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Light weight hand held thermal imaging for police and security use

FLIR Systems Ltd : 17 November, 2009  (New Product)
Foot patrols can now benefit from shock-resistant hand held thermal imaging cameras from FLIR to assist them with detailed night vision
Light weight hand held thermal imaging for police and security use
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The H-Series are handheld shock-resistant thermal imaging cameras. They produce a crisp image in the darkest of nights. Thanks to the H-Series, security professionals and law enforcement officers can see suspects in total darkness, through light fog and smoke, and light foliage.

The H-Series are excellent tools for walking patrols that need to secure industrial sites or borders, customs and law enforcement officers and all others that need to see what is happening in total darkness, in all weather conditions, without being seen themselves.

The H-Series are extremely affordable units. From now on, everyone can afford thermal night vision. Price is no longer an issue. There is no need anymore to use less effective night vision technologies.

The H-Series produce thermal images of 320 x 240 pixels on which the smallest of details can be seen. Advanced internal camera software delivers a crisp image without the need for user adjustments.

Weighing only 660 grams, the H-Series are extremely compact and extremely light systems. They are ideal for go-anywhere operations, in all circumstances. They are IP67 rated and operate between -20°C and +60°C.

Ergonomic and easy-to-use, the H-Series are fully controlled with just 5 buttons on top of the unit. Conveniently placed, all buttons are right underneath your fingertips.

The H-Series have an autonomy of over 5 hours. They work on 4 rechargeable AA NiMH batteries. The H-Series can also run on standard commercial of the shelf non-rechargeable Alkaline or Lithium Ion AA batteries. In operation, the H-Series is a totally silent unit. A shuttered eye-piece allows the operator to remain fully covert, In total darkness.

The HS-324 is equipped with a 19 mm lens providing a 24° field of view. It offers an excellent combination of range performance and situational awareness. For longer range performance, the HS-324 can be equipped with a 2X extender which offers a 12° field of view.

Users that want to see farther can choose for the HS-307. Equipped with a 65 mm lens, providing a 7° field of view, it allows the user to spot a man-sized target at a distance of 1.5 kilometer away.

Both versions are equipped with a 2X digital zoom allowing you to have an even closer look at the situation when necessary.

The standard version of the H-Series contains all necessary features for covert surveillance. To see without being seen, in all weather conditions, in the darkest of nights. Users that want to do more than just seeing an image can choose for the

The Pro version of the HS-324 and HS-307 comes with a number of useful features such as: image and video storage for evidence gathering, a USB2 connection and a real-time clock.


Image intensification, also referred to as I2 technology, amplifies small amounts of visible light thousands of times so that objects can be seen at night. Image intensification does require a certain level of ambient light, but even starlight can produce an image on a cloudless night. Because the system requires at least a minimum level of ambient light, conditions such as heavy overcast can limit its effectiveness. Similarly, too much light may overwhelm the system and reduce its effectiveness.

Thermal imaging cameras like the H-Series offer some benefits over image intensification. They work by detecting the heat energy being radiated and need no light at all to produce a clear image in the darkest environments. Thermal imaging cameras are not affected by the amount of light so that you will not be blinded when looking at a light source.
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