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Our domes are the highest quality domes, made in USA on highly automated equipment employing the best thermoforming technology and the best raw materials available. We stock a wide variety of domes that will fit most of the popular dome cameras sold since 1998.

Because we manufacture our domes in the USA, we can even make custom domes on demand for older systems or for any other application requiring a dome. We stand behind our products with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Free shipping within the continental USA is standard for all domes smaller than 12 inches (300 mm) diameter.


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You need a replacement dome and you’ve got questions. You’ve come to the right place. Forming substrate plastic into high-quality optical domes that are designed to protect cameras is a precision science that many people may not fully understand. Here are answers to the most common questions customers ask about replacement domes.

Dome Wizard ConfigurationNeed to replace a dome but don’t have the exact specifications on hand? The dome configuration wizard can help. Anyone can use the wizard by entering a few of their dome's obvious physical characteristics, even if information like the manufacturer or part number is not available. The wizard then uses the data you have to whittle down the potential options and help you select the ideal replacement option quickly and easily. 

When a dome has reached the end of its life because it is heavily scratched, foggy, cracked, or otherwise damaged, there are several options for replacement. Choosing the correct option requires an understanding of the materials and how they react to different applications. To get the best performance and longest life out of your dome, it’s crucial to consider how you intend to use it to select the most appropriate materials. Follow this guide to learn how to make the right decision.

This is a straightforward question, and the answer is not difficult either. We most commonly produce camera domes in thicknesses of 1.5mm, 3.0 mm, and 4.5 mm. They are used as follows: The thinnest dome measures 1.5 mm (0.060 inches) at the flange. In acrylic this dome can be fairly brittle and therefore is only suitable for interior applications such as casinos, banks, retail and office environments ... [read more]

These two polymers are extremely similar in appearance, yet their physical properties are quite different making them naturally suited to totally different applications. Acrylic is more naturally suited to camera domes and other similar applications where its superior optics and hardness and lower cost are appropriate. Polycarbonate is more naturally suited to applications such as playground domes where the extreme abuse tolerance is needed, especially for safety reasons..... [read more]

NOVUS Plastic Polish & Cleaners can be purchased directly from their website at www.novuspolish.com. They offer a variety of polishers for all plastics dependent on each plastic cleaning need. Instructions for how to properly clean using this product is listed on their website as well. ... [read more]