Las Vegas, NV (March 28, 2012) – Clear24 thermal cameras by SightLogix, the leading supplier of outdoor area and perimeter security video systems, set a new benchmark for thermal image quality, providing more image detail even in conditions of rain, snow, fog, wind or humidity. The value-priced cameras adapt to any environment to provide clear thermal image detail, overcoming the limitations of thermal imaging during daytime and hot weather.
Featured at ISC West 2012, SightLogix' Clear24 is an all-in-one, outdoor thermal camera that includes an imager complete with lens optics, additional on-board video processing and image-contrast technology. Clear24 is ruggedized for outdoor environments inside a NEMA 4X (IP66 compliant) nitrogen-filled housing. Multiple lens field-of-view options are available from 48 degrees to 4.6 degrees to support distance ranges from 670 feet to 6,800 feet (205 meters to 2,075 meters).
"Our new cost-effective thermal camera provides clear images at all times in any weather conditions," said John Romanowich, President and CEO, SightLogix. "Clear24 leverages SightLogix' heritage of video processing to provide sharp images for better security and raises the bar for reliable outdoor thermal video."
Other Clear24 camera features include flexible and secure 10/100 Ethernet communications. The camera's open-system design is pre-integrated with third-party video management or physical security information management (PSIM) system environments.
See www.sightlogix.com/clear24thermal for an example of Clear24's crisp thermal images compared to market-leading thermal cameras and to download a white paper entitled "A New Perspective on Thermal Imaging." The white paper details how environmental factors of rain, humidity and bright sun affect thermal images and explains the new approach to achieving clear, high-contrast images in outdoor conditions, day or night.
For more information on SightLogix perimeter security and outdoor surveillance solutions, call (609) 951-0008, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.sightlogix.com.