The rugged blind spot vision system is designed to perform in sub-zero temperatures with a built-in heater and corrosion-resistant design to provide video coverage on fleet vehicles in any environment. - Photo: Pro-Vision

The rugged blind spot vision system is designed to perform in sub-zero temperatures with a built-in heater and corrosion-resistant design to provide video coverage on fleet vehicles in any environment.

Photo: Pro-Vision

Pro-Vision Video Systems announced the release of its Zone Defense Ultimate Canadian Vision Solution on March 31. The Ultimate Canadian Vision Solution from Zone Defense is designed and tested in Canada during the harsh winter to ensure it’s ready to perform in the most extreme conditions, including temperatures below -40° F.

The system is designed with waterproof and corrosion-resistant steel, in addition to a heater that automatically turns on when the ambient temperature falls below 50° F.

The camera’s heater also runs on its own separate power. This allows the heating element to remain active to protect the camera – even when it isn’t in use – to eliminate any viewing delays on the weatherproof monitor. The monitor also features built-in heaters to ensure there’s no delay in getting camera views on the monitor to see blind spots and prevent accidents – even if the vehicle sat outside in the cold overnight.

A wide 150-degree field-of-view and built-in SMART IRs for crystal-clear night vision ensures drivers have the clear images they need to monitor blind spots and prevent accidents. The Ultimate Canadian Vision Solution can also be used as a singular solution or it can be easily implemented as part of a multi-camera safety system, providing the flexibility needed to meet the unique safety needs of fleets of all sizes.

This system can be attached to a digital video recorder with multiple options for uploading and storing data.