CBC Releases the Ganz Thermal Camera Series Powered by DRS Technologies

CBC Releases the Ganz Thermal Camera Series Powered by DRS Technologies

CBC Releases the Ganz Thermal Camera Series Powered by DRS Technologies

CBC (AMERICA) Corp. has announced the release of the Ganz Thermal Imaging Cameras, a cost-effective thermal imaging series developed for demanding surveillance and security applications.

The Ganz Thermal Series is powered by DRS Technologies and features leading-edge thermal technology and software capabilities. They capture exceptional video images in a wide range of lighting conditions, and outperform conventional surveillance technologies in the most challenging security and surveillance environments.

CBC Releases the Ganz Thermal Camera Series Powered by DRS TechnologiesThe Ganz Thermal series is available in fixed and pan/tilt configurations in both 320x240 and 640x480 resolutions, each with several lens options. For greater versatility, they feature both IP and analog connectivity and image contrast enhancement (ICE) capabilities for additional local area processing and edge enhancement.

“The introduction of The Ganz Thermal Series confirms CBC’s commitment to deliver a high-quality, cost-effective thermal surveillance solution to the commercial marketplace,” said Keith Sowa, Ganz product manager. “This series is adaptable to a wide variety of applications and can be easily incorporated into a surveillance and security system design.”

The Ganz Thermal Series will be demonstrated at the upcoming ISC East in NY at booth 219.

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