Designed to meet the thermal imaging needs of fire brigades, Evolution 6000 is the new generation of thermal cameras from North American manufacturer MSA for firefighting, that offer a simpler and more intuitive use and are lighter.
The manufacturer MSA Safety, one of the pioneers in the development of thermal imaging cameras specifically designed for firefighting, whose first model it introduced more than ten years ago, continues to maintain its commitment to the fire brigade globally with innovation in lighter tools, easy to use and intuitive.
Evolution 6000 is the company's new proposal; a range of thermal cameras consisting of three models (Basic, Plus and Xtreme) that meets the above characteristics, as well as the new American NFPA regulations 1801 for these types of systems, in evaluation applications, Search, Rescue, interventions and general review.
In addition to better image quality, thanks to the addition of high-resolution image sensors, Evolution cameras 6000 have a laser pointer, a distance indicator, a compass, image and video capture, in addition to a wireless video transmission system.
The Evolution model 6000 Basic is a simple-to-use thermal camera, airtight and robust, with high-definition image quality, integrated lamp or laser pointer and three anchor points. On the Evolution camera 6000 Plus adds a 2x/4x zoom, six selectable color palettes, Compass, additional tools to help improve the decision-making process in fires and, as an option, integrated video transmitter.
In addition to the above features, the Evolution camera 6000 Xtreme has more tools for incident study and training support with image capture and video.
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