Monday, March 19, 2012

FLIR Thermal Night Vision

FLIR Systems thermal imagers are powerful tools in the fight against crime. They allow officers to see suspects in total darkness, through smoke, moderate fog, and light foliage. A FLIR handheld thermal imager allows you to see the suspect, without revealing your location. If your agency already has an airborne unit using a FLIR camera, you will understand the power of this technology.

The new FLIR H-Series Bi-Ocular camera gives law enforcement officers the ability to see more and see farther in infrared than with other low-light night vision goggles. Featuring a full coverage eyepiece, inter-ocular adjustment, ergonomic comfort, straightforward controls, and the rivaled performance that only FLIR can deliver, the FLIR H-Series Bi-Ocular is a must-have for extended patrols, covert surveillance, critical infrastructure protection, and high-threat security missions.

Unlike traditional night vision, thermal imaging technology detects radiation and temperature differences. That means you can see even in pitch black, as well as through smoke, light fog and foliage. Your FLIR H-Series Bi-Ocular includes:

  • Quick-Disconnect Modularity: Choose one or all of the following lenses: 35 mm, 65 mm, and 100 mm. Raised rubber sleeves and captive low-profile lens caps protect your lens investment.
  • Extended Range Options: Standard 320 x 240 with 2x digital e-zoom is powerful enough for you to detect a human about 2 kilometers away. Optional 640 x 480 resolution comes with up to 4x digital e-zoom that is powerful enough to detect a human almost 2.5 kilometers away.
  • Fast Power & Battery Swap: Latched door offers quick access to batteries. “Snap” FLIR Scout BHS Bi-Ocular onto its quick-release hot shoe to switch instantly to AC power.
  • Standard Photo & Video Capture: One-touch recording, focus, and zoom is a necessity in the field when your target is on the move. 
FLIR Systems also offers grant opportunities for various government agencies, which significantly decrease the cost of purchase.  To apply for a grant, click here.

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