* Enhanced 36x27 Degree FOV, f/1.4 Lens
* Provides the powerful advantage of sight in the dark
* Easily Mounts on existing vehicle spotlight
* Monitor perimeters Night or Day of restricted facilities
* Identify lost boaters or stray objects on the water
* Observe prowlers and criminals without their knowledge
* NTSC Video out for remote monitor or recording device
* Quickly scan between buildings, alleys or even under vehicles
* Built in Heaters for cold climates
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The NOPTIC is the one and only Spotlight Mount (patent pending) provides quick pan and tilt capabilities required for successful surveillance.
These NV3 NOPTIC's are proudly manufactured in the USA
There are other companies out there claiming to provide you with a product that is vastly different. They pretend to offer you a much better price for a superior product with propriety software, that is no different from what we offer. They claim we only serve Nevada, which isn't true...we serve EVERY State. If we listed all our Departments and Agencies, it would take up the entire page! KERIF Night Vision has been partnered with Autoliv Electronics (now Veoneer, Inc) since the very beginning and we have a solid track record of providing not only a great price, but exceptional customer service before, during, and after the sale. If there are any technical questions, we are more than happy to talk you through the troubleshooting steps. Still unsure? Call us and request a demo unit. We'll send one your way to test for a few weeks AT NO CHARGE!
Cheap imitators that move slow, or are fixed mounted, just can't deliver the results like a NOPTIC. The vehicle mounted thermal imaging camera enables you to conduct quick and easy Night Vision surveillance with its highly acclaimed panning and tilting capabilities. In addition, the ability to pan and tilt the camera, with the spotlight off, allows for the timely and tactical use of the spotlight.
Here's a video from one of our actual customer's. The NV3 unit they are showing was purchased from us at KERIF Night Vision.
Hand-held Thermal Imaging devices can spend most of their time in the trunk or back at the office, but the NOPTIC is at work all night, every night, Since the camera uses passive infrared sensing technology, it is not affected by oncoming headlights. The camera operates in complete darkness and at temperature extremes of 40 Degrees F to 176 Degrees F. It also has a built-in lens heater that activates automatically at temperatures below 40 Degrees F to keep the lens clear of frost and ice.
The NV3 NOPTIC is the newest addition to KERIF Night Vision's family of infrared Thermal Imaging Systems. Smaller than the now discontinued Raytheon Thermal-Eye 4000 & 5000, and almost every other Thermal Imager on the market, in addition to design accommodations, the NV3 NOPTIC is able to withstand the harsher environments of marine applications.
The NOPTIC contains the infrared sensor and the captured infrared scene, now converted to a real-time black/white video signal, is available to send Digital NTSC Video directly to your existing Laptop. For existing monitor systems, an optional RCA to USB capture device is available. Stand alone systems require RCA cable & Video Monitor or Recorder. The control module has a Micro USB as well as a Universal RCA jack for video output. Due to the many different cable connectors used in the various video systems on the market, you will need to determine and obtain the specific video input connector required for your video system.
If your existing Spotlight is LED or you have a specialty bulb (Flashes or has Red or Blue), there is no need to worry. Simply re-install your existing bulb in place of the LED Bulb provided. The bulbs work independently to the Thermal Imager.
Specs on the Clear LED Bulb: Clear Replacement Spot Lamp 6 inch diameter, 30 watts, 215,000 Candlepower, 50,000 hours lamp life; tightly controlled spot beam (9 Degree Horizontal & 9 Degree Vertical); 2,000 Lumens; Draws 2.5 Amps. The lamp has a hard-coated, polycarbonate, sealed lens and an anodized aluminum die cast reflector. 9 Degree beam spread and distance of 670 ft
Specs on the Clear Halogen Bulb:
(Sorry, this option is no longer being offered) Clear Replacement Spot Lamp 6 inch diameter. Rated at 12 volts, 100 watts, 245,000 CP, 100 hours lamp life; 7.5 Degree beam spread and distance of 700 ft.
Illumination is tricky as it depends on several factors and can be measured a couple ways. We measure our lights as the distance at which there would still be enough light to read a book as defined as .5 candlepower.
* Accident Investigation (determining when & to what extent brakes were/were not applied before crash, which brake marks belong to which vehicle)
* No more RANDOM Brake Inspections
* Hidden compartment detection / Drug Interdiction
* Identify overloaded commercial vehicles while in-motion or stopped (liquid-line in propane tank, commercial passenger buses just to name a couple)
* Hot Spots in structural/vehicular fires - Quickly scan an area with confidence
* Pointing K-9 officers in the right direction when searching for fleeing suspects (handprints & footprints remain visible after subject has fled)
* Pin-pointing the location of live shooters, hidden suspects, or rescue victims
* Identify recently operated vehicles (heat signature)
* Identify potential concealed weapons
* Recovery of spent casings
* REDUCE TIME SPENT/MANPOWER FOR ROUTINE PATROLLING
* And the list goes on
INFRARED IMAGING AND APPLICATIONS
Visible light, the rainbow of colors that can be sensed by the human eye, is electromagnetic radiation within a certain frequency band. 'Infra-' means 'below' and 'red' is the lowest frequency in the visible spectrum. Hence, 'infrared' (or 'IR') refers to that range of electromagnetic wavelengths just below that capable of sight by the human eye. In the IR range, energy from a scene is not sensed by sight (light) but rather by temperature.
Most objects that you see are not radiating visible light but instead, are reflecting light radiated from another source. Most objects have to be heated to extreme temperatures before they radiate energy in the visible light spectrum. However, energy in the infrared range is being radiated by all objects that are above absolute zero (-459F). Hence, everything has a thermal signature, regardless of light conditions.
The NV3 NOPTIC infrared detecting system distinguishes between very small differences in thermal (infrared) radiation, converts it to electrical signals, amplifies those differences, and reproduces them correspondingly in the visible light (video) range. Powerful advantages are achieved in being able to turn a pitch black night into a black and white TV image of the scene. As your infrared knowledge and experience grows, further applications will develop as you recognize heat clues beyond the naked eye in both day and night conditions.
Some advantages and success stories that can be achieved thru application of your NV3 NOPTIC are:
* See without being seen. Allows stealth surveillance and approach from within safety of vehicle.
* Element of surprise gives better situational control. Reduces opportunity for suspect flight and high speed chases.
* Night viewing by sight requires flashlights and searchlights which reveals the pursuer's position, giving advantage to the suspect who wants to stay hidden or surprise attack.
* Infrared viewing allows safer search capability while the suspect remains 'in the dark' until you are ready to illuminate them with your spotlight.
* In search and rescue, seconds count. Missing or injured persons can be located before lengthy search deployments are required.
* Docks, piers, boats, and other obstacles can all present dangerous hazards to marine navigation especially at night or in fog.
* With the NV3 NOPTIC, these objects are clearly visible against the uniform temperature of the surrounding water.
* Infrared won't 'bloom' or become blinded when hit with bright light such as headlights.
* Wide areas can be scanned to 'clear an area', establish a perimeter or more quickly locate a missing person or "man-overboard".
* An area can be brought under control in less time.
* Manpower and equipment resources are saved by reducing the need for foot patrol, K-9, helicopter, and flashlight expenses.
* Warmth on a car's engine compartment or tires yields evidence of when it was last driven.
* A hot car hidden in a cold parking lot stands out.
* Also, a suspect vehicle that is cold might be considered abandoned, reducing the chance and need to wait for his return.
* Buoys and markers are easily "seen", even in pitch black or poor weather, allowing for efficient navigation.
* While light reflects off of foliage, infrared from a person behind a bush is radiated through the foliage, allowing better detection in both day and night conditions.
* Tossed weapons and contraband are thermally evident against cold ground.
* Accident investigations yield heat clues in latent tire tracks and skid marks, unseen by sight.
* IR reflects off windows, metal structures, smooth concrete walls, and other opaque surfaces providing a mirroring ability around corners in day or night.
* Air gaps and surfaces touching each other can give heat clues as to hidden compartments, fluid levels, etc.
* Infrared is less prone to scattering and absorption by smoke, dust, and fog.
|Side by Side Comparison||Thermal-Eye 5000xp||Noptic Technical Specs|
|IR Focal Plane Array, Type & Material||Uncooled Ferroelectric, Barium Strontium Titanate (BST)||Uncooled Microbolometer, Vanadium Oxide (VoX)|
|Resolution/Pitch||320 x 240 / 48.5micro m||320 x 240 / 25micro m|
|Spectral Response||7-14micro m||8-14micro m|
|Window Type||Silicon with durable hard carbon exterior coating||Germanium with durable hard carbon exterior coating|
|Start-up Time||~ 45 seconds||2 seconds|
|Contrast/Brightness||Fully Automatic||Fully Automatic|
|Range to Detect Human Activity||Man-sized target at 1500ft (450m) depending on object size and contrast||Man-sized target at 1000ft (300m) depending on object size and contrast|
|Thermal Sensitivity||not specified||< 100mK NEdT|
|Optics Field of View (f/#)||24 x 18 Degrees (f/1.0)||36 x 27 Degrees (f/1.4)|
|Focus Method||Fixed (Auto-Compensated for temp variations)||Fixed (Auto-Compensated for temp variations)|
|Output Format||NTSC Compatible||NTSC Compatible Frame Rate: Std. 30Hz (International 9Hz Models)|
|IR Polarity||White Hot||White Hot|
|Power Input Voltage||9.5 to 16VDC||9-16V (operating range), Protected against over voltage, jump start, reverse battery|
|Power Consumption||not specified||2 Watts|
|Operating Temperature||-40C to 55C||-40 to 80C, Functional to 12,000' @ +185F|
|Storage Temperature||not specified||-65 DegreesF to +200F (non-operating range)|
|Water Resistance||IEC level IPX6 (Not submersible)||
IEC level IP67/69
(High pressure spray, and submersible)
|Window Heater||N/A||Activates automatically at temperatures below 40 Degrees F to prevent ice formation|
|EMI/EMC||FCC Part 15 Compliant||Camera is Automotive OEM compliant (which is more stringent than FCC Part 15 Compliant)|
|NOPTIC Infrared Focal Plane Array|
|Type & Material||Passive IR uncooled Microbolometer|
|Resolution/Pitch||320 x 240 /25micro m|
|Spectral Response||8 - 14micro m|
|Window Type||Germanium w/durable hard carbon exterior coating|
|Thermal Imaging Performance|
|Start-Up Time||~ 2 seconds*Note 1|
|Detection Range||Man-Sized Target at 1000ft (300m)|
9 to 16 VDC Protected against over voltage,
jump start, reverse battery
|Power Consumption||2W (Nominal)|
|Field of View||36 x 27 Degrees (f/1.4)|
|Min. Focus Distance||~ 25ft (8m)|
|Focus Method||Fixed, Automatically Compensates for Temperature Variations|
|Output Format||NTSC Compatible Frame Rate: 30Hz or 9Hz (to be specified by part number)|
|IR Polarity||White Hot|
Tilt Travel (Horizontal)
|Full rotational movement controlled by normal spotlight manipulation|
|Pan Rate (Nominal)||Manual|
|Tilt Rate (Nominal)||Manual|
Less than 1 lb
|Temperature Range||-40C to +80C (-40F to +175F)|
|Max Storage Temp.||-54C to +94C (-65F to +200F)|
Functional up to 12,000 ft @ +185F
Storage up to 39,000 ft @ -65F
|Water Resistance||IEC level IP67/69, High pressure spray, Submersible|
|EMI/EMC||Exceeds FCC Part 15 Compliancy*Note 2|
|Optional Part Numbers|
|NOPTIC-RCA-USB||USB Cable Interface Cable w/Video Capture Software|
NOTE 1: Video not present during the first 2 seconds after system turn on.
NOTE 2: (FCC Compliance) This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
Theft and Vandalism Deterrence
The NV3 NOPTIC method of installation was designed to provide easy, external mounting on existing spotlight hardware.
NV3 NOPTIC can be stored at temperatures up to 200F (94C).
The NV3 NOPTIC requires a power source between 9 to 16VDC that is capable of delivering at least 3 amps (12VDC is nominal) and is designed for use with a negative ground system. Improper connection could result in equipment damage.
Do not attempt to service the NV3 NOPTIC system as it may void the warranty. The NOPTIC is not intended or warranted for the following environmental conditions.
RESTRICTIONS OF USE
|Repeated exposure and operation in sand or other abrasive grit.|
|Mounting orientations other than upright for the Pan/Tilt Camera.|
|High vibration or shock beyond that of typical on-road, off-road, or sea-faring vessel conditions.|
|Outdoor exposure to the elements for the Electronics Module.|
|Applications that subject front of Pan/Tilt Camera to oncoming debris capable of breaking the front optics such as rocks and low hanging branches. (See 'Debris Protection' feature in Care and Maintenance section).|
Installation of the NOPTIC system is straight-forward. Utilizing the installation instructions included with your NOPTIC shipment, simply remove your existing post mount spotlight head and replace it with the NOPTIC camera /spotlight head assembly. The systems wiring can then be routed as noted in the Installation procedure. Your local fleet installer can also provide other options for wire routing in the vehicle depending on your particular viewing application. See your Video System Operating Manual to determine connector type and for ordering information on the compatible cable required with the RCA output jack on the controller.
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