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Thermal imaging cameras for security and surveillance FLIR SR-Series FLIR F-Series FLIR PT-Series W NE FLIR Compact D-Series

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FLIR Systems: the world leader in thermal imaging cameras FLIR Systems is the world leader in the design, manufacturing and marketing of thermal imaging systems for a wide variety of commercial, industrial and government applications. FLIR Systems’ thermal imaging systems use state-of-theart infrared imaging technology that detects infrared radiation - or heat - enabling the user to see in total darkness, in practically all weather conditions. We design and manufacture all of the critical technologies inside our products, including detectors, electronics, and special lenses ourselves. Rapidly...

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more than meets the eye Infrared - part of the electromagnetic spectrum Any object that has a temperature above absolute zero (-273.15 degrees Celsius or 0 Kelvin) emits radiation in the infrared region. Even objects that we think of as being very cold, such as ice cubes, emit infrared radiation. We experience infrared radiation every day. The heat that we feel from sunlight, a fire or a radiator is all infrared. Although our eyes cannot see it, the nerves in our skin can feel it as heat. The warmer the object, the more infrared radiation it emits. Our eyes are detectors that are designed to detect...

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Thermal imaging cameras: a cost effective solution for perimeter protection Today, the challenge to CCTV professionals is to make sure that video footage is effective on a 24/7 basis, 365 days a year. Securing an area during the daytime is one thing. But what happens during the night? And in weather conditions like fog, rain and snow? What can be detected if CCTV cameras are blinded by the sun? Whatever solution or technology is chosen for securing an area, they all have their advantages and disadvantages and some technologies are more expensive than others. To get a full picture of the Total...

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Thermal imaging cameras: a wide variety of applications See in total darkness Because everything generates heat, thermal security cameras can see as well at night as they can during the day. Cameras dependent on visible light are useless at night or in poor visibility without supplementary illumination from lights or lasers. Thermal image Normal vision See through obscurants Thermal energy passes through many obscurants including smoke, dust, modest foliage and light fog. The thermal camera can see this person clearly through the fog, but the standard visible light color camera cannot. Thermal...

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Perimeter intrusion or areas too large to illuminate Border applications, power generation facilities, refineries, and airports have perimeters that can encompass miles of real estate. Thermal security cameras provide an effective, economical solution for securing these vital areas, day and night. Thermal image Normal vision See more during the day Conventional TV cameras rely on color contrast to provide enough information for the viewer to detect a threat. Even at moderate ranges, weak contrast can render these cameras useless. Thermal cameras do not have this limitation. Thermal image Normal...

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How far can you see with a thermal imaging camera? With thermal cameras you can clearly see anything you would see with a conventional camera, and more, day and night. But, how far can you see? We get asked this question more than any other, and it is a reasonable one. Unfortunately, it does not have a simple answer. A thermal camera’s range performance is a combination of many factors including target size, lens focal length and atmospheric conditions, to name just a few. No other manufacturer offers a wider variety of lenses than FLIR Systems. This means that whatever your application might...

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With thermal imaging cameras, image quality matters. The simple fact is: not all thermal security cameras are created equal. One of the most important parts of a thermal imaging camera is the detector. Most of FLIR Systems' thermal imaging cameras for security and surveillance applications contain an uncooled Vanadium Oxide (VOx) microbolometer detector. Although other material can be used for producing microbolometer detectors Vanadium Oxide outperforms all of them. Vanadium Oxide microbolometers offers superior image quality in every environment. They even allow you to look directly at the sun...

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FLIR Application examples FLIR thermal imaging cameras are used for a wide variety of security and surveillance applications. Ports, airports, warehouses, (petro)chemical installations, and many others, they can all benefit from the power of thermal imaging cameras. Following are just a few examples of how our customers are using FLIR thermal imaging cameras for perimeter protection. If you would like to know more about any of these applications or if you would like to read about other applications for thermal imaging, please ask for our full application leaflets. BASF - Germany FLIR thermal imaging...

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Solar park - United Kingdom Solar farm surveillance enhanced with FUR thermal imaging cameras The number of solar parks In Europe is increasing as the demand for renewable energy is rising To ensure good The FLIP, PT-313 thermal imaging camera can be used to visibility of intruders in the surveillance system, even at night or in adverse weather conditions, they included detect a man-sized target from a distance of up to 880 thermal imaging cameras in its solar park protection system. meters, ensuring that no intruder will go unseen. Fossil - Germany FUR thermal imaging cameras help secure Fossil...

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FLIR Thermal imaging cameras for security and surveillance Thermal imaging cameras create a virtual security fence. Nuclear plants, petrochemical installations, warehouses, ports and airports, they are all vulnerable to theft or even worse terrorist attacks, and can be protected by thermal imaging cameras. Thermal imagers can detect potential threats for assets and personnel in total darkness, in all weather conditions. You can spot intruders, without being seen yourself. FLIR Systems offers a full range of thermal imaging cameras for industrial security and surveillance applications. Whatever...

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