SightLogix Introduces Low Cost Smart Thermal Camera

SightLogix Introduces Low Cost Smart Thermal Camera

SightLogix Introduces Low Cost Smart Thermal CameraSightLogix, a smart, thermal camera manufacturer for outdoor security applications, introduced the SightSensor NS60, a new, low-cost addition to the SightSensor line of thermal-video, analytic cameras. With an MSRP of $4,995 in the United States, the NS60 brings thermal, analytic accuracy and clear, thermal images 24 hours a day to a broad range of price-sensitive applications.

SightSensor NS60 accurately detects intruders over a large area – up to 60 meters at a 63° field of view (FOV). Versatile camera placement options can eliminate infrastructure, such as poles and trenching, compared to other video and perimeter sensor technologies, making the NS60 an economical solution for preventing copper theft, protecting storage yards, substations, communication towers, entry gates, well heads, car lots, or to fill gaps and blind spots along irregularly-shaped fences and topography. For longer-range applications, Thermal SightSensor prices drop to less than $10 per foot, MSRP.

More details about the NS60 are available at http://www.sightlogix.com/NS60-thermal-camera/.

“The NS60 continues our commitment to provide the most trusted and cost-effective solutions for protecting outdoor areas with video,” said John Romanowich, SightLogix’ president and CEO. “This addition to the SightSensor product line makes the highest-performing security affordable to mainstream applications.”

Like all SightSensors, the NS60 leverages powerful, on-board video processing for high Probability of Detect (PD) and low Nuisance Alarm Rates (NAR) while providing crisp, clear images night and day. The NS60 consists of a thermal imager, complete with lens optics, electronic stabilization, image contrast enhancement, video analytics software, camera control, and geospatial target tracking within a rugged, NEMA 4X IP66, nitrogen-purged housing. SightSensor cameras are pre-integrated with most third-party video management, physical security information management (PSIM) and access control systems.

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