eneo thermal imaging: Risk identification from afar
The new eneo hybrid thermal imaging cameras are specialists for area surveillance and perimeter protection, because they capture the thermal signature of an object or body invisible to the human eye which allows them to identify potential intruders from a long distance, even in fog, rain, snow and smoke – regardless of the ambient light.
Numerous entry-level models with analogue and IP connectivity and different focal lenghts
eneo thermal imaging cameras come in a Candid Medium bullet housing as practical as it is elegant with IP67 protection and designed for fast plug & play installation. These are uncooled thermal imaging systems – the best economical solution wherever objects are to be detected at a maximum distance of 4 km. As opposed to cooled systems designed for much longer distances, uncooled thermal camera modules can operate maintenance-free over many years. They are available with a choice of 5 mm, 9 mm, 13 mm, 19 mm, 25 mm and 35 mm focal lengths with ranges from 330 to 4050 metres. Their thermal sensitivity lies at 50 millikelvin at an ambient temperature of 25°C.
There is no technology system question with eneo thermal cameras as they have analogue as well as IP connectivity. By the way, connectivity: each module also has an external USB port.
|Resolution||336 x 256 pixel resolution|
Voltage: 12 V DC, 24 V AC, PoE
Power Consumption: 12 W
|Focal Length mm||13|
|Mount Type||Wall, Ceiling|
Image Frame Rate: 8
Interface: USB and RS-422
|Y/ C (Video Output)||Composite|
Operating Temperature oC: -35 ~+50
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