Draeger has been a trustworthy and faithful partner to fire departments for over a century. Draeger’s ATEX, UL and NFPA approved thermal imaging cameras are used by firefighters around the globe.
The Draeger UCF NFPA thermal imaging cameras provide outstanding images to firefighters. Incredible resolution provides a meticulous detail of the conditions. All Draeger UCF thermal imagers including the UCF 6000, UCF 7000, UCF 9000 and the new UCF 8000 were designed to exceed NFPA requirements and are certified to NFPA Standard 1801 STANDARD ON THERMAL IMAGERS FOR THE FIRE SERVICE, 2013 Edition.
The Drager NFPA thermal imagers are dependable even in the most arduous environments. Armed with a durable housing, the Draeger UCF TICs are heat resistant so as to endure the rigors of use in extreme conditions. Because of their extraordinary protection class of IP67, Drager UCF thermal imaging cameras are resilient to classic conditions encountered during firefighting operations such as water and products of combustion. Lithium-ion battery technology provides operating times of up to four hours.
By utilizing the four way toggle button found below the screen, firefighters can access up to 8 modes offered on some Draeger NFPA UCF models. These modes include Fire mode for Engine company suppression ops, Persons mode for Truck company search and rescue operations, Thermal Scan mode for searching for extension and hot spots by highlighting objects that are greater than the set temperature, Outdoor mode for searching for subjects outside, Haz Mat mode for identifying leaks and determining container content level, Scan PLUS mode for highlighting heat sources on a live video image instead of a thermal image, Normal view mode for use as a video camera for investigations, documenting etc.
The Black Box feature on some of the Draeger NFPA imagers allows for recording about 2 hours of audio/video. When the UCF imagers fill up that 2 hour storage the black box of the UCF TICs assures continued recording by simply recording over the oldest data so that the most recent recordings are always available for download via the USB adapter.
All Draeger UCF thermal imaging cameras offer a compact design with one hand operating where all functions and controls are rapidly selected with the thumb or finger. All controls of the Drager UCF TICs are suitably at hand even when crawling.
Some of the Draeger NFPA thermal imagers have the ability to record audio, video as well as still photos. With this option, you can record operations and training scenarios for review.
Enhanced image processing delivers a faster impression of the situation. Some Draeger UCF thermal imaging cameras allow for viewing tight areas such as crawl spaces where maneuverability is limited. Drager’s snapshot feature provides a brief freeze frame that can then be viewed on the display. Simply point the TIC toward the area you wish to view and press and hold the trigger. This freezes the image for evaluation. To return to normal viewing simply release the trigger.
The Draeger UCF TICs continuously present a high temp resolution even in extreme heat environments. This offers the ability to spot cooler items such as victims even in the area of a fire with the finest possible resolution.
Below are the Draeger Drager NFPA certified approved TIC thermal imaging camera Models available from Adams Fire at 800-942-5880 which include the UCF 6000 part number 8321130, UCF 7000 part number 8321140, UCF 8000 part number 8325360 and UCF 9000 part number 8321240
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