Increase Officer Safety at Night:
NOPTIC enables police to conduct stealth surveillance at night. Law enforcement officers can turn off their spotlight and use the NOPTIC thermal camera to locate suspects without giving away their position. It is easy to view the live camera feed on your laptop.
Hand-held thermal imaging devices can spend 99% of their time in the trunk. NOPTIC is always on and ready to help you locate suspects. While on patrol, officers can scan large areas in complete darkness all from the relative safety of their patrol vehicle. The camera is designed to work with windows-based MDT configurations, we include everything you need to record video on your laptop.
Built for Tough Use:
NOPTIC operates in complete darkness and at temperature extremes of -40’F to 176’F. It also has a built-in lens heater that activates automatically at temperatures below 40’F to keep the lens clear of frost and ice. The system has been tested heavily to ensure it is able to perform under tough use on patrol.
- Sensor Type: Uncooled Bolometer (Heat)
- Image Type: Thermal (8-14 um)
- Field of View: 21 deg.
- Resolution: 320×256
- Sensitivity: 33 mK (NEdT)
- Range: 1000’ (man-size target)
- Compatible Display Systems:
- Windows PC
- Android (smart phone)
- LCD Monitor w/ NTSC
- Dual Interface:
- Digital – USB 2.0
- Analog – RCA (NTSC format)
- Power Supply: 9-16 volts (Surge and reverse voltage protection)
- Size: 58 x 56 x 72mm
- Temperature Range: -40 – +85 deg C
- Defrost Capability: Electric (automatic below 0 deg C)
- EMC compliance: 47-CFR 15 Sub B (certs on file)
- Mounting: Unity Spotlight Enclosure
NOPTIC the one and only Spotlight Mount that provides quick pan and tilt capabilities required for successful surveillance.
The NOPTIC infrared detecting system distinguishes between very small differences in thermal (infrared) radiation. Converts it to electrical signals. Amplifies those differences. And reproduces them correspondingly in the visible light (video) range. Powerful advantages are achieved in being able to turn a pitch black night into a black and white TV image of the scene. Further applications will develop as your infrared knowledge and experience grows. You will soon recognize heat clues beyond the naked eye in both day and night conditions.