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SHOT Show 2010: ATN Brings Advanced Thermal Imaging System

January 22, 2010
American Technologies Network Corp. (ATN) brought its fusion system to SHOT Show 2010 as a thermal imaging innovation for officers.

SkeetIR-VO Thermal Monocular

January 14, 2010
Available through Morovision Night Vision, the SkeetIR-VO (viewer only) is a credit card-sized thermal monocular that displays true 320x240 resolution using one DL123 battery. This small, powerful thermal monocular has an operational runtime of more than three hours and a system weight of 6.5 ounces.

IACP 2009: Best of Show

December 22, 2009

Here's a quick look at some of the latest and greatest products that caught the eyes of our staff as they walked the aisles of the show.

Night Vision vs. Thermal Imaging

December 14, 2009

This video illustrates benefits, advantages, and disadvantages of thermal imaging when compared to traditional night vision devices.

U.S. Night Vision Introduces ATAC 360 Thermal Camera

December 4, 2009
The ATAC 360° utilizes a 320x240 resolution FLIR camera. The system can see man-sized targets from over 1,500 feet, according to the company.

Meprolight to Launch New Version of Advanced Uncooled Thermal Weapon Sight

November 4, 2009
Meprolight, a provider of innovative weapon sights, today announced that it will launch a new version of its NOA uncooled thermal weapon sights (X4 and X7 magnification) at Milipol, the international exhibition of internal state security, to be held in Paris, France, November 17-20.

Trijicon Announces New Thermal Imaging Scope that Works with ACOG

September 10, 2009
Trijicon has announced the availability of a new thermal imaging rifle scope. The Trijicon Advanced Combat Thermal Sight (ACTS) is the world’s first system providing soldiers with high-definition uncooled thermal sighting with up to 4X magnification for long-distance nighttime operations.

Mobile IR Camera

August 12, 2009
Priced under $7,000 for a complete system, the new ATAC 360-degree Advanced Thermal Acquisition Camera from P&R Infrared can detect man-sized objects from more than 1,500 feet away in complete darkness and through smoke, fog, rain, and other adverse atmospheric conditions.

FLIR Systems Introduces H-Series Hand-held Thermal Cameras

July 13, 2009
The 320x240 core enables the camera to see heat rather than light. The thermal camera is available in two models—the patrol and command—offering multiple lens options for each. The H-Series features a two-sided hand strap, brightness control adjustment, and the ability to switch the display from black hot and white hot.

Insight Tech-Gear Offers Grant Writing Support

May 14, 2009
Insight Technology, the world's leading provider of tactical lasers, illuminators and thermal imaging equipment, announced it is offering its law enforcement and public safety customers assistance with the grant writing process.

Extra Sensory Perception

March 1, 2009

Advances in thermal imaging and night vision equipment are making these great law enforcement tools less expensive and easier to use.

Multi-Purpose Thermal Imager

December 1, 2008
L-3 Communications, Infrared Products announced the launch of its much-anticipated Thermal-Eye Renegade-320 thermal imaging system. This single thermal imaging device can multi-task as a handheld, a tripod-mounted surveillance system, and a thermal weapon sight. The new lightweight system provides six hours of operation on four CR123 batteries.

Thermal Imaging Camera

August 1, 2008
The ruggedized Mini Thermal Monocular-V2, Insight’s law enforcement camera model, assists in the detection, recognition, and identification of potential suspects or victims. Its compact, lightweight form and excellent image quality make the MTM-V2 a versatile tool for reconnaissance, surveillance, and search and rescue.

FLIR Systems Introduces Ultra 9HD Airborne Thermal Camera

July 17, 2008
Ultra 9HD features FLIR's large-format 640x480 InSb thermal imaging array with a 1.2-degree narrow field of view, and a high definition 1920x1080 daylight camera. FLIR's unique dual-channel optical path couples the high-def daylight camera with a long range 640X480 EMCCD low-light imager.

NOPTIC Vehicle-Mounted Thermal Imaging Camera

May 1, 2008
The rugged NOPTIC thermal imaging camera, manufactured by Autoliv, is a compact, low priced, high-resolution surveillance tool. The device’s spotlight-mounting location (patent pending) makes it easy to use.

Tacsight S2

January 1, 2008
The Tacsight S2 hand-held thermal imager is Bullard’s newest design for law enforcement. For covert surveillance in darkness, you can dim the display or even turn it completely off and view images through an attachable eyepiece.

Thermal Imaging Cameras

October 1, 2007
The Dräger UCF 1600 and 3200 Thermal Imaging Cameras are suitable for use in the harshest operating environments. The camera provides clear detailed images even in smoke-filled environments and offers two transparent color (TC) operating modes for high and low temperature ranges.

L-3 Communications Infrared Dual-Sensor Camera

June 1, 2006
The Thermal-Eye 2400xp unites visible and thermal imaging in one camera. The 2400xp uses L-3’s Gold-Standard Barium Strontium Titanate (BST) thermal imaging technology to provide a clear 320-by-240-pixel image, while the high-resolution, fully automatic charge-coupled device (CCD) visible camera is equipped with a 25X optical zoom and 12X digital zoom.

Bullard TacSight SE35 Thermal Imager

March 1, 2006
The Bullard TacSight SE35 thermal imaging camera is designed especially for surveillance applications. Users can implement several special features of the SE35 with the touch of a button, including 4X digital zoom, image enhancement, and reverse polarity.

Heat Seekers: Thermal Imaging

August 1, 2005

The technology known as thermal imaging senses heat using infrared—a part of the light spectrum the unaided human eye cannot see—and displays it on a screen as images in varying shades of gray.

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