Cedip offers thermal surveillance system for military applications

CROISSY-BEAUBOURG, France, 7 Oct. 2007. Cedip Infrared Systems in Croissy-Beaubourg, France, is offering the The ADAMANT infrared camera, a compact yet powerful thermal surveillance system for fixed position surveillance, passive observation, detection and recognition of targets by day and nights -- even in bad weather.

CROISSY-BEAUBOURG, France, 7 Oct. 2007. Cedip Infrared Systems in Croissy-Beaubourg, France, is offering the The ADAMANT infrared camera, a compact yet powerful thermal surveillance system for fixed position surveillance, passive observation, detection and recognition of targets by day and nights -- even in bad weather.

The new system features a 40-by-512 MCT 15-micron pitch focal plane array and three-field-of-view (FOV) optic packaged in a mil-spec, marine-qualified enclosure weighing about 20 pounds. The lens features a 21.7-by-17.5-degree FOV, a 6.9-by-5.5-degree FOV, and a 1.7-by-1.4-degree FOV -- enabling detection of a tank-sized target at 10 miles.

Applications include waterway surveillance, long-range reconnaissance, homeland security monitoring of large area public infrastructure, and military range tracking applications.

ADAMANT can be delivered with Ethernet or Optical fibre output allowing remote control and video display over long distances. For OEM integrators, ADAMANT is also available as a core engine package, without the enclosure and the front window.

For more information contact Cedip Infrared online at www.cedip-infrared.com.

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