Ranger® MS-DefendIR

Ranger® MS-DefendIR

APPLICATIONS:
FORCE PROTECTION
BORDER SURVEILLANCE
TACTICAL RECONNAISSANCE
TRAINING RANGE APPLICATIONS
FIXED AND MOBILE SECURITY

FEATURES
Simultaneous IP and analog video outputs – thermal and visible-light – along with IP and serial control interfaces for easy integration into IP or analog networks Available in both 320 x 240 and 640 x 480 detector arrays Continuous thermal zoom available P/T with continuous 360° pan VisionSense™ technology combines infrared and CCD imagery in real time Multiple lens and detector combinations for tailor-made range performance
The Ranger® MS-DefendIR is an industry leading mid-range thermal imager for seeing in complete darkness and through a multitude of environmental conditions including smoke, rain, snow, dust and dense fog. The Ranger MS-DefendIR is the first of its kind, uncooled imager to offer continuous optical zoom. The system is based on forward looking infrared (FLIR) technology developed for the US military, but vaults ahead of the competition through the innovative use of VisionSense™. This technology offers user-controlled, customized real time mixing and merging of the two visual sources – a visible light (CCD) camera and an infrared camera. VisionSense generates the ability to penetrate glare, and see through windows, glass or water.
The Ranger MS-DefendIR is ideally suited for day and night perimeter security, maritime surveillance and DHS/DoD applications. Offering multiple lens and detector combinations, each camera can be customized to meet detailed performance requirements. Featuring a sleek integrated pan and tilt design, the camera is capable of continuous 360° panning and a +/- 80° tilt (varies with some lens configurations) withstanding ambient temperatures ranging from -40° to +60° C. The ruggedized housing
is environmentally sealed to meet NEMA 4 and IP65 specifications and has been tested and certified by an independent lab.
Out of the box, the Ranger MS-DefendIR is ready to integrate into your system. It supports most protocols used in commercial and military applications and can be easily integrated into existing fiber, wireless or IP networks. It can also interface with VMD, radar, UGS or other trigger sensors for a “slew to cue” solution.