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Golight HELIOS Thermal Imaging Camera

Golight HELIOS Thermal Imaging Camera

Description

The Golight HELIOS Thermal Imaging Camera is a low cost, high resolution thermal imaging system that allows the user to see in total darkness.

Features

  • Detects Heat Differentials Between 32-240 Degree Fahrenheit
  • 1500 Degree Detection Range
  • 370 Degree Rotation X 135 Degree Tilt
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Utilizing a 320 x 240 resolution FLIR Camera the system can easily see man sized targets from over 1500 feet. The thermal core uses long infrared sensor technology and can easily see through smoke, fog, rain and many other atmospheric conditions that could not easily be penetrated with other technologies.

The HELIOS features remote positioning, offering 370° rotation and 135° tilt. The units are available with either a joystick style wired remote or a wireless remote package. The RF wireless remote controls can be programmed to your desired frequency for uninterrupted use with one or multiple systems. The HELIOS is easily mounted using an innovative mounting plate with under-locking interface, a simple two step mounting process. The pan/tilt enclosure uses high torque motors with encased metal gears for years of trouble free operation. Quick detach cables allow for easy removal from the vehicle in minutes.

The HELIOS is composed of a weatherproof housing that is UV Ray and saltwater resistant for both land and sea applications. The entire system operates on a 12v DC platform and is ideally suited for vehicles and watercraft. Whether used for Law Enforcement, First Responders or Surveillance and Security applications, the HELIOS is the product of choice based on price and performance.

FEATURES

  • 1 Year warranty
  • 320 x 240 High resolution camera
  • Wired or Wireless remote options
  • Internal core heater prevents lens icing
  • Imaging through fog, smoke, precipitation
  • Heated objects displayed as 'white hot'
  • Shielded Video Cable
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