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Mobotix MX-M16TA-R119 6MP Outdoor Thermal IP Network Security Camera with TR/Thermal Radiometry - MX-M16TA-R119

Mobotix MX-M16TA-R119 6MP Outdoor Thermal IP Network Security Camera with TR/Thermal Radiometry - MX-M16TA-R119
 
Our Price: $4,899.00


Availability: In stock
SKU: MXM16TAR119

Description
 
Thermal radiation is electromagnetic radiation emitted by a bodybased on its temperature. It is caused by thermal motion within abody’s molecules. This is the result of accelerated charges that emitradiation in accordance with the laws of electrodynamics. Thermalimaging technology captures and displays temperature distributionacross surfaces and objects. Thermographic cameras usually displayheat intensity information in artificial colors (blue = cooler, red =warmer). In terms of the number of pixels, the resolution is considerably lower than that for cameras capturing thevisible spectral range. - The NETD, or Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference, is used to measure the sensitivity of a thermalsensor and is expressed in millikelvin. With an NETD of 50 mK, MOBOTIX thermal cameras can visualize temperaturevariations starting at 0.05°C , which places them in the top range of cameras currently available for general use. - Temperature Events And Thermal Overlay - In this way critical situations can be analyzed in the controlroom in order to plan the next steps for effective fire prevention. Critical assets like emergency generators, windturbines or radio stations can be cost-effectively maintained and tested remotely. MOBOTIX thermal dual camerasystems offer thermal overlay to localize so-called hot spots in the visual image to prevent larger damage. Thestandard Power-over-Ethernet (Po - E) compatibility and the extremely low power consumption of only 6 wattsallows operation of MOBOTIX thermal camera systems in every situation. - PEG/MJPEG/H.264 Intelligent 3D Motion Detection 4GB Internal Micro - SD Weatherproof IP66

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