Sierra-Olympic Technologies (Hood River, OR), supplier of infrared (IR) and thermal imaging components and cameras, has introduced the Oculus surveillance systems from Silent Sentinel, Ltd. (Rocklin, CA). The new, environmentally rugged outdoor video technologies feature sim ultaneous visible and thermal imaging outputs. The continuous zoom optical cameras, available in either standard definition (SD) or high definition (HD), are paired with fixed field of view (FOV) thermal imagers to provide full daytime/nighttime vision capabilities. The system’s pan stage offers 360° continuous rotation; the tilt stage can be set for one of two modes at -90° viewing and full +90° tilt.

Four thermal pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) surveillance video systems are available. Both visible and thermal imagers are enclosed in rugged pan and tilt casings. The Oculus Searcher (shown) features a 640 × 480 array format, 12°-50 mm f1.2 FOV.

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