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Seeing: Our eyes see the light reflected on objects. Cameras and the human eye work on the same basic principle. "Visible light energy hits something and bounces. Natural or artificial sensor takes it and transforms it into an image" "Unless the eye or camera receives sufficient light, the image cannot be taken". In addition to the environmental artificial light sources at night, it is limited to the lights provided by the star and the moon. If these lights are not enough to see, there is no solution other than illuminating the Environment. It's a low light camera. It sends the necessary light to the environment within its task area. acquires an image through reflected light. If there is no light, there is no image! How does the Thermal Camera See? Thermal cameras are completely different from cameras except for the name. Actually we call them "cameras" but these are actually sensors. To understand how they work, the first thing you need to do is forget everything you thought you knew how cameras paint. Thermal cameras paint from heat, not visible light. Heat (also known as infrared or thermal, energy) and light are both parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. A camera that can detect visible light does not see thermal energy. Cameras that can see thermal light cannot take conventional images. Thermal imagers detect more than heat; As little as 0.01 ° C - they detect small differences in temperature and display them in gray or different shades of color. What is Heat Signature? Everything we encounter in our daily life has thermal energy. Even the ice. Something warmer emits more thermal energy. This radiated thermal energy is called the "heat signature". When two objects next to each other have different heat signatures, they are clearly visible in a thermal imager regardless of the lighting conditions. Thermal energy; It reaches you from the area you are viewing. Humans, animals, motors and machines create their own heat, biologically or mechanically. All other objects found in nature Soil, boulder, buoys, vegetation - absorb heat from the sun during the day and radiate it during the night. Since different materials absorb and emit thermal energy at different rates, an area we think of as a temperature is actually a mosaic of different temperatures. Therefore, a log in water for days will look like a different temperature than water and can therefore be seen by a thermal imager. thermal imagers detect these temperature differences and convert them into image detail. Although the images made up of colors seem complicated, the use of the new generation thermal cameras is extremely easy. The images are clear, understandable and easy. It does not require training or interpretation that will take days. If you can watch TV, you can use a thermal camera. As of 2019, VDS has deemed suitable for the use of thermal cameras for early fire detection solutions in difficult and risky areas. dusty, dirty, open or closed areas where it has difficulties ■ Waste incineration facilities ■ Recycling facilities ■ Outdoor storage centers ■ Fuel tanks ■ Container storages ■ Wood processing plants ■ Coal storages provide effective fire detection solutions. : Panoramic heat map of risk areas is created. Operational temperatures are determined separately for each point on this map. The heat map is updated instantly and the detection scenario starts to be applied in case the temperature changes exceed the determined limits. In this way, fire is detected before it occurs. Operating Logic: The early fire detection software evaluates every temperature change in the detection area and can automatically initiate appropriate measures. The system can independently detect if it detects a source of interference (eg hot exhaust vehicle, truck with heated brake linings) or whether the fire has started. If a fire is clearly detected, the warning can be transmitted directly to a central fire alarm system and a mechanical extinguishing system. With special software, it can also automatically control a fire extinguisher (fire extinguisher monitor) to combat the fire directly and prevent major damage until the fire brigade arrives. Installed fixed water, foam fire extinguishing equipment can be activated and triggered Advantages of early fire detection system with thermal camera: Panoramic thermal imaging For the first time, flawless, radiometric close-ups have been made possible with this technology. ■ High measurement precision Thermal images with a resolution of 16,500 x 9,600 measurement points ■ Detailed view in detail A zoom-capable video camera is integrated. In this way, in a single user interface, both normal camera view and thermal camera view can be made at the same time (360 °). ■ Very easy-to-use feature Touch screen functions and indicators are designed as simple as possible and the user is aimed to concentrate on security-related tasks. is difficult with, or there is a high probability of false alarms. Usages in all risky mums and dusty environments can be carried out without any problems thanks to the integrated heating and cooling system and the blowing system in the optics. Panoramic thermal imager can be integrated into systems that extinguish fires fully automatically ■ Almost maintenance-free Precise and high-quality movement capability for continuous use and special cables remaining inside ■ Integrated fire alarm outputs compatible with all centrally known fire alarm systems ■ Central control Only one controller Full targeted control of one or more extinguishing monitors for fully automatic extinguishing with extinguishing control Can be expanded modularly Additional cameras and workstations can be added to this system at any time. knowledge is not required. The four fixing bolts must be removed, the power supply and mains cable disconnected, that's all it takes. The system starts automatically after the change and automatically takes over all the settings.

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Panoramic heat map of risk areas is created. Operational temperatures are determined separately for each point on this map. The heat map is updated instantly and the detection scenario starts to be applied in case the temperature changes exceed the determined limits. In this way, fire is detected before it occurs.

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