Long Distance Mobile LWIR/MWIR Thermal Camera LRF Laser 8MP 49X Optical Zoom Ultra HD Came
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The Eclipse boasts numerous zoom lens options up to 272mm, and multiple sensor resolutions available from Full‑HD up to 8MP 4K. Paired with up to 2000m of ZLID illumination or a day/ night thermal imaging camera up to 120mm, this camera system
offers remarkable nighttime surveillance performance. All of these sensors are integrated into a rugged IP66 weatherproof housing constructed of strengthened aluminum. The Eclipse can withstand some of the harshest climates, making it ideal for
perimeter security, homeland defense, and coastal protection.
› Long-Range Day/Night PTZ Camera System
› 2MP, 4MP, 5MP or 8MP High-Resolution CMOS Sensor
› HD Lens with 30X, 32X, 36X, 38X or 49X Optical Zoom
› Optical Field of View Options ranging from 36° to 1.2°
› ZLID™ for up to 2km Night Vision in Complete Darkness
› LWIR Thermal Imaging for Long-Range Detection up to 3km*
› Integrated Heater for Operation in -30°C to +60°C
› Wiper and Rugged IP66 Weatherproof Housing
› High Resolution Pan/Tilt for Smooth Operation
› Pelco-D and RS485 Control
› Integrated Optical Fog Filter on select models
› Magnetic Mount › GPS & 4G Cellular Transmission
› Vibration Mount › Integrated Internal Storage
› Laser Rangefinder › Wide-Angle 90° 4K Spotter Camera
See Further with Thermal
An optional thermal imager lets you see further than any other night vision technology. Unlike traditional visible cameras, thermal imaging uses heat rather than light to see objects. Humans, animals, and vehicles are hot in contrast to most backgrounds, making trespassers hiding in shadows or bushes easy to spot. Thermal images are also unaffected by bright light and have the ability to see through atmospheric obstructions such as smoke, dust, and light fog. This makes it an ideal technology for many applications, including surveillance and security, search and rescue, fire, marine and land navigation, wide area situational assessment and much more.
12μm VOx Thermal Imager
The Eclipse utilizes a cutting-edge 12μm VOx uncooled sensor, giving the camera a narrower field of view without changing the lens. The smaller 12μm pixel pitch achieves a 40% further range than 17μm sensors or 200% further range
than older 25μm sensors. The high sensitivity sensor detects differences in temperature ±0.05°C, and its no-maintenance VOx design, unlike ASI and other thermal cores, is self healing and resistant to solar damage.