FLIR Systems

FLIR has added a number of enhancements to its F-Series and PT-Series security cameras, including a totally new and user-friendly web interface, an enhanced level of security with three login levels, and continuous e-zoom functionality.

E-zoom functionality is now added to all 640x480 versions of the F-Series and PT-Series cameras. This means that there are no more fixed intervals while using the zoom functionality. Users can now stop at any zoom position that they like. The e-zoom appears as a very smooth and continuous image along the entire zoom range. Other new features include the new web interface that offers a live streaming video page and webbased camera controls (for pan-tilt-zoom functionality, preset and scan lists, AGC presets and much more), and enhanced security with three login levels (user, expert and admin).

FLIR F-Series

F-Series thermal security cameras let you see intruders and other threats to your facility clearly in total darkness and in bad weather. Fully enabled for control and operation over digital and analogue networks, F-Series thermal imaging cameras are available in 160 × 120, 320 × 240, and high-resolution 640 × 480 formats, providing up to sixteen times the image clarity and longer threat detection range performance than lower resolution cameras.

FLIR PT-Series

Network-Ready Pan-Tilt, Multi-Sensor Thermal Security Cameras PT-Series thermal security cameras let you see intruders and other threats to your facility’s security clearly in total darkness and in bad weather. The PT-Series precision pan/tilt mechanism gives operators accurate pointing control while providing fully programmable scan patterns, radar slew-to-cue, and slew-to-alarm functionality. Fully enabled for control and operation over digital and serial networks, PT-Series thermal cameras are available in 160 × 120, 320 × 240, and high-resolution 640 × 480 formats, providing up to sixteen times the image clarity and longer threat detection range performance than lower resolution thermal cameras. Multi-sensor configurations also include a day/night 36× zoom colour CCD camera on the same pan/tilt package.

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