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Mini TIU Thermal CCTV Camera

At a cost unheard of before now, it is possible to install a high tech solution to the problem of true day night surveillance.

Mini TIU is a compact thermal-imaging camera designed for use in 24-hour surveillance systems where detection is essential. 

Available in two models, wide and narrow, Mini TIU represents a breakthrough in CCTV.

Mini TIU can be installed as part of a new or existing CCTV system and is compatible with all ancillary equipment including receivers, multiplexers and pan & tilt systems 

Mini TIU is housed in an environmental housing designed for external use. 
It can fit directly to and pan and tilt unit and requires simple cabling directly 
or via a telemetry receiver.

Physical Characteristics: 
Mini TIU is housed in an environmental housing (IP66) designed for external use. 
It can fit directly to and pan and tilt unit and requires simple cabling directly or via a telemetry receiver.

From the same stable as the TIU2 Thermal Imaging camera.

  • Customs 
  • Perimeter Surveillance
  • Movement Detection 
  • Industrial
  • Commercial 
  • Civic 
  • Security 
  • Border Control 
  • Law Enforcement 
  • Portable Crowd Surveillance 
  • Diplomatic and VIP Security 
  • Outdoor Event Security
Focal plane array:
Amorphous Silicon Bolometer
Resolution:
160 x 120 pixels
Spectral response:
7-14 microns
Thermal sensitivity:
 
Start up time:
5 seconds
Contrast/brightness:
automatic
Detection Range:
wide / 8.5mm lens -> 90m (FOV 35 degrees v)
narrow / 25mm lens -> 305m (FOV 12 degrees v)
Video output:
PAL
Input voltage:
12Vdc
Consumption:
1.2w

* Australian & New Zealand procurements - 
There are dispensations of UK Ministry of Defence export restrictions for resident purchases by non-government end users ~ re-export from Australia requires both Australian Department of Defence licencing (www.defence.gov.au/ExportControls/) and UK Ministry of Defence permissions.



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