The manufacturer has added the M15 and S15 models to its range of networked devices with this technology to offer intelligent and cost-effective solutions in installations where temperature is a critical factor, among other applications.


Thermal radiometry technology Mobotix has been applied to the new M15 and S15 models, especially suitable for industrial processes, like the mining sector, power plants, For example, where temperature and constant equipment monitoring is a critical factor and where these devices can alert in time to prevent incidents with potentially catastrophic effects.

Using thermal radiometry windows, or the full picture of the camera's thermal sensor, it is possible to easily define up to twenty temperature triggers to detect potential fires or dangerous heat sources in a facility. It also allows thermal sensors to be calibrated to avoid interference from environmental factors, such as reflection or air temperature, making them more accurate than ever.

Mobotix thermal sensor measures temperature ranges from -40o to +550oC, with a thermal resolution of ±0.2oC (50 Mk). If the temperature is lower or higher than the predefined limits or ranges, an alarm is automatically triggered and you can get a live view of the affected area.


Images collected by the device can be viewed from an alarm monitoring center, through a web browser or through the Mobotix app, depending on how the cameras have been installed. This facilitates both the start of rapid intervention and remote monitoring of facilities, safe and cost-effective.

Mobotix dual thermal camera systems incorporate a thermal sensor and a standard image sensor, allowing thermal overlap over regular images and helping to locate hot spots during viewing and prevent major damage.

The M15 and S15 cameras can also be installed outdoors, IP66 certified and have passed stress tests at temperatures between -30o and +60oC (-22+140oF). Not equipping moving parts (For example, autoiris), without heating or cooling, these model require virtually no maintenance.

Like other systems developed by Mobotix, the decentralized architecture of these cameras implies that high-quality images are processed and compressed into the device itself, so that a central computer is not required and network load is minimal.

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By • 10 Jan, 2017
• Section: Deep down, MAIN HIGHLIGHT, Video surveillance