Draeger introduces new thermal imaging camera
Oct. 7, 2011 – The Dräger UCF 7000 thermal imaging camera is a technologically advanced camera that is intrinsically safe and has been approved for use in potentially hazardous and explosive settings.
The camera was designed to aid personal navigation in the most challenging and dangerous environments. Advanced construction and circuitry measures ensure that the camera will not be a source of ignition, earning UL approval.
With the UCF 7000, responders can quickly assess hard-to-reach areas. Optimized image processing provides a quick overview in seconds. The ‘snapshot’ function captures a temporary freeze-frame thermal image which can be viewed on the display. This feature makes it possible to ‘see around corners’ when freedom of movement or field of view is limited. An integrated laser pinpoints hazards and aids communication between responders.
For more information, visit www.draeger.com.
October 7, 2011
By Fire Fighting in Canada
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