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  • COTI Small Clip-On Thermal Imager - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    technology Since COTI mounts on currently existing NVD s with a bracket the clip on technology allows increased capabilities without the need to refit helmets with special equipment Small and lightweight The small and lightweight design consumes very little power providing extended use Additionally COTI being waterproof to 20 meters and with it s rugged construction can withstand the harshest environments Adds thermal capability When added to a standard I system COTI enables the user to detect thermal sources and improve situational awareness Even in pitch black no light adverse environmental conditions recognition range extends dramatically With COTI the user is even able to see into darkened openings and detect residual heat situational awareness at the highest level COTI and Standard Issue NVDs The COTI enhances the functionality of currently fielded NVD s by adding a thermal image overlay to the I scene without modifying existing hardware This addition of thermal imaging capability provides two major benefits thermal detection capabilities while using most NVD s increased situational awareness in extreme low light no light or foliated conditions where I devices are limited Additionally the COTI system contains a powerful internal micro processor that permits custom configuration of the unit The variable user configuration enables the best mission centric performance DOWNLOADS Datasheet COTO Quick Reference Guide SPECIFICATIONS Sensor 320 x 240 pixel uncooled LWIR microbolometer Pixel 25um Refresh Rate 60Hz Weight 150 gms 5 8 oz including battery Dimensions 140 x 38 x 76 mm Magnification 1x optical unity Fielf of View 20 circular centered Range Performance Thermal Range Clear Obscured Detection 500 m 500 m Recognition 300 m 300 m Wavelength 8 12 μm Battery 1x 3VDC Lithium type CR 123A Battery Life Operating time one battery 3 0 h 23 C Operating time auxiliary battery pack 8 0 h

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  • TIU 2 Thermal Imaging Camera | Thermal Imaging Monoculars - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Day Night Detection Totally Light Level independent CCTV system compatible Various objective lens options Thermal band 8 14 microns VMD compatible Fully Waterproof Uncooled thermal engine Easy installation Remote focusing facility Ideal for permanent and temporary installations Compatible with all CCTV systems via BNC out IP66 rated housing complete with heater and plate for pan tilt connection Thermal camera designed specifically for the law enforcement security market TIU2 is a thermal CCTV camera which functions as any CCTV camera but operates in the thermal band Compatible with existing and new CCTV control systems TIU 2 represents the ultimate in day night CCTV detection Accessory Control box with gain level focus polarity Related Products DOWNLOADS Datasheet FEATURES Gain automatic selectable Uncooled 320x240 detector Hybrid ferroelectric staring focal plane array detector 8 14 micron spectral wave band 12 volt DC input VMD compatible Environmentally protected IP66 sensor only NETD 08 degrees C Polarity control black white hot PAL composite video output Description TIU2 150 TIU2 150 is a low cost high quality thermal camera operating in the 8 to 14 micron wave band for security applications during day and night Image resolution of 320 x 240 pixels and horizontal angle of view of 6 degrees mean that the TIU can detect a person up to 1 3 km away 24 hours a day in conditions of reduced visibility due to rain mist dependent on water particle size or smoke TIU can also be used in fire prevention by detecting heat build up hot spots and creating an early warning through alarms TIU2 is a fully enclosed camera head and housing for integration into any new or existing surveillance system Available in the following configurations TIU2 25 25mmF1 Germanium lens Angle of view 36 degrees Minimum focus 1m Focus motorised TIU2 75 75mm

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  • Mini DANOS - Day & Night Observation System - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Thermal Imaging combination to day time Colour Day Camera Thermal Imaging Mini DANOS is a low cost man portable modular system for short and medium range applications in field and urban situations The lightweight system utilises selectable combinations of Thermal Imaging Image Intensified Night Vision and colour zoom sensors Sensor combinations are selected and controlled remotely by the operator from a simple user friendly control box which also operates the pan tilt head The instantly selected sensor video image is displayed remotely on a rugged waterproof 6 4 high resolution TFT LCD monitor Autonomous power is supplied from rechargeable battery pack or from any 12 VDC supply Supplied in ready to use Ruggedised IP66 housing ready Variable speed pan tilt head OPTIONS Thermal Cameras Detector type 320x240 Hybrid Ferroelectric Uncooled Staring Focal Plane Array Spectral range 7 14 microns NETD 08 degrees C NETD 08 degrees C Polarity control black white hot Gain automatic selectable Environmentally protected IP66 Motorised focus Composite PAL video output TIU2 75 75mm F1 lens Angle of view 12 horizontal Angle of view 9 vertical Minimum focus 2m TIU2 100 100mm F1 lens Angle of view 9 horizontal Angle of view 6 6 vertical Minimum focus 4m Night Vision Image Intensified Camera High resolution monochrome 1 2 CCD 570 TV lines Composite PAL output 10mm 160mm F2 5 16x zoom ratio lens Motorised zoom focus Environmentally protected IP66 Supplied with Gen 2 HyperGen XD 4 XH72 or XR5 Image Intensifier Tubes Day Camera High resolution 1 3 CCD colour sensor 0 2 Lux 480 TV Lines Composite PAL output 10mm 160mm F2 5 16x zoom ratio lens Motorised zoom focus Environmentally protected IP66 FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS SYSTEM COMPOSITION Modular 3 sensor head comprising Thermal Imaging camera Night Vision Image Intensified Camera Day Colour Camera Motorised Pan

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  • Mini TIU Thermal CCTV Camera | CCTV Sensors - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Product Catalogue Download Tube Substitution Useful Links CONTACT Catalogue Products Thermal Imaging Thermal Imaging Cameras Enlarge Mini TIU Thermal CCTV Camera Description At a cost unheard of before now it is possible to install a high tech solution to the problem of true day night surveillance Mini TIU is a compact thermal imaging camera designed for use in 24 hour surveillance systems where detection is essential Available in two models wide and narrow Mini TIU represents a breakthrough in CCTV Mini TIU can be installed as part of a new or existing CCTV system and is compatible with all ancillary equipment including receivers multiplexers and pan tilt systems Mini TIU is housed in an environmental housing designed for external use It can fit directly to and pan and tilt unit and requires simple cabling directly or via a telemetry receiver Physical Characteristics Mini TIU is housed in an environmental housing IP66 designed for external use It can fit directly to and pan and tilt unit and requires simple cabling directly or via a telemetry receiver From the same stable as the TIU2 Thermal Imaging camera DOWNLOADS Datasheet download APPLICATION NOTES Customs Perimeter Surveillance Movement Detection Industrial Commercial Civic Security Border Control Law Enforcement Portable Crowd Surveillance Diplomatic and VIP Security Outdoor Event Security SPECIFICATIONS Focal plane array Amorphous Silicon Bolometer Resolution 160 x 120 pixels Spectral response 7 14 microns Thermal sensitivity Start up time 5 seconds Contrast brightness automatic Detection Range wide 8 5mm lens 90m FOV 35 degrees v narrow 25mm lens 305m FOV 12 degrees v Video output PAL Input voltage 12Vdc Consumption 1 2w INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENTS CONTROLS Australian New Zealand procurements There are dispensations of UK Ministry of Defence export restrictions for resident purchases by non government end users re export from Australia requires both Australian

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  • TRICAM 1500 Triple Sensor Camera | Night Vision - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    to provide the optimum single sensor for the prevailing conditions Colour for day time surveillance offering high resolution detail and long range identification Low Light Monochrome Image Intensified Night Vision Colour Imagery Ready for installation Composite PAL video output Cost effective employing only one lens Lightweight Clear identification of persons at 3km s Free standing or integrated with any CCTV system Selection of infrared IR Enhanced Monochrome extends day use to dusk and dawn and Intensified Night Vision facilitates the darkest part of the night Sensor camera selection is conducted with end user input and the system is designed to be compatible with existing or new standard CCTV equipment DOWNLOADS tricam 1500 pdf SPECIFICATIONS Optical Lens 12 5mm 1500mm including 2x extender f3 8 T3000 auto iris Continuous zoom Focus 5m to infinity Sensors Colour 480 TV lines Minimum illumination 0 2 lux 1 3 sensor Monochrome 570 TV lines Minimum illumination 0 00015 lux 1 2 sensor Intensifier Camera 570 TVL 1 2 sensor 5 optional tube performance levels Physical Dimensions 233 mm wide x 225 mm high x 650 mm long Weight 8 1kg Tripod mount Standard UNC thread P Tilt mount 4 pca Environmental Waterproof To IP67

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  • Glossary of Terms | Night Vision - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    Russians make are distortion free since they do not have fiberoptics twister Divergence The shifting of an observer s eyes outward Electronic Noise Also known as Scintillation A faint random sparkling effect throughout the image area Scintillation is a normal characteristic of microchannel plate image intensifiers and is more pronounced under low light level conditions Equivalent Background Illumination EBI This is the amount you see in an image tube that is turned on but there is no light at all on the photocathode it is affected by temperature where the warmer night vision device the brighter the background illumination EBI is measured in lumens per square centimetre lm cm2 wherein the lower the value the better The EBI level determines the lowest light level at which you can detect something Below this light level objects will be masked by the EBI Eyepiece Lens The eyepiece lens focuses the image from the fiber optic inverter on to the eye by adjusting for individual eye acuity There are two eyepiece lens assemblies in current systems the 15 mm and the 25 mm eyepiece lens assembly Tests show the larger eyepiece is more effective This lens assembly is designed to provide some adjustment for the user to compensate for minor vision deficiencies i e diopter adjustment However the assembly does not correct for all eye deficiencies and does not replace the need for wearing prescribed spectacles or contact lenses Eye Relief The focus range distance between the user s eye and the eyepiece lens of an optical device at which the viewed scene can clearly be seen Exit Pupil In an optical system the rays of light passing through the system will be limited by either the edges of one of the components such as the eyepiece lens or by an internal aperture The image passing through the entrance side of the optical system is the entrance pupil The image passing out the exit side is the exit pupil This image forms a small disk containing all of the light collected by the optics from the entire field of view Fiber Optic Inverter A bundle of microscopic light transmitting fibers twisted 180 degrees Field of View FOV The width or spatial angle of the outside scene that can be viewed through the intensifier tubes measured laterally and vertically Typical NVGs have a 40 FOV There are NVGs in development that attempt to increase this FOV significantly in an effort to enhance pilot performance An example of a wide FOV NVG would be the Panoramic NVGs Figure of Merit FOM Image Intensification tube specification designation calculated on line pair per mm X signal to noise Fixed Pattern Noise FPN A faint hexagonal honeycomb pattern throughout the image area that most often occurs under high light conditions This pattern is inherent in the structure of the microchannel plate and can be seen in virtually all Gen II and Gen III systems if the light level is high enough Focus Range The range within which an optical device can be adjusted or focused on a target Gain Also called brightness gain or luminance gain This is the number of times a night vision device amplifies light input It is usually measured as tube gain and system gain In any night vision system the tube gain is reduced by the system s lenses and is affected by the quality of the optics or any filters therefore system gain is a more important measurement to the user Gallium Arsenide GaAs The semiconductor material used in manufacturing of the Gen III photocathode GaAs photocathodes have a very high photosensitivity in the spectral region of about 450 to 950 nanometers visible and near infrared region Generations of Image Intensifiers Image intensifier tubes are classed by generation GEN numbers assigned by the US Army s Night Vision Laboratory Each GEN denotes a new technology or manufacturing process that improved since the previous generation GEN I Vietnam Era technology GEN I has the most distortion and the least tube life GEN I image tubes are most commonly found in imported night vision devices GEN II 1960s development of microchannel plate MCP amplifier component provided the needed breakthrough for high gain and small size GEN II 1970s development increased image tube bias voltage to improve gain Additionally a glass faceplate was added to improve resolution GEN III 1980s development provided substantially improved gain and a bandwidth that reached farther into the near IR region Improvements in the microchannel plate MCP and a gallium arsenide photocathode greatly enhanced tube life and performance GEN III Generally referred to as GEN III Enhanced 1990 s improvements in the photocathode and MCP resulted in increased gain and resolution Not a generally accepted term but used herein for brevity Highlight Shutoff An image intensifier protection feature incorporating a sensor microprocessor and circuit breaker This feature will turn the system off during periods of extreme bright light conditions Honeycomb See Fixed Pattern Noise Image Disparity This condition may exist when there is a difference in brightness between the two image intensifier assemblies within the same binocular Image Distortion This problem is more easily detected in high light conditions Image distortion is evidenced by vertical objects such as trees or poles appearing to wave or bend when the user moves his head vertically or horizontally when looking through the goggles Ground surfaces in the direction of hover may appear to swell or sink Distortion does not change during life of an image intensifier Limits on allowable distortion are an important part of performance specifications since excess distortion can interfere with viewing the image and thus with the operator s ability to perform necessary flight maneuvers Image Intensifier Tube IIT I2 A high vacuum electro optical device that collects photons and amplifies these as electrons This amplification of photons allows the viewer to see more light than without a night vision device Being an tube which detects amplifies light to produce a visual image Interpupillary Adjustment The distance between the user

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  • Useful Links | Night Vision - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
    works Night Vision Range Calculator Product Catalogue Download Tube Substitution Useful Links CONTACT US Useful Links Useful Links Manufacturers e2v technologies Electrophysics Corp Sofradir Group GSCI Pyser SGI Australian Law Enforcement Australian Security Intelligence Organisation ASIO Australian Federal Police AFP Australian Secret Intelligence Service ASIS New South Wales Police Northern Territory Police Queensland Police South Australia Police Tasmania Police Victoria Police Western Australia Police Australian Defence Australian Army Australian Department of Defence Australian Department of Defence Export Control Office DECO Defence Science Technology Organisation DSTO Royal Australian Air Force Overseas Law Enforcement Central Intelligence Agency Federal Bureau of Investigation Singapore Police Force US Department of Justice Overseas Defence British Army UK Ministry of Defence UK Royal Air Force UK Royal Navy United States Air Force United States Army United States Marines Corps United States Navy US Department of Defense Miscellaneous Law Enforcement Thermographer s Association Michaels Camera Video Digital National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Centre Special Operations Com US Department of State Defence Trade Controls Useful Resources Glossary of Terms How Night Vision Works Night Vision Range Calculator Product Catalogue Download Tube Substitution Useful Links Product Developments Product Development Updates Site Information Site Map Privacy Policy Add site to

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  • PRIVACY AND TERMS OF USE | Night Vision - Military & Law Enforcement Technologies
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