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Bosch Security Systems has provided thermal PTZ MIC Series cameras 612 with new alarm that warns if the temperature of an object within the field of view of the camera is outside the range set, which improves safety critical systems as production facilities for oil or gas, electricity generation plants and other critical infrastructures.

Bosch Security Systems has announced the firmware version 1.1 for thermal MIC Series cameras 612, adding alarms for temperature change. Available in standard resolution thermal cameras MIC Series 612, the new function will trigger an alarm if the temperature of an object within the field of view of the camera is outside the established values. This helps improve security and automating process control alarms and video verification on critical systems such as production plants for oil or gas, electricity generation plants and other critical infrastructure applications.

The MIC Series cameras 612 Dual cameras are reinforced optical / thermal with a "pan-tilt" zoom. These cameras combine a module 36x zoom high quality day and night and a thermo-graphic module uncooled within the housing. This enables customers to simultaneously view images in color or monochrome and capture high quality videos of objects that produce heat. They can also switch between the two modes at the push of a button.

The corrosion-resistant design and IK10 rated vandal includes an aluminum housing certified to IP68 / NEMA 6P with clean silicone useful to ensure excellent performance under the most demanding conditions monitoring long life.


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By • 7 Nov, 2012
• Section: Alarms, CCTV