Thermal screening bullet cameras are widely used for perimeter defense for borders, power plants, fire detection for gas stations, warehouses and temperature measurement for EV charging station, chemical plants and even human body skin temperature detection. Hikvision’s Security Thermal Screening Cameras utilize advanced thermal detectors that provide excellent image performance with a high efficiency.
Image Sensor: Vanadium Oxide Uncooled Focal Plane Arrays
Max. Resolution: 384 × 288
Pixel Interval: 17μm
Response Waveband: 8 μm to 14 μm
NETD: ≤ 40 mk (@25 °C,F# = 1.0)
Lens (Focal Length): 9.7 mm
Field of View: 37.5° × 28.5° (H × V)
Min. Focusing Distance: 1.2 m
Aperture: F 1.0
Max. Image Resolution: 2688 × 1520
Image Sensor: 1/2.7″ Progressive Scan CMOS
Min. Illumination: Color: 0.0089 Lux @(F1.6, AGC ON), B/W: 0.0018 Lux @(F1.6, AGC ON)
Shutter Speed: 1 s to 1/100,000 s
Lens (Focal Length): 4 mm
Field of View: 84° × 44.8° (H × V)
WDR: 120 dB
Day & Night: IR cut filter with auto switch
Bi-spectrum Image Fusion: Display the details of optical channel on thermal channel
Picture in Picture: Display partial image of thermal channel on the full screen of optical channel
Temperature Measurement: 3 temperature measurement rule types, 21 rules in total (10 points, 10 areas, and 1 line).
Temperature Range: 30 °C to + 45 °C
Temperature Accuracy: ± 0.5 °C
IR Distance: Up to 50 m
IR Intensity and Angle: Automatically adjusted
Main Stream: Thermal: 50fps(1280 × 720, 704 × 576, 384 × 288, 352 × 288);Optical: 50Hz: 25fps (1920 × 1080), 25fps (1280 × 960), 25fps (1280 × 720);Optical: 60Hz: 30fps (1920 × 1080), 30fps (1280 × 960), 30fps (1280 × 720)
Sub Stream: Thermal: 25fps(704 × 576, 352 × 288, 320 × 240);Optical: 50Hz: 25fps (704 × 576), 25fps (352 × 288), 25fps (176 × 144);Optical: 60Hz: 30fps (704 × 480), 30fps (352 × 240), 30fps (176 × 120)
Video Compression: H.265/H.264/MJPEG
Audio Compression: G.711u/G.711a/G.722.1/MP2L2/G.726/PCM
Protocols: IPv4/IPv6, HTTP, HTTPS, 802.1x, Qos, FTP, SMTP, UPnP, SNMP, DNS, DDNS, NTP, RTSP, RTCP, RTP, TCP, UDP, IGMP, ICMP, DHCP, PPPoE
Simultaneous Live View: Up to 20
User/Host Level: Up to 32 users, 3 levels: Administrator, Operator, User
Security Measures: User authentication (ID and PW), MAC address binding, HTTPS encryption, IEEE 802.1x access control, IP address filtering
Power: 24 VAC± 25%, 12 VDC± 25%, two-core terminal block PoE (802.3af, class 3)
Power Consumption: 18 VAC to 30 VAC: 0.38 A to 0.22 A, max. 9 W 9 VDC to 15 VDC: 0.63 A to 1.06 A, max. 9 W PoE (802.3af, class 3): 44 V to 57 V, 0.22 A to 0.17 A, max. 9.5 W
Protection Level: IP66 Standard; TVS 6000V Lightning Protection, Surge Protection and Voltage Transient Protection
Dimension: 376.1 mm × 119.1 mm × 118.1 mm (14.81″ × 4.68″ × 4.65″)
Weight: Approx. 1.82 kg (4.01 lb)
Hikvision’s Thermal Detection Camera Advantages:
Superior image stability:
Hikvision Thermal Screening Cameras capture stable round-the-clock video, regardless of environmental factors such as zero light, bright light, backlight, shadows, fog, smog, and rain.
High accuracy alarms:
Hikvision Thermal Scanning Cameras can provide ultra-effective detection like for line crossing, intrusion, and region entrance and exit. Using integrated graphics processing units (GPU), Deep Learning algorithms are able to reduce false alarms triggered by non-human and non-vehicle objects in outdoor and indoor perimeter defense applications.
Hikvision’s Security Thermal Cameras also feature Bi-Spectrum Image Fusion technology, which provides more image detail by supplementing thermal images with optical ones, providing viewers a powerful tool to identify hidden objects and verify unusual events. The dual-module design reduces the costs required to install separate thermal and optical cameras.
Hikvision Thermal Cameras guarantee layered situational awareness across a range of scenarios such as perimeter protection, temperature measurement and fire detection in your premises.
Hikvision thermal screening cameras feature three innovative functions for better environmental adaptability: Auto Gain Control (AGC), Digital Detail Enhancement (DDE), and 3D Digital Noise Reduction (DNR). AGC adjusts the dynamic range of the image to help the image retain balanced brightness; DDE, based on an algorithm defining region of interest, renders more detail in the on-screen image; and 3D DNR further minimizes the influence of “hot pixels”, making images appear even sharper.