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FLIR Systems, Inc. introduces the FLIR FB-Series O fixed bullet thermal security camera designed for short to mid-range perimeter protection. The FLIR FB-Series O offers plug-and-play integration with FLIR United VMS and certified by other major third-party video management solutions, making it a versatile solution for new or existing security systems.

FLIR FB-Series O thermal security camera

Joining an award-winning line of perimeter protection thermal cameras, the FLIR FB-Series O thermal security camera features a 320x240 resolution thermal imaging sensor that detects potential intruders in total darkness, and through sun glare, smoke, dust, and light fog. Three separate lens options – 93, 49 and 24-degree field of views – provide narrow-to-wide coverage of fence lines, building perimeters, and open areas.

The FLIR FB-Series O integrates with FLIR analytic encoders such as FLIR ioi TRK-101 that help distinguish humans and vehicles, and FLIR ioi TRK-101 P PTZ Tracker that hand-off targets to thermal or visible pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ)-enabled cameras on the same network. Simultaneous IP and analogue video outputs are also available for use with network and legacy analogue systems. Advanced automatic gain control (AGC) and FLIR's Digital Detail Enhancement (DDE) provide optimal image quality in all scenes and by integrating with FLIR United VMS thermal configuration, alarm notifications are easily managed.

Enhancing perimeter protection

“The FLIR FB-Series O offers the security industry with a thermal camera that provides unmatched versatility,” said John Distelzweig, Vice President and General Manager of FLIR’s Security segment. “Certified by industry-leading video management systems, the FLIR FB-Series O allows you to incorporate the power of FLIR thermal imaging capabilities and enhance your perimeter security system regardless of size.”

The FLIR FB-Series O, which comes with FLIR’s industry-leading 10-year warranty on the thermal sensor and a three-year warranty on the camera body, will be available to order in August 2017 through established FLIR dealers and integrators.

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