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Fire-Detecting IR Thermal Camera

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Fire-Detecting IR Thermal CameraThe Fotric 123 infrared thermal camera from Saelig Co. Inc. is a cloud-based smart IR camera designed for visual early fire detection that offers real-time data transmission.

The Fotric 123 can be permanently situated indoors or outdoors to detect abnormal changes in heat conditions and send early fire alert warnings via an internet connection before a fire or other problem begins. A built-in IR imager provides accurate temperature measurement with high sensitivity. It can continuously detect hot or cold spots or even substance leakage conditions regardless of ambient lighting, weather conditions, or time of day.

The Fotric 123 can be programmed to send short IR videos directly to a remote smartphone when preset alerts are exceeded, allowing the system to function as an early fire alert device, detecting the location of potential fires while still in their formation stage and before devastating damage occurs.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2018

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