M1D v4 Multi sensor HD IP flir PTZ gyrostabilized thermal IR imaging camera / EO-IR gimbal
Multi role HD long range day & night vision land, marine, airborne advanced
network IP 4K pan tilt zoom PTZ thermal imaging IR system
Custom Built long range flir thermal ptz cameras payload with
a large selection of long range Germanium IR Optical Lens options
The M1D v4 HD is an advanced IP network high speed PTZ multi purpose, affordable All Weather EO/IR Gimbal with Thermal imaging FLIR IR Camera,
VIS/NIR EO Low Light Level (LLL) Camera, Illuminator and image stabilization. The system is available in HDSDI / Analog or IP ETHERNET configuration with absolute positioning feedback. The M1-D v4 thermal camera is the latest multi sensor pan tilt infrared system from SPI CORP.
Available with active 0.04° Active multi axis GYRO STABILIZATION providing rock steady stabilization and with your choice of effective
65mm or 90mm thermal imaging lenses, 1000 meter Illuminators or 3. 5 KM Laser range finder.
The M1-D v4 is the first affordable micro PTZ camera to feature integrated thermal imaging camera (FLIR), CCTV camera and laser designator in an ultra compact rugged housing. The M1-D v4 is an all weather gimbal remote positioning gyrostabilized system suitable for mounting on a wide range of vehicles, vessels and stationary platforms. The M1-D v4 pan tilt zoom gimbal is the breakthrough product that you have been waiting for to satisfy your imaging needs 24/7/365.
The M1D roof mounted gyrostabilized thermal imaging PTZ flir camera is a great choice as a vehicle mounted FLIR camera for situational awareness, robot mounted thermal camera, ARFF truck, drivers vision enhancer DVE and search & rescue SAR applications.
The gimbal and all video feeds can be controlled and viewed via rugged
RTC2 mil-spec all weather touchscreen tablet for space saving and robust C2 controls.
The M1-D v4 PTZ thermal camera for drones platform is available with the latest in high resolution HD thermal imaging sensors to give you an unrivaled view of the world around you.
The M1-D has capabilities of full temperature measurement, Which aids in situational awareness and condition monitoring for industrial, commercial and security applications.
The M1D PTZ FLIR comes standard with high resolution ultra sensitive 640×512 FPA Thermal imager with effective 30mm germanium coated sealed optics. HD thermal IR and longer range optics available.
Ideal for Robots, UAV, UGV, SUGV, UAS, SUAS, mobile, marine, fixed applications.
The Micro M1-D v4 has an impressive 500x HD ultra low light VIS-NIR (400-1100 nm) EO sensor,
with the included IR illuminator you can use the system in absolute pitch darkness in EO mode and also see-through glass
windows along with gyro stabilization, the system is a very impressive manned or unmanned EO/IR solution. The system is a premier choice for robots.
|Image Sensor||Maintenance free LWIR Uncooled Microbolometer FPA|
|Lens||F:1 hardened, coated, anti glare Germanium|
|Lens||effective 15mm, 25mm, 35mm, 65mm, 90mm|
|FOV||Variable, depending on IR lens selection|
|Color Palettes||14 color plus mono styles|
|Detecting Range||Vehicle: up to 5500m
Man: up to 2500m
LONGER RANGES AVAILABLE
|Temperature measurement||Yes, Temperature measurement thermal camera-20℃ ~ +550℃|
|Accuracy||± 2℃ or ± 2% of reading|
|Measurement Modes||Global,spot, area, isotherm, line profile,alarm for temperature above or below|
|EO Imager||HD BSI CMOS VIS/NIR 400-1100Nm broadband, Low Light Level LLL with coated Black glass filtration|
|Window||Protective, anti glare Fused Silica 99%|
|Video Format(NET)||1080P/30, 1080P/25, 720P/60, 720P/50, 720P/30, 720P/25|
|Zoom||500 X to 750 X|
|Penetration||Anti haze, anti fog, anti glare, turbulence mitigation|
|Horizontal Field of View||Standard 63-2 degree, up to 0.5 degree ultra long range NFOV|
|Laser Rangefinder||yes, optional 3.5 kilometer|
|IR Illuminator||yes, up to 1000 meters|
|Gyro stabilization||yes, optional Dual axis|
|Network IP [Available in HDSDI and BNC outputs]
System is available in either serial analog with BNC/HD SDI or optional IP Ethernet
DUAL AXIS GYRO-STABILIZATION w/Anti jitter MODELS ARE AVAILABLE with OPTIONAL:
65MM thermal lens f1.0
|Image Compression||H.264, H.265|
|Image Code Stream||Dual streams output|
|Protocols||HTTP, RTSP, TCP, UDP, ONVIF|
|Ethernet Interface||10 / 100M|
|Video Output||1 Channel Thermal Imaging Video or 1 Channel Visual Imaging Video; BNC|
|Pan Speed||0.1° ~ 80°/s|
|Tilt Range||-20° ~ 90°|
|Tilt Speed||0.1° ~ 60°/s|
|Communications||Pelco-D / Pelco-P Protocol|
|Baud Rate||2400/4800/9600/19200 self-Adaptive|
|IR Illuminators||For penetrating glass and pitch darkness viewing|
|Environmental||IP67 Marine rated|
|Weight/Dimensions||2kg-9kg, minimum Φ147mm x 205mm Height, variable- depending on configuration|
|Power Supply||10V-24V 35W Max(Motor Drive & Illumination On)|
|Operating Temperature||-25℃ ~ +60℃|
Ip gyrostabilized Thermal cameras, unlike traditional visible cameras, use heat rather than light to see an object, giving them a huge advantage over other imaging technologies. Using minute differences in infrared (IR) radiation they produce a high-contrast thermal image in complete darkness. It is unaffected by bright light and has the ability to see through obstructions such as smoke, dust, and light fog. The SPI M1D v4 thermal imaging Flir day and night vision PTZ gyrostabilized network IP camera system satisfies a multitude of short medium and long range security and surveillance applications. The unit can be custom configured with a multitude array of thermal imaging sensors and long range high quality germanium zoom thermal imaging optics. The system can be used on Polaris side-by-side‘s ATV mobile marine and airborne platforms for example on roof mounted uav, usv, and ugv platforms as well as robots.
This makes thermal ideal for a number of applications including but not limited to surveillance & security search and rescue, fire, marine and land navigation, machine vision, and wide area situational assessment, thermal imaging or ip FLIR cameras are truly amazing instruments, Everything above absolute zero (-273°C) emits thermal IR radiation. Thermal cameras convert this into a digital image that can be displayed, distributed and recorded. Humans, animals, and vehicles are very hot in contrast to a background making them easily detectable by a thermal imaging camera, even at distances up to 30km.
This technology gives you state-of-the-art protection that can be used in the most demanding applications where the limitations of traditional CCTV and camera technologies just cannot compare, thermal imaging flir cameras provide the ultimate night vision capabilities in pitch darkness, IR radiation passes through smoke, dust, modest foliage, and light fog with ease, making a person clearly visible even in the worst lighting conditions.
Ip gyrostabilized Thermal Infrared imaging cameras boast extremely long ranges & distance despite the resolution, large sensor size and small lens. DRI/Detection, (D) Recognition, (R) & Identification (I) (DRI) (Johnston criteria) , is the universal standard for rating thermal cameras. Detection means that you will be able to see the target, however it will be little more than a blur at a few pixels. Specifically it means that the target is visible on at least one pixel, and that there is a good chance that the target is actually something of suspicion. Recognition, Contrary to popular belief, recognition does not mean that you can recognize an individual. Recognition simply means that you are able to recognize
an object’s class (human vs car, truck vs tank, etc). Identification, Identification of an object means that you are able to differentiate between objects. For example, being able to identify the exact type of vehicle not just its class. The terms detection, recognition, and identification do not relate to performance, but rather are calculated based on their pixel counts. To put this in perspective, an iPhone 5 has a resolution of 1136 x 640 which is over 725,000 pixels. Human detection only requires 3.6 x 1 pixels and human identification only requires 28 x 8 pixels; which is an extraordinarily small amount on the screen that can easily go unnoticed by the human eye
Thermal imaging energy is passive and, unlike other technologies, does not artificially increase light or require illumination for clean crisp images both day and night for detection of intruders at extreme ranges. Our thermal cameras let you see further than any other night vision technology.
There are also certain situations where ip thermal imaging can be better than regular CCTV cameras even during the day. CCTV cameras can be rendered useless by direct or reflected sunlight, and they rely on contrast in order to identify a intruder. In areas where contrast is poor, visible cameras can be rendered useless.
Since humans always give off much more thermal energy than their environment they are easily picked up by video analysis software or human viewers. Trespassers hiding in shadows or bushes are easily spotted, providing maximum protection of your assets and unparalleled situational awareness, ip Thermal flir cameras are ideal for detection because they use heat rather than light, meaning they require no artificial illumination. They are able to take advantage of the full view, allowing them to offer both wide-angle and long-range imagery.
gyrostabilized Ip Thermal cameras offer numerous advantages and can be optimized to suite a host of applications and industries. For security and surveillance applications one thermal camera can replace many traditional cameras and reduce the need for motion and intrusion detectors when integrated with video analytics to provide an automated intrusion detection system. This allows them to actually reduce equipment and installation costs on projects while enhancing security and effectiveness, ip Midwave IR or MWIR or Cooled thermal imaging cameras are a thermal camera with an integrated cryocooler, hence the name cooled camera.
The cooler brings the thermal image core to temperatures as low as -40C. Since thermal cameras work by using heat waves, cooling the core exponentially increases the sensitivity. This dramatically increases both range and performance. Since the Cooler has to constantly maintain temperatures often below freezing point, the cryogenic cooler is continuously running and requires reconditioning which means ip cooled IR gyrostabilized thermal vision cameras have a higher cost of ownership compared to standard uncooled thermal cameras.
Since ip cooled thermal night vision IR cameras are so sensitive to minute temperature differences, they can spot a target with only a few degrees temperature difference than its background. Ip Cooled thermal cameras are typically Mid-Wave Infrared (MWIR) and typically use wavelengths of 3-5UM (3000nm~5000nm). The combination of the cooled image core and the ability to work on the MWIR spectrum, when used with our long-range optics, means ultra-long range detection capabilities (up to 20 miles or 30km) even if there is only a few degrees temperature variance between the target and background, ip MWIR Thermal imaging cameras are a significant investment and are considerably more expensive then uncooled counterparts. However their superior range and performance allows them to replace up to 8 uncooled cameras, making them a viable and cost effective solution for certain applications such as home land security, and coastal surveillance, Uncooled or Longwave ip LWIR thermal imaging cameras are infrared cameras that do not require cryogenic cooling.
The ability to perform off-road autonomous navigation at any time of day or night is a requirement for some unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) programs. Active and passive sensors have been successfully used to accomplish unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) autonomous navigation. Active sensors emit radiant energy to illuminate a scene while passive imaging systems capture existing scene illumination. The passive imaging options for daytime SUGV operation are color, long range near-infrared (NIR), long range short-wave infrared (SWIR), long range cooled forward looking infrared (FLIR), and long range LWIR uncooled thermal imaging IR FLIR cameras. The passive imaging options for nighttime UGV operation are image intensifiers, long range MWIR cooled FLIR thermal imaging cameras, and LWIR long range uncooled FLIR cameras. Image intensifiers amplify the existing scene illumination by electronic means. Although long range image intensifiers (I2 tubes) are lower cost and have excellent low light level LLL night vision capabilities, they are limited by ultra sensitive materials that can be easily damaged permanently by bright light sources such as lights, headlights, extended viewing of the moon, laser and intense light sources. Image intensifiers get scars or burns in the image tube that degrade the image and can leave permanent artifacts that obscure the image viewing area. Long range thermal imaging PTZ cameras are preferred because they have a much higher signal to noise (SNR) ratio. The SNR of image intensifiers can be improved by increasing the exposure time, but this can lead to significant image blur problems during UGV motion. A long range pan tilt zoom thermal IR night vision camera is the only passive option that provides useful imagery over the entire 24-hour cycle. Because there are times when it is desirable for military UGVs to operate without emitting strong, detectable electromagnetic signals, a passive only terrain perception mode of operation is also often a requirement. Long range thermal imaging flir cameras can be used to provide day and night passive terrain perception. long range thermal imaging flir cameras have a detector sensitive to either mid-wave infrared (MWIR) radiation (3-5µm) or long-wave infrared (LWIR) radiation (7-14µm). With the recent emergence of high-quality pts long range high definition HD uncooled LWIR cameras, long range thermal imaging flir cameras have become a viable passive perception options for some robot SUGV UGV programs. Since long range thermal imaging flir cameras do not currently provide the resolution available from megapixel color cameras, a UGV’s daytime safe speed is often reduced when using ptz long range thermal imaging flir instead of color cameras. There are two basic types of long range thermal infrared imaging FLIR cameras; mid-wave infrared (MWIR) cameras, which are sensitive to 3-5µm radiant energy, and long-wave infrared (LWIR) cameras, which are sensitive to 7-14µm radiant energy. Since long range zoom MWIR and LWIR cameras operate within the thermal infrared (TIR) portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, both types are considered a thermal imaging flir camera. Both long range cooled MWIR and LWIR thermal night vision cameras have adequate thermal measurement sensitivity to provide adequate contrast for manned and unmanned autonomous robot navigation under varying thermal conditions and degraded atmospheric transmission situations. Some military UGV programs require an ability to perform autonomous navigation during the day and night, and an ability to do it in a stealth mode (where perception sensor energy is not emitted). long range thermal imaging flir cameras can be used to accomplish both requirements. If thermal imaging flir cameras are used, ranging and terrain classification can be performed to generate an annotated map of the terrain. long range thermal imaging flir cameras are a convenient option since a single long range thermal imaging flir camera may already be a part of the sensor suite of many vehicles. Military UGVs are likely to carry long range thermal imaging flir cameras to aid in perception at night and through atmospheric obscurants, and commercial passenger cars are also now available with long range thermal imaging flir cameras to aid drivers during night operation.
A common detector design is based on the micro bolometer, a tiny vanadium oxide resistor with a large temperature coefficient, a silicon element with large surface area, low heat capacity, and good thermal isolation. Changes in scene temperature cause changes in the bolometer temperature which are converted to electrical signals and processed into an image. Uncooled sensors are designed to work in the ip Long-Wave Infrared (LWIR) band from 7-14 microns (7000nm-14000nm) the wavelength where terrestrial temperature targets emit most of their infrared energy. Ip Uncooled thermal infrared cameras provide multi kilometers of detection ranges and have virtually no maintenance cost making them account for over 80% of all thermal cameras due to their low price and high value compared to cooled cameras, ip Pan-Tilt Zoom or abbreviated as PTZ are motion controlled positionable systems, A majority of cameras installed are what the industry calls “fixed.” These are designed to monitor a specific region of interest and do not have the ability to adjust the lens or the position of the camera. We offer the latest state of the art ip Pan Tilt Zoom PTZ systems, allowing you to pan, tilt, and zoom the camera in any direction for wide area coverage.
These systems can be controlled remotely via an operator or set for automatic tours. These features, integrated with intrusion detection, make them extremely versatile. When properly installed, one ip PTZ camera system can effectively replace many fixed ones and add flexibility to your security system, ip Thermal infrared Flir imaging systems pack a variety of electro optical infrared EOIR advantages, commonly abbreviated as (EO-IR or EO/IR), but because they use passive heat radiation they only have the ability to render images in 256 grey scale. Visible cameras operate on the same spectrum as the human eye and reproduce images with up to many million colors, allowing you to identify a target rather then just detect and classify it. When there is sufficient amounts of light visible cameras often have larger zoom lenses to optically zoom on a target with focal lengths over 2400mm. The M1D PTZ thermal imaging camera is a great solution for ARFF truck mounted thermal flir imaging solution.
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