Thermal Imaging Cameras for Traffic Monitoring

ITS Series

Model: FLIR ITS317, 320 x 256, 17° FOV
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FLIR thermal imaging systems have been integrated all over the world to provide effective, reliable traffic detection and monitoring in all types of weather and light levels

Thermal Cameras for 24-Hour Traffic Detection

  • High Image Quality

    Their uncooled microbolometer detectors produce accurate images that show the most important details.

  • Easy To Install

    All FLIR ITS-Series thermal imaging cameras can be installed on existing infrastructure

  • Designed For Use In Harsh Environments

    The FC-T2 Series built to last, meeting IP66 requirements against dust and water ingress, and operating between -50°C and +70°C.

Specifications
Overview
Automatic Heater
Clears ice from windows, Automatic deicing
Detector Type
Focal Plane Array (FPA), uncooled VOx microbolometer
Field of View
17° x 14°
Spectral Range
7.5 to 13.5 µm
Connections & Communications
Analog Video Output
NTSC, PAL or PAS 8.3Hz
Video Over Ethernet
Two independent channels of H.264 or M-JPEG
Environmental & Approvals
Approvals
CE: EN55022 Class A; FCC 47 CFR Part 15, Subpart B, Class A (within CISPR 22:2008 Class A limits)
Humidity
0-95% relative humidity
IP Rating
IP66 & IP67
Operating Temperature Range
-50° to 70°C (-58° to 158°F) continuous operation -40° to 70°C (-40° to 158°F) cold start
Shock
MIL-STD-810G "Transportation"
Standard Package
Thermal imaging camera, operator manual
Storage Temperature Range
-50° to 85°C (-58° to 185°F)
Surge Immunity on AC Power Lines
EN 55024: 2010 and 55022: 2010 to 4.0kV on AC aux power lines; EN 50130-4:2011; IEC 62599-2:2010
Vibe
IEC 60068-2-27
Imaging & Optical
Image Processing
Automatic Gain Control (AGC), Digital Detail Enhancement (DDE)
Resolution
320 x 256
Power
Surge Immunity on Signal Lines
EN 55024:2010 and 55022:2010 to 4.0kV

ITS Series - Model: FLIR ITS317, 320 x 256, 17° FOV

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