Vumii Offers Thermal Imaging Camera Lines

Vumii, a provider of innovative surveillance camera technology that allows customers to see details in complete darkness from great distances, has significantly expanded its imaging solutions portfolio through the addition of four thermal imaging product lines: CompactSec, EyeSec, DualSec and RangeSec.

Comprised of more than 40 models, this comprehensive set of thermal imaging cameras enables Vumii to further address the needs of security professionals in almost any outdoor perimeter or border situation. The new line of thermal cameras complement Vumii’s LED and laser near-IR illumination camera product lines, Discoverii and Claritii, which serve as ideal threat assessment solutions by giving customers the ability to see images with natural contrasts and incredible detail over great distances, even in complete darkness.

“The addition of thermal solutions to our existing line of active near-IR cameras allows us to address a broad range of security needs within a multitude of industries and organizations, especially transportation, critical infrastructure and government,” said Randall Foster, CEO of Vumii. “This unique and broad combination of cameras and technologies gives customers an exceptional set of solution options for threat detection and threat assessment.”

The new thermal imaging camera lines are:

  • CompactSec: a series of easy to deploy, IP enabled, uncooled thermal imaging cameras designed to offer solid performance at a very economical price.
  • EyeSec: a line of high performance uncooled thermal cameras with a wide variety of lens and resolution configurations, including an industry-leading, unique 15-100mm continuous zoom model.
  • DualSec: a dual video (thermal and visual) channel pan tilt camera system.
  • RangeSec: a high-sensitivity, cooled midwave (3-5 µm) thermal imaging camera line with continuous zoom long-range optics.

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