New SENTINEL Rugged Daylight & Thermal PTZ Camerasadmin
Night Vision Camera Specialists, IRIS INNOVATIONS, are pleased to announce a brand new range of super-tough PTZ cameras designed for the harshest environments – both on and off the water.
Available across a number of SKU’s depending on your requirements and your budget, and available also in a range of colours to suit your application, Sentinel cameras take their style cues from Iris’s best-selling NightRunner range and build them into a far more robust cast, anodised and powder-coated aluminium housing. Everything about the Sentinel range has been subject to a major overhaul, improving motor strength, internal temperature management, repositioning connectors centrally to simplify installation and much more…
There are currently two thermal resolutions to choose from (384×288 and 640×512) with a higher resolution device and a budget level model in the pipeline. Cameras are available as either single payload or in dual payload formats pairing up the thermal core with a high-quality daylight camera.
As well as thermal imaging options, there are also both analogue and high definition IP Day camera models available, and coming soon in 2020, an industry first super-star light camera utilising technology only available to the military until now.
Sentinel cameras are already being used in the Fire, Search and Rescue industry and by forward-thinking marine customers, commercial and recreational, looking for a robust, solid and durable solution to aid situational awareness, security and safety at sea.
For further details check out our Sentinel product page HERE or contact:
Iris Innovations Limited. Tel: +44(0)2392 556509 / email: email@example.com
Iris Innovations has specialised in marine camera systems for nearly 15 years. From the Iris001 —the industry’s first specialised docking camera launched in 2001 to today’s latest innovations —Iris has earned a reputation for pioneering new technology. Based in the United Kingdom, in 2013 Iris expanded its U.S. headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida to better meet growing demand in the North American yachting market.