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Home Camera 1 km

United Vision Security System

EV3000-D-IR long range Pan Tilt PTZ Surveillance FLIR, thermal imaging camera with HD telephoto zoom IR DAY/NIGHT VISION imager

 

Camera 1 km Camera 1 km

 

EV3000 Long Range Thermal Imaging FLIR Day/Night from 1 to 50 km wireless HD IP

Security Surveillance Camera System for Harpor, Ports, Offshore, Marine, Navy, City surveillance, border, and more.


The EV3000 is a long-range day/night vision thermal /CCTV Visible surveillance camera with a heavy duty multi-sensor imaging platform for hostile environments. It combines a high-resolution thermal imager with ultra long range zoom CCTV camera for a truly complete 24/7/365 imaging system.


The EV3000 Multi-Sensor pan tilt zoom (PTZ) Thermal imaging system is versatile, easy to install and operate.

LONG RANGE PAN TILT PTZ THERMAL IMAGING FLIR CAMERAS INTRODUCED

The EV3000 is available for applications that require ultra LONG RANGE
1 to 25+ km Thermal IMAGING

Camera 1 km

The EV3000 Long Range Camera System One camera for 24/7 surviellance

Detection - Recognition - Identification

from 1 km/miles to 25 km/miles

Day - Night - Dark - Fog - Smoke all weather and lights conditions 24/7

 

This EV3000 Long range thermal imager can withstand any weather, comes with wiper blades to take care of rain & handles any surveillance situation you can throw at it! 

Call us for Custom configuration options!

Multiple new advanced HD High Definition Sensors can be integrated onto the EV3000 PT Pan Tilt FLIR thermal imager.

The EV3000 HD 4K is the world’s highest color low light enhanced night vision sensor technology. The EV3000 is a Cutting edge broadband HD Sensor that can achieve outstanding Color Day like the imagery in extremely low light levels.

FOR ULTRA LONG RANGE THERMAL IMAGING FLIR / DUAL CCTV ZOOM 

5 PTZ FLIR THERMAL IR INFRARED CAMERA CONTROLLER WITH JOYSTICK, MONITOR, KEYBOARD ALL IN ONE MODULE

 The EV3000-X PTZ Thermal imaging FLIR/CCTV Pan Tilt Zoom system is currently being utilized in multiple worldwide strategic
locations with custom connectivity and sensor configurations,
The unit is catered for mobile, fixed, marine and mast mounted applications.
Contact UVSS with your custom requirements, We can find you a solution rapidly, efficiently and affordable.

 The EV3000 thermal surveillance camera PTZ is a true multi-sensor imaging platform. Featuring a high-resolution thermal imager with digital zoom and color thermal imaging mated to a high-quality CCTV visual imaging camera with ultra-long-range zoom. The sensors are mounted on a variable speed pan tilt base with 360-degree continuous rotation. The system responds to standard PELCO-D commands and can be programmed to auto scan and perform remote tours. No other system can provide the durability, feature set and affordable price of the EV3000 Thermal PTZ systems. The EV3000 Has been installed in many key facilities and works exceptionally well mast mounted with standard or telescoping masts. Border patrol Scope trucks have adapted the EV3000 thermal imaging night vision system for immigration/frontier border patrol and homeland security.

The enemy is real. The night is dark. The job is critical. Get the right tool to get it done! The future is here now and its more affordable than you think. In today’s uncertain times of world conflict, it has become more important than ever for the good guys to own the night. Traditional pan tilt zoom thermal imaging platforms have long suffered from two majors drawbacks, price and size. For years these multi-sensor pan tilt imaging systems have been mammoth contraptions sometimes standing over two feet tall and weighing in at 100 pounds plus. The support gear required to safely mount and position these units made them extremely unpractical for all but the most extreme of applications. In addition, these giants had price tags that could range from a minimum of $35,000 to as high as $750,000 further limiting there use to exotic applications. unfortunately, this set of circumstances meant that a great many agencies that truly need this capability had no hope of ever procuring this expensive and cumbersome technology. The EV3000 thermal pan tilt zoom system represents a breakthrough in innovative design philosophy that now makes thermal pan tilt zoom systems smaller, lighter and much less expensive. By utilizing COTS components and leveraging existing technologies the EV3000 can deliver comparable performance at a small fraction of the cost and size of traditional pan-tilt systems. A wide range of options and industry-standard control protocols further extend the EV3000’s capabilities. The choice is clear for any professional involved in nighttime operations- the EV3000 thermal surveillance camera is your tool of choice.

 

The EV3000 is a very robust heavy duty all weather system that is suited for vehicle mobile applications, emergency response vehicle / tactical vehicle mounted installs as well as a mast, pole, marine, border, security, surveillance, building, and fixed applications. The system is fully universal with standard rs485 data controls, analog, digital, IP, Ethernet, Poe, GIG-E (gig ethernet) and standard outputs for ease of integration into any existing installs and new setups. Ideal for the border, mobile, fixed, coastline and perimeter security applications, the EV3000 can be custom built with your choice of exotic digital sensors catered to meet any mission.

The low cost affordable EV3000-D-IR Family of thermal Infrared imaging FLIR PTZ GPS compass camera system is a Daytime EO Television long-range telephoto and thermal Infrared FLIR imager Sensor combo platform. All weather housing and robust military grade sensors ensure long life and quality imaging performance, The systems are available in Short, medium, long and Ultra Extreme telephoto long-range lens optical options. Precision Pan and tilt mechanism with programmable tours ensure rocksteady movement with zero backlashes. The systems can be Fixed mounted, mobile and marine installed in many custom applications. Email us with your needs, we will mfg the systems ready to plug and play into your infrastructure. The Systems can be integrated with LWIR uncooled Thermal IR detectors or MWIR cooled Thermal IR Engines.

The EV3000 thermal pan tilt zoom imaging platform is equally at home on fixed mount structures, vehicle operations, and Marine vessel applications. Whatever you need the EV3000 delivers.

There are many PTZ Pan Tilt Zoom Imaging payloads available in the marketplace, The EV3000 FLIR Thermal Imaging Security/Surveillance camera stands out due to its affordable cost, robust imaging performance, and high duty cycle. The EV3000 can be used on masts, mobile vehicles, marine boats, on buildings/facilities, and just about anywhere. The EV3000 LWIR camera has independent sensor channels which allow the user to select from different sensors with zero lag time and instant real-time live imaging. Being fully universal, the EV3000 can be easily integrated into new networks or existing ones, standard protocols and output allow the user/installer to easily hook the EV3000 up without the need for any proprietary cables, connectors and data streams. Zero backlash pan tilt positioner make it rock steady when panning and tilting. Full camera and sensors controls are available for the user to get into the menu and alter the performance of the sensor based on the application.

EV3000 LRTI Long Range Thermal Surveillance Camera Features

High-Resolution Thermal Surveillance Camera

The EV3000 multi-sensor thermal surveillance camera system boasts the latest in uncooled microbolometer thermal sensors with the latest in High Definition thermal sensors featuring an astounding 307,200-pixel thermal sensor resolution.

Integrated Wiper

The EV3000 has all the bells and whistles included as standard features. The CCTV camera can become obscured by rain, mud, snow or dirt and the integrated windshield wiper can be remotely activated on the EV3000 menu system to quickly and efficiently clean the lens. No matter what the conditions bring, the EV3000 strives to deliver.

Continuous Rotation

Threats and targets of interest come in all sizes and from every direction. They also move! Situational awareness requires that you have the ability to not only see these targets but track them wherever they go. Many high priced systems can only UVSS a maximum of 360 or even 380 degrees in rotation and then they have to UVSS all the way around the other direction to keep tracking a target. The EV3000 utilizes an advanced slip ring technology to give the EV3000 the advantage of being able to UVSS continuously in either direction. With the EV3000 you never have to take your eyes off the target due to technical limitations of your imaging system. The EV3000 has your back, and your front, and any other direction you want to point!

Advanced Thermal Features

The EV3000 is loaded right out of the box with the thermal infrared imaging features that you need for a successful mission outcome. The EV3000 thermal pan tilt system does not overload the user with useless features and toys. Advanced thermal imaging features include the following. Auto image exposure so that the operator is not wasting time and attention on image adjustments. Thermal digital zoom helps the EV3000 to bring distant targets in for a closer look. The included full-color thermal imaging helps the user discriminate targets in the scene. High resolution and high-quality germanium optics further enhance the clarity and precision of the EV3000 Thermal Camera system.

User Programmed Auto-Tours

The EV3000 sensors are integrated into an intelligent pan tilt positioning platform that can be user configured to satisfy any criteria. With the EV3000 you can set up to 128 preset points and tell the EV3000 to scan between two points setting both speed and direction. You can also set up to 6 scanning paths with each path containing up to 16 pre-set points. With these options, you can easily set up the EV3000 to automatically scan your target area while you watch for intruders. For example, you could set the EV3000 to Pan/Tilt to the entrance gate, zoom in and hold for 5 seconds. Next, the EV3000 would automatically Pan/Tilt to the perimeter fence, zoom out and hold for 8 seconds. Then on to the next point all automatically. To stop the scan all you have to do is grab the joystick for instant user control override. Simple, intelligent and powerful.

Long Range Zoom

The EV3000 thermal surveillance camera is a potent imaging system either day or night. All EV3000 multi-sensor thermal pan tilt zoom systems come with an ultra-crisp CCTV video component. The CCTV camera subsystem boasts an incredible 36X optical and 12X digital zoom for a total video zoom of 432X! Long range imaging is no problem in daylight or low light conditions. Thermal zoom and telephoto imaging can be customized for your application. The EV3000 thermal sensor can be coupled with a variety of precision engineered long range germanium optics and digital zoom configurations.


 

Easy Installation

The EV3000 multi-sensor thermal pan tilt system was designed and manufactured to be easily integrated into a wide variety of platforms. The base of the lightweight EV3000 system is secured with a simple 4 bolt mounting pattern. Integrated bushings protect the EV3000 from shock and vibration. Wiring of the EV3000 is as simple as possible. All that is required is a power connection, serial connection (for control) and simple video connection. The EV3000 can easily be installed in guard towers, network video systems, wireless configurations, buildings, vehicles, vessels and almost any other location that you can think of.

Customizable

The EV3000 is a COTS pan-tilt thermal imaging system manufactured by United Vision Security System. Standard models are generally in stock and ready for immediate shipment. Custom and semi-custom configurations are a specialty of UVSS. By leveraging our EV3000 COTS solutions we can custom tailor a system to your exact needs. Anything is possible with the EV3000 system. Call a specialist today to discuss your unique application. From Mild to Wild we can get the job done.

The stabilized EV3000 MRTI is the easiest thermal pan tilt zoom system to install. Integrates simply with all security systems. FULLY UNIVERSAL AND COMPATIBLE WITH ANY NETWORK INTEGRATION SCENARIOS WITH WIRED, LOCAL, REMOTE, IP, STREAMING, ONVIF, POE POWER OVER ETHERNET, ANALOG, ETHERNET, SOLAR, FIBER, MICROWAVE INSTALLATIONS. Remote IP and digital ground control station and PTZ controllers are available to suit any mission requirement,


 

EV3000 PTZ Thermal Surveillance Images


The EV3000 is available for applications that require ultra LONG TV/MWIR/LWIR Thermal FLIR RANGE IMAGING, **CLICK HERE** TO SEE THE EV3000 PTZ EOIR SYSTEM
Configuration


Visual camera: Integrated CCTV Zoom camera / HD 3G SDI
Thermal imager: Uncooled microbolometer focal plane array with 10, 12 and 17 Um Micron detectors
Power supply: DC12V±10% Iin±2.5A / custom configurations available
Interface: RS485, RS232, ONVIF, Genetec, IP/Ethernet Dual/Tri-sensor analog video output (NTSC/PAL). DC12V power supply
COTS fixed and zoom PTZ Thermal imaging lenses include 9mm, 19mm, 25mm, 35mm, 45mm, 50mm, 55mm, 60mm, 75mm, 85mm, 100mm, 25-75mm, 25-100mm, 25-125mm, 25-150mm, 25-175mm, 25-200mm, 25-225mm, 25-250mm, 25-275mm, for longer ranges refer to EV3000-D-IR1100 Long Range thermal Pan tilt Zoom thermal imaging FLIR cameras.

Technical Capabilities
Capability: Short / Medium Range, Long Range user selectable Ge fixed and continuous zoom Thermal FLIR optics
Power consumption: ≤30W
weight: 12 lbs. – 25 lbs, dependent on thermal and CCTV Sensors and lenses
dimension: 17.25″x9.5″x9″ / 20″x12″x12″
Working time: ≥45000 hours

Environment indicators
Working Temperature: -10°F ~ +140°F
Storage Temperature: ~40°F ~ +185°F
MILSTD, IP66 / IP67 Purged/Sealed all weather payload, gimbal & pan tilt housing
Anti-vibration: 150m/s 2 11ms
Salt-fog Spray: continuously spray fog for 48 hours under PH6.5-7.2

CCTV Camera
Scanning method: Scanning / CMOS HD 1080P global shutter real-time 60hz sensor
Zoom: 44 X optical power zoom (autofocus), 16 X digital zoom / NOW AVAILABLE with HD 1080p Camera,

OPTIONAL 500mm/750mm/1000mm/1500mm and 2000mm ultra extreme long range telephoto zoom lenses available, contact us for additional info on lens options
Imaging chip FPA: 1/” IT Exview HAD CCD
Valid pixel: 1024 (H) X768 (V) / optional HD 2-10 megapixel sensors
Focus: automatic, one push, manual, unlimited far
Focal length: f=1.3 / up to 2000 mm
Signal-to-noise: ≥50db
Video output: VBS:1.0Vp-p (simultaneous negative), Y/C output, PAL or NTSC
Lowest illumination: Passive Low Lux imager
Electronic shutter: 1/1~1/10,000s
Simultaneous system: Simultaneous inside or outside
White balance: Auto, ATW, Indoor, Outdoor, One-push, Manual
Backlight compensation: ON / OFF

Pan Tilt PTZ Gimbal Turret Positioner
Tilt speed: 0~60°/s
Pan speed: 0~80°/s
Pre-setting points: 128 Maximum
Scan speed: 0.5~30v/s / Zero backlashes, 100% Duty Cycle, Titanium gears, Weapons Grade Qualified Available upon Request
Cruising function: 6 cruising paths
Track self-inspection: <40s

Thermal FLIR Imager
Sensor Technology: LWIR Uncooled infrared focal plane array microbolometer / MWIR Cooled – SWIR Short Wave Infrared – optional
Ge Germanium Thermal imaging lenses: Coated & hardened Athermalized Fixed & CZ Continuous optical zoom
Digital Zoom: 2X, 4X, 8x
Wavelength: 7~14µm, tracking, fusion, image blending
Detection distance: 2000+ Meter (human detection range), 4000+ vehicle detection ranges / Longer Ranges available


 

Look up the EV3000-D-IR250  for detection PTZ EOIR Ranges up to and exceeding 10 Km/Miles

EV3000 Long Range uncooled LWIR Zoom PTZ, CLICK ON PICTURE FOR VIDEO EXAMPLES

Minimum Object Distance: 5m
Field of view: 25 degrees to .17 degree FOV
Thermal control: Auto image exposure, multiple thermal color palettes for target discrimination, enhanced thermal imaging
signal processing, LLLTV, optional LRF, GPS, DMC, Laser Range Finder, IR Laser Pointer, Illuminator, Designator, Gas leak Sensing and Detection, color night vision BSTFA, SWIR

 Thermal imaging

A new tool for seeing in total darkness, and in extreme weather conditions, is thermal imaging. Thermal imaging is the use of a thermal imaging camera to “see” thermal energy emitted from an object. Thermal imaging cameras produce images of invisible infrared or “heat” radiation. Based on temperature differences between objects, thermal imaging produces a crisp image on which the smallest of details can be seen. They work both during daytime and nighttime.

Most FLIR IR infrared Systems thermal imaging cameras contain an uncooled Vanadium Oxide detector. Not only does this produce excellent quality thermal images, since it is not containing any moving parts, but it also needs virtually no maintenance. Thermal imaging technology requires no additional lighting or illumination and has no regular maintenance costs.

What the science behind a thermal imaging FLIR IR night vision PTZ pan tilt gimbal turret camera?

(a) Exterior Housing – Usually composed of an aluminum bell-shaped cover, The housing can be of all shapes and sizes from plastic to military grade hardened coated all weather NBC Nuclear Biological Chemical compliant
(b) IR FPA LWIR/MWIR/SWIR/CMOS Camera module
This is where the image FLIR, MWIR, LWIR, SWIR, night vision, intensified, CMOS, longwave, shortwave, mid-wave cooled and uncooled detector and sensors reside, CCD sensor, optical zoom germanium DFOV, TFOV, Fixed, and CZ continuous zoom lenses, and the motors that control Zoom and Focus are located.
(c) PTZ Pan Tilt control board
The PTZ control board processes RS485 data that converts it into mechanical movements. Some are Pelco, Pelco Extended and are available in a wide array of protocols supporting VMS, GUI, ONVIF, IP, ETHERNET, FIBER, MICROWAVE, ANALOG, DIGITAL, and WIRELESS
(d) PTZ motors – are the small motors that allow the thermal FLIR and CCTV HD camera to perform up, down, left and right functions. Marked by the arrows are two step motors; the one to the top controls up and down movements and the one at the bottom controls left and right movements, some systems have no motors and other methods of moving the cameras PTZ, some use brushless motors.

The Long Range Pan Tilt EV3000 Thermal Imaging FLIR camera is installed in worldwide critical facility environments for;

Overview of long-range SD and HD (high definition) LWIR and MWIR thermal imaging IR FLIR PTZ pan tilt cameras

Because everything generates heat, thermal imaging cameras can see as well at night as they can during the day. Cameras dependent on visible light are useless at night or in poor visibility without supplementary illumination from lamps, LEDs or lasers.
See clearly also in broad daylight and in total darkness night vision
UVSS’s long-range IR FLIR PTZ pan tilt thermal imaging cameras will not only protect borders and assets against intruders during the darkest of nights. The cameras are also perfectly suited for daytime surveillance. The long-range infrared cooled and uncooled FLIR thermal imaging cameras will detect objects that remain invisible to the naked eye. For example, people hiding in the shadows or in the bushes will be detected. The cameras are also not blinded by glare from the sun.
Force Protection, Border Security and Surveillance The Ultra extreme NFOV long range FLIR thermal imaging night vision PTZ surveillance systems cover more territory and enable detection and classification better than any other sensor suite available. Networkable video and control make the long range FLIR thermal imaging systems the perfect border security imaging solution. The systems can be connected to a radar in a so-called “slew to cue” configuration. If the radar detects an object, the camera turns in the correct direction so that you get a visual image from that blip on your radar screen.
Coastal Surveillance Some countries are bordered by thousands of kilometers of coastline. The long-range ptz pan tilt zoom FLIR thermal imaging systems are the perfect tools to monitor what is happening along the coastline. They can be used to intercept illegal immigrants or to detect other threats coming from the sea. They are perfect for Vessel Traffic Monitoring and can work together with Automatic Identification Systems (AIS) and radars.
Perimeter Security Airports, air force bases, hydroelectric power plants, refineries, oil and gas pipelines, and any other large infrastructure objects have perimeters that can be kilometers long. The ultra-extreme FLIR thermal imaging systems provide the ultimate security solution. Detection ranges can exceed 50 kilometers KM
Quick and accurate Pan & Tilt unit The ultra-compact, ultra-precision IP68+ Pan & Tilt unit is designed for heavy duty service in extremely demanding environments, from hot desert to arctic conditions. This positioning unit includes slip-ring connections for the different signals (video, power, and data), which allow for infinite horizontal rotation, and provide DC servo drives for the rotary movement in both axes. High precision gears provide fast accurate movement, free from backlash and extremely low hysteresis, through a continuous 360° rotation. The performance contributes to finding targets faster, as well as to get a good and stable display of the sensors’ pictures even in very narrow fields of view. Incremental encoders allow for accurate geo-referencing of targets with the precise read-out of the vertical and horizontal angles. Our PTZ pan tilt gimbals are the longest lasting most reliable positioning gimbals available. Enhanced electronic and active gyro stabilization ensures jitter-free imagery at extremely long ranges and while operating the system on the move on mobile/windy harsh mast/pole/tripod hydraulic and retractable platforms.
Laser Range Finder LRF, UVSS’s ultra-extreme long-range day/night vision MWIR midwave cooled and long-wave LWIR uncooled systems can be equipped with long-range eye safe Laser Range Finder. Combined with the GPS system and the electromagnetic compass, it will allow you to exactly determine where a suspected object is located and how far it is away even at extreme standoff long ranges.
Easy to install learn and operate, Our long-range thermal IR infrared imaging PTZ pan tilt gimbal systems are designed to be easily installed and operated from remote or local C2.

We can Customize your Pan Tilt Zoom Thermal, CCTV and other imaging sensor system to fit your exact requirements,
We have facilities that can satisfy any requirement in a rapid response timeframe. We offer the worlds best long range camera system from 1 km to 25+ km PTZ 
imaging systems. 
Contact us for additional information and pricing or call 413-592-8477

 

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