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Raven-384 Infrared Camera
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Protect your facilities with the Raven-384.

The Raven-384 is a robust infrared imaging camera, specially designed for the demanding security market. The thermal image is crisp and clear, even under difficult weather conditions and in complete darkness without the use of additional illumination.
To meet the needs of the professional security community the Raven-384 can be configured with various lenses for short-range, medium-range and long-range observation. The camera interface can be PAL/NTSC video for a regular CCTV security network or optional Ethernet for a digital LAN. Standard delivery includes a common power supply and connecting cables. The integration and use of these infrared cameras are so easy, that no operator training is required.

The detector of the Raven-384 has a very high resolution of 384 x 288 pixels, more than any regular infrared security camera, and offers the earliest and most reliable detection of even the smallest temperature change and the smallest object. The camera housing is robust and the ruggedised design is shock tested to 70 G, 2 ms halfsine profile (without shutter) and vibration tested to 2G (5Hz to 500 Hz).

The software, integrated in the Raven-384 guarantees excellent image quality without the need for adjustment and the built-in Digital Signal Processor (DSP) is programmable and can turn the camera into a smart camera.

Key features include: excellent connectivity via analog, LAN or WAN with easy IP/Video setup switch; high-definition images - 44% more pixels than systems based on the same detector technology; instant, accurate and cost effective integration into most complex security and night vision applications; easy plug-and-play; Rugged and Lightweight - you can use the Raven-384 directly as an off the shelf product or mounted in most standard protective housings; Exchange of lenses - Easily switch between several wide angle or narrow FOV lenses..

Applications for the RAVEN-384:
The typical use of the Raven-384 is for the protection of borders, ports, airports, nuclear and conventional power plants, petrochemical production and storage facilities, strategic infrastructures, etc. One of the most common applications of infrared imaging is surveillance. Armed Forces and law enforcement agencies nowadays deploy infrared imaging systems, replacing the night vision systems based on the vidicon tube technology. Depending on the specific goal of the infrared system (general surveillance, detection, recognition, identification) our reliable LWIR cameras are perfectly suited to cover this task.

Other applications include:

General surveillance
Perimeter security
Search & Rescue (SAR)
Traffic safety
Enhanced vision (EVS)
Firefighting
Law enforcement
Night vision
Maritime and airborne surveillance

The Raven-384 specifications are summarised below.

A more comprehensive summary of features and details of optional accessories are listed on the downloadable product datasheet below.

Model Raven-384
Resolution 384 x 288, Array operability > 99.9%
Sensor Uncooled microbolometer (a-Si), 8um to 14um Band
NetD Premium version: >50 mK @ 30°C with f/1 lens
Pixel Size 25 x 25um
Active Area 9.6 x 7.2mm
Video Output Video PAL/NTSC, Ethernet (TCP/IP)
Max. Line/Frame Rate 50fps
Mount Lens Included 19 f/1.1. Optional 18, 25, 60mm
Operating Temp -40°C to +50°C
Power

12V 3.4 W

Dimensions 74 x 70 x 65 mm3 (without lens)
Weight < 500 g (without lens)

Xenics Raven-384 Infrared Camera Datasheet

 

 

 

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