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Rugged thermal camera for outdoor use

Firstsight Vision : 07 May, 2008  (New Product)
Uncooled EYE-SEC 30-90 camera available from Firstsight Vision enables outdoor surveillance operations due to rugged design.
Firstsight Vision has announced the availability of the new EYE-SEC 30-90 from Opgal Optronic Industries. This high sensitivity, yet rugged, uncooled thermal camera is one of a range of new security related thermal options from Opgal and is designed for outdoor civilian and military surveillance, detection and protection applications. The EYE-SEC 30-90 can be used as a stand-alone camera or as an OEM sensor to be integrated into a surveillance system. Custom models are also available.

The new camera offers a dual field of view to provide flexibility for a wide range of security applications. Intruder detection at 550 m and recognition at 200 m is possible with a field of view of 15deg x 11.4deg, while detection at 1650 m and recognition at 600 m can be achieved with a field of view of 5deg x 3.8deg.

The EYE-SEC 30-90 can be fixed, mount or integrated into a pan and tilt device. It is capable of withstanding the harshest weather and environmental conditions, including rain, direct sunlight, high humidity and dust. Secured within a metal enclosure and protective connectors, the camera is shock resistant and impervious to acts of vandalism.

The new system is designed for night time surveillance of sensitive sites and areas. These include national borders, airport boundaries, railroads, pipelines, oil terminals, electrical power plants, communication transmitters and prisons.
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