THERMAL IMAGING CAMERAS
THERMAL IMAGING CAMERAS
THERMAL IMAGING CAMERAS
THERMAL IMAGING CAMERAS

THERMAL IMAGING CAMERAS


Silent Sentinel offer a broad range of Thermal Imaging cameras, from small fixed cameras to the Oculus range of dual imaging cameras to the longer range capabilities of the Osiris PTZ positioning system. “Combining video with thermal imaging in the same device is becoming the most popular cameras in our range” said James Longcroft of Silent Sentinel.

Thermal camera lens facts:

  • Thermal cameras use Germanium lenses as Germanium allows the infrared energy to pass through the lens. Thermal cores are unable to see through glass lenses.
  • Thermal lenses are specified with a Field Of View (FOV) or a focal length.
  • Most lower cost thermal cameras have a fixed focus, non-zoom lens.
  • Zoom, dual FOV and electronic focus lenses are available, but can add significant cost.


MASS’s latest static thermal camera provides high-contrast thermal imaging with “DVE image-enhance” facility and Thermal Wide Dynamic range (WDRT) . The MT400 offers not only Black Heat or White heat options but also Red hues (up to 17 modes). The MT400 monitors in complete darkness while it also works perfectly in harsh environments such as smoke, haze, dust and fog.

A very cost effective choice and a new industry leader encased in a IP66 housing.

Main Features:

  • Optimal Thermal Imaging
  • State of the art and most reliable thermal imager in the industry
  • High contrast thermal images provide best in class detection
  • Rugged industrial design


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