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13/01/2018

Indigovision BX thermal camera brings a new dimension

Edinburgh, UK

The new Indigovision BX thermal bullet camera has been designed for outstanding thermal sensitivity and, as an ideal solution for dark, long range monitoring applications; bringing another dimension of security to Indigovision's camera range.

With a Vox uncooled thermal sensor and an athermalised focus free lens, the BX thermal bullet camera provides an all-in-one intelligence-driven solution for extreme outdoor and indoor thermal security. High thermal sensitivity (<40mK) captures more image details and accurate temperature measurements over long distances, providing endless installation possibilities; from perimeter detection to process or machinery monitoring.

Combined with powerful, built-in intelligent video and thermal analytics which can detect a maximum, minimum or temperature difference, alerting users when an abnormality is detected.

Perfect for different installations across multiple industry verticals, the BX thermal bullet camera offers many new features, including, multiple resolution options of 336 x 256 or 640 x 512 with Vox uncooled thermal sensors providing the required resolution. High thermal sensitivity of <40mK with an athermalised focus free lens delivers accurate temperature measurements over long distances. The camera also is capable of thermal analytics and also advanced analytics, such as motion detection, hooded, tripwire, intrusion, and object abandoned.

The camera operates under an extensive temperature range and is IP67 rated and open architecture means that it can be connected with a control centre, or any third party system, using ONVIF's Profile S standard.


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