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Chromanox Low Light Color Cameras from FLIR Systems

FLIR Systems has released its new, advanced ChromaNox EMCCD low light security cameras. The cameras are specifically developed for extreme environmental settings conditions.

Chromanox ultralow-light color cameras

The ChromaNox cameras use the EMCCD (electron multiplied CCD) technology, and are available in SXGA and VGA resolutions. The cameras are also available in monochrome and color models. The ChromaNox cameras offer superior image quality in various light conditions including dark starlight and bright sunlight.

The EMCCD cameras incorporate the image processing algorithms to generate hidden image details in challenging scene settings. The ChromaNox cameras fulfill the Mil-Spec operating temperature range of -40°C to 71°C. This specification ensures durability in challenging environments. The set of 1/2 inch format C-mount lenses allow long-range observation and close situational awareness in light levels that are unachievable using standard CMOS and CCD cameras.

FLIR’s ChromaNox 6 offers 640×480 resolutions and has Camera Link digital video and analog video. The ChromaNox 12, with 1280×1024 resolutions, provides a Camera Link digital video output.

Source: http://www.flir.com

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