Silent Sentinel - Cameratech gives engine testers a clearer view with Silent Sentinel Oculus Cameras

Cameratech gives engine testers a clearer view with Silent Sentinel Oculus Cameras

Jet engine tests at a servicing facility in South Wales are being viewed in close-up detail thanks to three Silent Sentinel Oculus high-speed ruggedised PTZ cameras installed by Cameratech Solutions Ltd.

Jet engine tests at a servicing facility in South Wales are being viewed in close-up detail thanks to three Silent Sentinel Oculus high-speed ruggedised PTZ cameras installed by Cameratech Solutions Ltd.

The precision CCTV system is allowing engineers to record and assess the performance of the engines in crucial wind-tunnel testing.

“When the wind-tunnel tests are underway our system has to deal with extreme noise conditions with a lot of vibration,” says Dave Brown, MD of Cameratech.

“Despite this we were asked to deliver high resolution, close-up images. We chose the Silent Sentinel Oculus because of their reliability and excellent image definition.”

Camretech Solutions specialises in bespoke CCTV and security system installations and the company has used Silent Sentinel Oculus for a number of surveillance projects.

The company’s latest installation is at a maintenance facility that serves some of the world’s leading airlines.

With their robust finish, built-in wiper and IP67 weather-hardiness rating they are suitable for the most demanding CCTV projects.

“Our cameras are increasingly being chosen for mission-critical projects such as this because they deliver reliable results where ordinary cameras would struggle,” adds James Henycrof, Silent Sentinel’s Sales & Marketing Manager.