Due to our years of experience in the development and production of CCTV video surveillance systems for shipbuilding our products conform to the standards of well-known certification and testing bodies all over the world. Our quality is additionally ensured by on-going tests in our in-house test facility as well as by the constant further development and consistent improvement of our products. Here you can download the certificates.
Before a camera can be used on a ship, it should conform to the requirements of DNV GL, the leading classification society for the maritime shipping industry. Due to the high quality standards, our CCTV system has successfully passed the extensive testing process, in which our cameras were tested for seawater resistance, vibration and electromagnetic compatibility, among other things. We are one of only a few manufacturers of CCTV video surveillance systems for shipping that can provide this certificate.
Our system has approved the tests for the following classes:
|Temperature||A (PCs, Switch, Monitor); B*, D (Cameras)|
|Enclosure||A (PCs, Switch, Monitor); C, D (Cameras)|
Regular testing and recertification of our cameras ensures that all improvements we make within the product life cycle conform to the requirements of DNV GL. This enables us to consistently meet our high quality standards.
The BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) is the national Indian certification body and is responsible for awarding the BIS certificate. It is the leading and most important authority for the standardisation of quality standards in the Indian market.
Together with our subsidiary in India (WISKA India Pvt. Ltd.), we have had our CCTV video surveillance system tested by the certification body. Our cameras successfully passed the test according to applicable requirements and received the BIS certificate. We are looking forward to great projects with our Indian customers and partners in the future.
WISKA cameras of the series CH-xxxx, CS-xxx and Dxxx have successfully passed a number of tests which correspond to the maritime applications of the DNV GL. The requirements according to MIL 810G are fulfilled in equivalent test methods.
This applies to the following sections:
501.5 high temperature (up to 55 °C)
502.5 low temperature (up to -30 °C)
507.5 Humidity (up to 93%)
510.5 Sand and Dust (Up to IP6X)
524 Freeze + thaw (down to -30 °C (heating))
528 Mechanical vibration for marine equipment (2.3g)
512.5 submersion (IP67 / IP68 up to 2m 30 minutes)
The U.S. Military Standard (MIL-STD) 810 provides a series of tests to simulate how products hold up to environmental stress during their operational lifetime. It has been revised several times over the years and includes different testing methods that cover audits from temperature to vibration and shock exposure.
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