Sierra-Olympic’s Vinden 150 EX Continuous Zoom Thermal Chassis Camera for Security

HOOD RIVER, OR --- Sierra-Olympic Technologies, supplier of infrared (IR) and thermal imaging components, cameras, and systems solutions for innovative imaging applications, introduces the Vinden 150 EX continuous zoom thermal chassis camera for integrators and thermal video end-users. The affordable camera provides highly-sensitive thermal imaging using advanced, uncooled VOx microbolometer technology and an extremely efficient continuous zoom optic. The highly parfocal optic keeps objects in perfect focus throughout the zoom range.

Specially designed for critical pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) security and surveillance applications, the camera offers advanced thermal image processing for integrators or other users who require exceptional zoom imaging capabilities. Sierra-Olympic’s Vinden 150 EX features a total 12X zoom factor and a remarkable 1.5 degree HFOV in full optical plus digital zoom. The 640 x 480 camera is available in 30 Hz and 9Hz models, depending on export requirements.

Sierra-Olympic’s uncooled camera offers IP-video output with H.264 and MJPG streams and Ethernet control, for maximum flexibility and integration into new or existing security and surveillance systems. Simultaneous analog video (NTSC or PAL) and 14-bit Camera Link digital outputs are also available. Optional control via a serial communication port (serial com) is offered; other options include individual harness micro-connectors or 30-pin FFC connectors.

Sierra-Olympic’s Vinden EX 150 is an ideal imaging tool for systems integrators, infrastructure security, thermal PTZ systems, port and harbor security, and a variety of defense applications.

To learn more visit http://www.sierraolympic.com/products/lwir-optics/vinden-cz/vinden-150-ex-640x480
 

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