A thermal imaging camera is a thermal camera that records the different infrared radiation emitted by each object, which vary in function of temperature.
It is thus able to reproduce the surface temperatures of the object pointed own or to show the flow of heat present on a wall, when there is a heat source behind it.
A thermal camera can be used in different situations (Fire , People Search , Protection , Training).
Liteye Thermal Pan and Tilt Cameras
The Aquila MMTI mini is a RUGGED, short-range Thermal Imager.
The Aquila MMTI utilizes a VOx uncooled 17µm pitch 320 x 240 microbolometer resistant to solar damage, and is available in two different lens variants:
Aquila MMTI (mini) 320 with 16° lens, # 1-MMTI-320-16P;
Aquila MMTI (mini) 640 with 24° lens, # `-MMTI-640-24P.
The Aquila RUGG is an ultra-RUGGED, short-range Thermal Imager.
The Aquila RUGG utilizes a VOx uncooled 17µm pitch 320 x 240 or 640 x 480 microbolometer resistant to solar damage, and is available in three different lens variants.
The FM12 mask, initially developed for NATO operations, has already become the most widely adopted respirator across the world by numerous military and law enforcement organizations.
The Avon fire hardened FM54 Air Purifying Respirator provides Specialist Operators maximum level of protection to the face, eyes and respiratory tract from Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN), Riot Agents, Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICS) and Toxic Industrial Materials while maintaining extreme user flexibility as mission profiles change.
The clear material gives a non-threatening appearance, aids with recognition of the wearer and also allows for superior visual communication.
Twin low-profile filters on a unique hinge system feature the latest filtration media which reduces breathing resistance and a front reflector makes it easier to identify colleagues in low light environments.
Cooled multi-functional handheld thermal binocular