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FIRE FIGHTING CAMERA

ISG E 380

            

 

FIRE FIGHTING CAMERA

ISG E 380

            

 

ABOUT

Overview

Firefighting Specific Engine Technology

At the heart of the E380 is ISG Infrasys’ new SIGMA engine technology driving all of the sensor’s 110,592 pixels to achieve crystal clear image quality in the harshest firefighting environments. The E380’s temperature range is the widest in the industry enabling clear imaging of scenes and objects in excess of 1,000°C (2,000°F).

Intelligent Focus

With Intelligent Focus, firefighters have the ability to focus the E380 directly on objects of interest and watch the camera adjust automatically to the scene. Just point the centre cross hairs over the object of interest and watch the E380 enhance that object’s clarity automatically. No user adjustment required, just point the camera and let the camera self-adjust.

Hot Spot Tracker

Hot Spot Tracker (patent pending) identifies the hottest object in the scene, tracks it, and displays its relative temperature. Simply point the camera at any scene and watch the blue crosshair detect the hottest object in the scene. The temperature of the object is displayed on the LCD. This feature is very useful for size-up operations, overhaul, and all other situations where automatically identifying hot objects is vital to safety.

Thousand Plus Mode

When the E380 is subjected to ultra-high temperature scenes, Thousand Plus Mode is automatically enacted to deliver crystal clear imaging in scenes exceeding 1000°C (2000°F). This feature is extremely important when the harshest conditions are encountered. With Thousand Plus Mode, firefighters can image ceiling temperatures in excess of 1000°C (2000°F) to identify impending collapse, or to help find the exit during flashover.

SPECIFICATION

Physical Characteristics

Dimensions (L x W x H): 209 x 150 x 110 mm (8.3” x 5.9” x 4.3”)
Shell material: Radel® High-Heat Thermoplastic
Hand strap material: Kevlar
Rubber Parts: Neoprene
Weight with Battery: 1.3 kg (2.9 lbs)
Water Resistance: IP67, Immersion up to 1 metre (3’)
Drop Tolerance: 2.0 m, (6'6”)
Intrinsic Safety: UL Class 1 Div 2

Infrared Characteristics

Detector: Super-High Resolution Microbolometer
Detector Array Format: 384 x 288
Sensor Resolution: 110,592 Pixels
Spectral Response: 8 µm to 14 µm
NETD: 50 mK Nominal
Effective Temperature Range: Over 1,000°C (2,000°F)
Scene update rate: 50 Hz (PAL)
IR Protective Window: Germanium
Field of view: 54°
Update Rate: 5,529,600 Scene Elements per Second

Electrical Characteristics

Start Up Time: Under 10 Seconds
Battery Technology: Rechargeable Lithium-ion
Battery Time: Better than 3.5 Hours
Recharge Time: 2 Hours
Sleep Mode: Not Required

Operational Characteristics

Image Optimisation: Automatic, no operator adjustment required
Modes of Operation: Tri-mode with Intelligent Focus
Colourisation: Transparent Colour
Standard DTM: Measures Centre Pixel Area up to 1,000°C (2,000°F)
Hot Spot Tracker (patent pending): Floating point cursor reporting the hottest spot in the scene
Zoom: 2X, 4X Digital Zoom
Digital Video Capture: > 3.5 Hours Video or > 500 Still Images

Display Characteristics

Display Technology: Colour liquid crystal display (LCD)
Display Size: 89 mm (3.5”)

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