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Sony’s Vandal-Resistant Cameras with
IK10 Rating
Sony’s Vandal-Resistant Cameras with
IK10 Rating
24 hours a day, 365 days a
security cameras
year, must keep on
working even in the most
challenging environments.
Camera attack before attempted car theft
Senseless vandalism on school campus
Warehouse intruder tries to avoid detection
Violent armed raid on a cash machine
Camera attack before attempted car theft
Warehouse intruder tries to avoid detection
Senseless vandalism on school campus
Violent armed raid on a cash machine
Buyer beware!
Not all ‘vandal-resistant' cameras
are created equal!
Some are IK10 rated, others are not!
What is Vandal Resistance?
Hard to break into
– Screws inaccessible without special screwdrivers
(Torx, Security Torx, etc.)
Hard to smash
– High impact resistance
Hard to smash
How do scientists measure impact energy?
–
In “joules”
–
1 joule = 1 watt-second = the impact of a small apple
dropped three feet
Hard to smash
How does industry rate impact resistance?
– International “IK code”
– Under specified lab conditions
– The enclosure must withstand five hits
– European standard EN 62262
– At specified impact energies (joules)
– International standard IEC 62262
– At specified attack angles
Cracking the Code
IK Code and Impact Energy
IK Code
IK00
IK01
IK02
IK03
IK04
IK05
IK06
IK07
IK08
IK09
IK10
Impact
energy
(joule)
*
0.14
0.2
0.35
0.5
0.7
1
2
5
10
20
Lowest
Rating
Highest
Rating
Cracking the IK Code
IK06 = 1 joule
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–
–
1.1 lb. (0.5 kg )
Plastic ball
Dropped 8 inches (20 cm)
Cracking the IK Code
IK08 = 5 joules
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–
–
3.75 lbs. (1.7 kg )
Steel ball
Dropped 12 inches (30 cm)
Cracking the IK Code
IK10 = 20 joules
–
–
–
11 lbs. (5 kg)
Steel ball
Dropped 16 inches (40 cm)
An IK10-rated camera can withstand an impact of 20
joules
Actual testing
Hammer weight:
11lbs (5kg)
Height: 16 (40cm)
An IK10-rated camera can withstand an impact of 20
joules
Actual testing
Hammer weight:
11lbs (5kg)
Height: 16 (40cm)
An IK10-rated camera can withstand an impact of 20
joules
Actual testing
Hammer weight:
11lbs (5kg)
Height: 16 (40cm)
Sony’s K10-rated vandal-resistant security cameras
SNC-DH110T
SNC-DH160
SNC-XM632
SNC-EM602R
SNC-DH210T
SNC-DH180
SNC-XM636
SNC-EM632R
SNC-DH260
SNC-XM637
SNC-VM602R
SNC-DH120T
SNC-DH280
SNC-HM662
SNC-EM601
SNC-VM632R
SNC-WR602
SNC-DH140T
SNC-EM631
SNC-WR632
SNC-DH220T
SNC-VM601
SNC-ER585
SNC-DH240T
SNC-VM631
SNC-ZM551
HD vs. Full HD
Even in your most demanding monitoring environments
Sony has the answer
SNC-DH110T
SNC-DH160
SNC-XM632
SNC-EM602R
SNC-DH210T
SNC-DH180
SNC-XM636
SNC-EM632R
SNC-DH260
SNC-XM637
SNC-VM602R
SNC-DH120T
SNC-DH280
SNC-HM662
SNC-EM601
SNC-VM632R
SNC-WR602
SNC-DH140T
SNC-EM631
SNC-WR632
SNC-DH220T
SNC-VM601
SNC-ER585
SNC-DH240T
SNC-VM631
SNC-ZM551
HD vs. Full HD
Sony does not guarantee that its network cameras can withstand multiple hammer impacts.
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