Irisys Announces Handheld Thermal Imagers IRI 4011 and IRI 4041 for Police and Security Applications
The 4011 features a large clear 31/2" display, with user friendly menus for camera control specifically optimised for Police requirements. An eye-shade provides discrete viewing for covert operations and images can be easily stored using the standard removable SD© memory card. Selectable colour pallets include colour and 'white hot' and 'black hot' display and a hot-spot tracker aids automatic detection of a person in the view while the freeze frame feature helps in searching restricted access areas.
For detection of cannabis factories a calibrated temperature display can be selected providing remote monitoring of roof, window and vent temperatures. Two cursors allow clear comparison of temperatures between adjacent buildings.
The Irisys 4000 series PC software allows stored images to be uploaded to a computer and exported as standard bitmap pictures to office applications for incident reports.
The 4011's integral rechargeable battery provides six hours continuous operation. The imager's rugged carry case includes mains and car chargers, eyeshade and the PC Software with SD Card reader.
For tactical police and security applications the IRI 4011 and 4041 offer user-friendly thermal imaging in a cost effective package affordable for individual teams.
Irisys Red Hot Intelligence
Irisys InfraRed Integrated Systems Ltd. specialises in the development and manufacture of intelligent infra-red detectors used in thermal imaging, people counting, queue management and security applications.
Irisys Tailgate Detectors provide increased protection for higher Security Access Control applications including cash centres, airports and defence installations. Irisys Thermal Imaging Cameras are used in law enforcement and maintenance applications. Founded in 1996, Irisys is based in Northampton, UK with offices in the US. For more information, visit www.irisys.co.uk
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