Thermoview Marine

THERMAL IMAGING CAMERA FOR FIRE DETECTION AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

1,750.00

Thermoview Marine is a compact, easy-to-install thermal sensor with imaging capabilities. Since it blends thermal and visual imagery, it provides you with sharp details and contextual awareness, which are easy to understand. Thermoview Marine helps you to guard against interferences, service interruptions and equipment failure. You’ll get the benefits of continuous condition monitoring and hot spot detection without the need for periodic manual scans.

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FEATURED SPECIFICATIONS

  • IR RESOLUTION 80 X 60 PIXELS
  • FOCUS FIXED
  • FIELD OF VIEW 48° X 37°
  • DETECTOR TYPE FOCAL PLANE ARRAY (FPA), UNCOOLED
  • MICROBOLOMETER
  • BUILT-IN DIGITAL CAMERA 640 X 480
  • OBJECT TEMPERATURE RANGE -10 TO +150°C (14 TO +302°F)
  • ALARM FUNCTIONS AUTOMATIC ALARMS ON ANY SELECTED
  • MEASUREMENT FUNCTION. A MAXIMUM OF 5 ALARMS CAN BE SET
  • ALARM OUTPUT DIGITAL OUT, STORE IMAGE, FILE SENDING (FTP), MAIL
  • (SMTP) NOTIFICATION
  • ENCAPSULATION IP 67 (IEC 60529)
  • ETHERNET POWER POWER OF ETHERNET, POE IEEE 802.3AF CLASS 2

COMPACT & EASY TO INSTALL

Combining thermal and visual cameras in a small package (144 mm x 80 mm x 49 mm) making it easy to install in space constrained areas for continuous condition monitoring of critical electrical and mechinal equipment. Thermoview Marine not only provides live video of every installation, but it provides automated alarming when pre-set temperature thresholds are exceeded as well. Thermoview Marine is connected to our Sensor Maritime hub, interface in the wheelhouse, which provides the captain with the right information at the right time. In addition, in case of an alarm, it is possible to sent the information to your technical department on shore automatically.

Features of Thermoview Marine:

  • Automatic detection of hotspots
  • Timely, clear alarms via our Sensor Maritime hub
  • 6 adjustable detection zones with minimum, maximum and average temperature
  • Detects differences of less than 0,1°C
  • Including industrial housing
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