LED Perimeter Lighting System Includes Infrared Capability

The system's infrared illumination setting boosts the effectiveness of night vision-capable CCTV systems.


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The system's infrared illumination setting boosts the effectiveness of night vision-capable CCTV systems.
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New Product Flash: Night Owl Perimeter Lighting System From CAST Lighting

LED Perimeter Lighting System Includes Infrared Capability

CAST Lighting has added the Night Owl Perimeter Lighting System to its line of LED exterior lighting systems. Because not every security scenario calls for visible light, this new fence-mounted perimeter lighting system is capable of on-demand switching between Infrared (IR) and Visible Light settings. The IR illumination setting significantly improves the effectiveness of night vision-capable CCTV systems.FE-NPFlogo

Night Owl™ provides facility management and security professionals choice and flexibility in various intrusion situations and can be integrated with monitoring systems and activate upon predetermined triggering events. 

Features include:
12-24 Volt System
Quality Cree LEDs
60,500 Hour Life (L70)
Field Adjustable IR & White Light setting
Dual circuits for IR & White Light

infrared perimeter security lighting

There are currently two fixtures with selectable Visible/ Infrared lighting capabilites. There are the CAST Lighting CPL12XIRWHD and CPL14XIRDW (Hi-Power) fixtures, which are mounted to the top of fence posts (up to 4” diameter).

All parts of the CAST Perimeter™ NIGHT OWL™ Lights are replaceable and
upgradeable. Should the LED array or driver fail, then the body or base can be replaced or repaired in the field without special tools or training. New technology can be incorporated into the fixture in the future.

For facilities concerned with light pollution, these fixtures hold an IESNA Cut-Off Classification of Full-Cut off (0% above Nadir). These are also Dark-Sky Compliant (MLO) for reduction of light pollution and light trespass.

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