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1 The Art of CCTV Lighting David Lambert

2 Agenda Introduction – Who are Raytec Technical Training –Sources of Light –Infra-Red v White-Light Specification Training –How to specify CCTV lighting –Recommendations for Typical Projects –Specifying Lighting for Fully Functional Domes –Evaluating Running and Maintenance Costs 3 Key Tips to Maximise Sales The Raytec Product Range Q&A

3 Who are Raytec? Established 2005 –25 years experience Specialist Manufacturer of CCTV Lighting –Infra-Red –White-Light Innovation + Illumination –Adaptive Illumination –Cool Running Thermal Management –SMT LED technology

4 Shaun Cutler – Managing Director Tony Whiting – Operations Director David Lambert – Marketing Director Over 25 years experience of developing, specifying, designing and selling lighting solutions for CCTV

5 Sources of Light

6 Incandescent Bulbs 10% efficient – 90% heat Halogen Bulb Halogen 15% efficient – 85% heat Extremely hot Both expensive to operate Both expensive to maintain

7 Sources of Light Fluorescent Lamps 40% efficient – 60% heat Lasts times longer than normal bulb Produces a flicker Contains mercury

8 Sources of Light HID Lamps 60-80% efficient – 20-40% heat Good colour rendition except low pressure sodium Slow start up

9 Sources of Light LEDs 80-90% efficient – 10-20% heat Fastest growing lighting solution Extremely low running costs Extremely long life Durable and Insensitive to vibration

10 Sources of Light NEW: SMT LED Technology All advantages of LEDs + More robust Better thermal management Allows higher power Uniform illumination

11 Infra-Red or White-Light

12 Infra-Red (700+ nm) Covert illumination for CCTV No light pollution Long Distance illumination Used with mono or D/N camera nm - visible red glow nm - faint red glow nm - invisible

13 Infra-Red or White-Light White-Light ( nm) Illuminate an area for CCTV Improve the lighting level of an area for key personnel Provide a welcoming environment Deter crime by illuminating a secure area Used with colour camera

14 How to Specify CCTV Lighting 1.Infra-Red or White-Light The purpose of the system governs which type of light to use

15 2.Set Max Angle too narrow creates a bright spot too wide wastes light and power

16 Setting Angle for Vari-focal lenses

17 3.Set Max Distance As angle increases distance decreases Always consider distance after deciding the angle needed

18 4.Camera and Lens Considerations Camera Sensitivity Spectral Response CCD Size Lens F-Stop Transmission

19 How to Specify CCTV Lighting 1.Infra-Red or White-Light 2.Set Max Angle 3.Set Max Distance 4.Camera and Lens Considerations

20 Typical Installations IR for the perimeter WL for dual purpose lighting IR WL Long range IR LED for max security 950nm covert IR LED for low maintenance IR

21 IR for long distances (!) WL for coast line IR 950nm for train tracks IR for escape hatches IR or WL Ultra wide angle ( °) IR WL IR WL Pulsed LED IR

22 IR for perimeters ANPR for access points IR WL Covert IR WL to illuminate dim areas WL for multi purposes Staff and Containers WL IR Covert IR PIR triggered WL IR WL

23 IR for perimeter WL for pedestrians IR WL IR to avoid light pollution WL for CCTV & residents IR WL NB: General Guidelines Only

24 Specifying Lighting for Domes There are 3 Possible Solutions: –Wide Angle Lighting –Target Area Illumination –Local Area Illumination Only wide angle illumination can be used to cover the cameras full range of movement

25 Specifying Lighting for Domes Wide Angle Lighting

26 Evaluating Ongoing Costs Traditional bulbs are expensive and LEDs offer huge savings Mains Driven BulbLow Voltage Halogen Bulb LED RAYMAX and RAYLUX Electrical Consumption500W200W80W Cost of Consumption*£110£44£18 Average Bulb Life5 months8 months10 years expected Bulb changes per year2.41.5N/A Approx Bulb List Price£75£60N/A Cost of Bulbs per year£180£90N/A Yearly Labour Cost**£96£60N/A Total Yearly Operational Cost£386£194£18 * Based upton 4,400 hours per year at 5p kw/hr ** Labour costs calculated at £40 per bulb

27 Evaluating Ongoing Costs Operational Cost Per Year Mains Driven Bulb Low Voltage Halogen Bulb LED RAYMAX & RAYLUX Potential Saving 1 unit£386£194£18£ units£3,860£1,940£180£3, units£7,720£3,880£360£7, units£19,300£9,700£900£18, units£38,600£19,400£1,800£36,800

28 Evaluating Ongoing Costs Potential saving on 1 illuminator of £368 per year Over ten years this is a potential saving of £3,680 for 1 illuminator Potential saving on 100 illuminators of £36,800 per year Over ten years this is a potential saving of £368,000 for 100 illuminators REMEMBER: LEDs also provide increased site security

29 3 Key Tips to Maximise Sales Include lighting in EVERY CCTV proposal Deliver benefits the customer wants: –Lower maintenance –Increased security –Lower running costs (projected cost savings) –Increased flexibility Take responsibility for all lighting –Infra-Red –White-Light

30 The Raytec Product Range

31 Distances up to 300m Latest SMT LED Technology 10 year life Cool Running thermal management Adaptive Illumination Fully controllable PSU

32 RAYMAX Infra-Red Up to 300m Low power consumption Guaranteed long life Even illumination Adjustable power on scene 850nm or 950nm Adaptive Illumination 10-20, 30-60, or °

33 RAYLUX White-Light Up to 100m Low power consumption Guaranteed long life Even illumination Adjustable power on scene C3 White-Light Adaptive Illumination 10-20, 30-60, or °

34 High Definition World first HD CCTV illuminators Increased Power on Scene Improved Image Quality Higher Definition

35 Why Raytec LEDs as the Flagship – the future of illumination – SMT for improved performance and reliability – Industries highest power LEDs using latest technology Backed by 25 years of design experience Performance Leadership –Adaptive illumination –High Definition Lighting –Industry leading lifetime and warranty Comprehensive Technical Support Most comprehensive range of lighting solutions for CCTV – Infra-Red –White-Light

36 Further Information The Raytec Product Guide The Complete Guide to CCTV Lighting Raytec in Action DVD Free Lighting Design Service Technical Support Team

37 Innovation + Illumination


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