Fascinating, Effective, Affordable: High-Caliber Thermal Imaging Technology In A Modular Dual Camera System.
Thermal imaging has evolved past just seeing in the dark, the uses of this technology vary but can be applied to protection, warning, asset management and health.
More and more industrial companies, public institutions , authorities and health organization’s use thermal imaging technology to protect their assets , personnel and provide proactive warning systems.
By using heat signatures and applying ranges based on the environment and the application MOBOTIX Thermal Solutions mitigate overheating , risk of fires, identify elevated temperatures and enable first line defense in complete darkness as well as during the day.
With MOBOTIX overlay you can distinguish actual event’s , risk areas and react faster while still having a secure overview of the area in question.
Webinar – Measuring temperatures and temperature alarms with thermal imaging cameras
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We’ll show you the best practice configuration and can also address individual special cases live.
MOBOTIX Thermal Camera Detects Fire in Waste Disposal Facility.
Within 8 seconds of detecting the source of a fire, it automatically triggers an alarm at 81 degrees Celsius.
Monitoring Processes In High Risk Fire Plants
MOBOTIX thermal cameras monitoring the process of incineration at a waste incineration plant.
Monitoring Processes In High Risk Fire Environments
An example of MOBOTIX thermal cameras in waste incineration plants
Detection of Sources of Fire
Using MOBOTIX thermal cameras makes it possible to detect even the smallest sources of fire. In this example, it is a lit cigarette.
Hot Video - MOBOTIX Thermal Camera Detects Fire in Waste Disposal Facility
See how quickly our MOBOTIX M-Series thermal camera (TR079 variant with thermal radiometry technology and 45° horizontal image opening angle) reacts in a waste disposal system. Within 8 seconds of detecting a source of fire, it automatically triggers an alarm at 81 degrees Celsius. This goes directly to the control station. The operators are alerted in parallel via push notifications. A horn loudspeaker connected to the camera also sounds a siren that warns all persons in the immediate vicinity.