FLIR FC-Series F
Thermal imaging cameras for early fire prevention applications
Thermal imaging cameras can prevent spontaneous fires by identifying fire pockets in an early stage so that a fire alarm can be triggered. Spontaneous self combustion of for example coal or waste piles can generate fires that are putting lives and valuable assets at risk. Also the inclusion of highly combustible objects in warehouses is a fire hazard.
Thermal imaging cameras like the FLIR FC-Series F are widely used to monitor continuously for hot spots, so that an early fire alarm can be triggered and fires can be avoided.
Typical applications are:
- Fire prevention in storage areas
- Flare detection
- Fire prevention on coal piles
- Fire prevention in waste or wood storage areas
- Fire prevention in waste storage areas
|Numerous industries have already discovered the benefits of thermal imaging. FLIR Systems is active in all these markets and produces more thermal imaging cameras than any other manufacturer. Thanks to economies of scale FLIR Systems is able to offer the FC-Series F at an extremely affordable price.
The FC-Series F are equipped with a maintenance free uncooled microbolometer detector that produces non-radiometric images of no less than 320x240 pixels on which the smallest of details can be seen.
|FLIR Systems offers the FLIR FC-Series F with different lens options.
They are available witha 9 mm, 13 mm or 19 mm lens. Longer lenses offer a
narrower field of view so that you can see farther.
|All FLIR FC-Series F thermal imaging camera can be installed on existing infrastructure. There is no need for huge civil works. They can be easily integrated into any existing infrastructure providing early fire detection 24/7 all the year round.
|Equipped with an “athermal lens”, all FLIR FC-Series F are able to maintain focus no matter what the environmental temperature is. There is no need for user adjustments.
|The FC-Series F are extremely rugged systems. Their vital core is well protected, meeting IP66 requirements, against dust and water ingress. They operate between -50 ºC and +75 ºC.