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[Mars of War in Monitoring] The Fire Buster: Thermal Imaging Dual-Spectrum Medium-Load PT Camera
According to the statistics of the fire department, there are nearly 200,000 smoking-caused fires in recent 10 years, with uncountable losses of life and property.
As the leader in making uncooled infrared chips, InfiRay has developed the IRS-PT4 series thermal imaging dual-spectrum medium-load PT camera for remote fire prevention, featuring infrared thermal imaging, HD network visible light, and smart PTZ. The camera aims to become the "Mars of war" in monitoring, to prevent risks and keep people's life and property safe.
The Infrared Gene in the Mars of War
The InfiRay thermal imaging dual-spectrum PT camera has the "infrared gene", which is the InfiRay® 12μm high-performance infrared detector. The detector can normally operate in various conditions such as glare, backlight, and low illumination, and is not affected by smoke, rain, snow, haze, and other harsh weather. In both night and day, the advanced infrared image algorithm can provide clearer video images of farther distance, used for fire rescue, border control, water monitoring, and other fields.
Killing Skill of the Mars of War
The thermal imaging dual-spectrum medium-load PT camera has HD vision: It is equipped with the 4-megapixel ultra-low illumination CMOS and 35× optical zoom HD IP camera, to implement full-period HD binocular monitoring of the target area. In addition, the maximum thermal imaging resolution is 1.3 megapixels (1280×1024), which is in the leading position of the industry. This camera leads the industry into the "HD era" of thermal imaging and helps the industry to move forward.
For the wide-range and wide-FOV use, the PT camera's "all-seeing eye" helps achieve the ultra-remote distance detection: with the 75mm fixed-focus or 25 to 75mm continuous zoom infrared lens, it can remotely detect the moving target in a distance of over 10km.
The thermal imaging dual-spectrum medium-load PT camera is equipped with the IP66 "armor". Its operating temperature range is from -40°C to 70°C. Multiple protection methods of lightning protection, surge protection, and spike protection make it suitable for operations in wildness/border, sea defense, and other complex and harsh environments.
Intelligent Equipment for the Mars of War
The thermal imaging dual-spectrum medium-load PT camera, known as the Mars of war in monitoring, is equipped with the intelligent fire identification algorithm, which quickly locates the fire and effectively filters out the interference of the environment to effectively, accurately, and promptly generate alarms and prevent the fire before happening. In forest fire prevention and straw burning prohibition, it can quickly locate the fire through the smoke to determine the fire location and range, so that people can get to know the fire at an early time for prompt control and extinguishment.
The product also has a built-in smart video analysis algorithm, supporting smart functions such as tripwire intrusion, area intrusion, and abandoned/moved object detection. The false-positive rate is low, and alarms are accurate. Multiple triggering rules can be configured for alarm triggering and linkage operations such as image capturing, video recording, and track after the target enters the detection area.
Ultra Clear, Ultra Secure The release of the IRS-PT4 series thermal imaging dual-spectrum medium-load PT camera further enriches the product family of InfiRay. InfiRay will continue to complete the product line to satisfy the needs of the video and IoT-based sensing product market, ensuring social security and safeguarding our home.