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  • Camera Type:
    Camera Type

    Thermal Cameras(fixed) are stationary cameras that are installed and pointed to one location. Their field of view should never change after installation unless a zoom lens is used.

    Dual Channel PTZ cameras typically have a Color Day camera for daytime use and a thermal camera for nighttime use. These cameras are integrated with a continuous 360 pan/tilt platform.

    Near-IR Illuminated PTZ cameras have a Color Day camera for daytime use and an IR optimized camera paired with either an LED or Laser Illuminater for nighttime use. These cameras are integrated with a pan/tilt platform.

  • Sensor:
    Sensor

    LWIR (uncooled) thermal sensors provide a standard thermal image and moderate performance ranges.

    MWIR (cooled) thermal sensors provide a high quality thermal image and very long range performance ranges.

    Near-IR Night Sensors provide very high quality, high contrast, highly detailed images at moderate performance ranges even at night or zero light.

    Color Day sensors provide vibrant full color video during the day but are not suitable for use when no light is available.

  • Pixel Size:
     
    nm 
     
    Pixel Size/Resolution

    The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector.

    Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller.

    he more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width).

    Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.

  • Resolution: *
    Pixel Size/Resolution

    The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector.

    Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller.

    The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width).

    Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.

  • Video Type:
    Video Type

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  • Lens: mm
    Lens Size

    Lens Size affects the range and Field of View of the system and is measured in millimeters (mm).

    Smaller focal length lenses provide a shorter viewing distance and a wider field of view. Larger focal length lenses provide longer viewing distances but a narrower field of view.

    CCD camera lenses use standard glass while thermal cameras are germanium or silica based. Standard glass optics are typically more cost effective than germanium/silica which results in longer focal lengths for CCD cameras in general.

  • Field of View: ° H x ° V
    Field of View

    Field of View is affected by the number of pixels on the detector and also the focal length of the lens.

    For example, a 17um 640 x 480 thermal detector provides a wider field of view than a 25um 320 x 240 detector.

    Smaller focal length lenses provide a shorter viewing distance and a wider field of view. Larger focal length lenses provide longer viewing distances but a narrower field of view.

    The field of view values for zoom cameras is listed here for the maximum focal length (full zoom).

  • Camera Location: N ° W ° CHANGE
  • Mounting Height:
    Mounting Height

    Mounting height can affect both the maximum range performance (due to the ability to see over obstacles) and the minimum range performance (due to a "dead zone" that is created as the cameras vertical field of view moves higher). Increasing the mounting height increases the length of the dead zone. Dead zone can be compensated for by tilting the camera downward (not available in SiteBuilder).

    In SiteBuilder settings, you can create a default mounting height for every new camera or you can also turn off the dead zone calculation.

Camera Performance
Subject Type
  • Human
    Human Human
      Human

    Performance ranges vary based on: the target size, detector/lens specifications, and atmospheric attenuation.

    SiteBuilder calculations use 1.83m x 0.75m for a Human.

    Larger targets would produce performance ranges that are longer but unrealistic.

  • Vehicle
    Vehicle Vehicle
    Vehicle  Vehicle

    Performance ranges vary based on: the target size, detector/lens specifications, and atmospheric attenuation.

    SiteBuilder calculations use 2.3m x 2.3m for a Vehicle.

    Larger targets would produce performance ranges that are longer but unrealistic.

  • Boat
    Boat Boat
    Boat  Boat

    Performance ranges vary based on: the target size, detector/lens specifications, and atmospheric attenuation.

    SiteBuilder calculations use 4m x 1.7m for a Boat.

    Larger targets would produce performance ranges that are longer but unrealistic.

  • Fire detection
    Fire Vehicle
    Vehicle  Fire Detection

    The Fire Detection ranges listed in SiteBuilder are based on the detection of a 6m x 6m (18' x 18') size fire.

    Smaller fires cannot be detected at this range, contact Vumii to obtain the max detection ranges for smaller fires.

  • Gas Detection
    Fire Vehicle
    Vehicle  Gas Detection

    Gas Detection cameras are hand-held portable cameras that allow technicians in the natural gas, oil

    and petrochemical industries to detect fugitive emissions that cannot be seen with the human eye.

    Vumii's gas detection cameras are rated for harsh and combustible environments.

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  • NTSC
Camera Performance
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      • Product Model
        • Sensor/Resolution
        • 25 um 320 * 240
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • 17 um 640 * 480
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • Sensor/Resolution
        • 25 um 320 * 240
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • 17 um 640 * 480
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • Sensor/Resolution
        • 25 um 320 * 240
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • 17 um 640 * 480
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • Sensor/Resolution
        • 25 um 320 * 240
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • 17 um 640 * 480
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • Sensor/Resolution
        • 17 um 640 * 480
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • 15 um 640 * 512
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • Sensor/Resolution
        • 25 um 320 * 240
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • 17 um 640 * 480
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • Sensor/Resolution
        • 25 um 320 * 240
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • 17 um 640 * 480
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • Sensor/Resolution
        • 17 um 640 * 480
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • 15 um 640 * 512
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • Sensor/Resolution
        • 1/4 & 1/3 CCD
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
        • Sensor/Resolution
        • 1/4 & 1/3 CCD
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
      • Product Model
        • Sensor/Resolution
        • 25 um 320 * 240
          Pixel Size/Resolution
          The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector. Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller. The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width). Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.
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    Pixel Size/Resolution

    The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector.

    Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller.

    The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width).

    Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.

  • Resolution:

     

     
     
    Pixel Size/Resolution

    The smaller a pixel is, the more pixels that can fit on a detector.

    Typical thermal detectors today have a pixel size of 25um (microns), 17um, and 15um while CCD cameras have pixel sizes of 8um and smaller.

    The more pixels that can fit onto a detector, the higher the resolution of the output video and the bigger the field of view (both heighth and width).

    Though more combinations are available, SiteBuilder uses 15um 640 x 512, 17um 640 x 480, and 25um 320 x 240 as the standard thermal detector options and 6 - 8.5um pixel sizes for CCD camera detectors.

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    Lens Size

    Lens Size affects the range and Field of View of the system and is measured in millimeters (mm).

    Smaller focal length lenses provide a shorter viewing distance and a wider field of view. Larger focal length lenses provide longer viewing distances but a narrower field of view.

    CCD camera lenses use standard glass while thermal cameras are germanium or silica based. Standard glass optics are typically more cost effective than germanium/silica which results in longer focal lengths for CCD cameras in general.

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