Synectics to profile new thermal imaging camera stations at ADIPEC
Global surveillance technology expert, Synectics, is to showcase its new range of thermal imaging camera stations at ADIPEC 2012 (11-14 November 2012).
Designed to be lightweight and durable, the compact COEX™ C2000-FT and C2000-VT camera stations unite the very latest thermal imaging technology with high grade, corrosion resistant, 316L stainless steel construction.
The cameras, which have already been ordered for use on Phase 2 of the Abu Dhabi Inter Refineries Pipeline (IRP), are specifically designed to offer constant visual monitoring in no or low light scenarios, on land or at sea. They can be used for anything from monitoring flare status, confirming leaks of specific gases, and checking tank fill levels, through to standard surveillance applications.
The COEX™ C2000-VT camera stations, with continuous rotation pan and tilt capabilities and continuous zoom, feature a virtually indestructible gearbox with backlash eliminating technology to ensure smooth speed controls, while the super lightweight (5kg) C2000-FT camera stations offer the benefit of high definition fixed thermal imaging.
Graham Ashley, Middle East business development manager for Synectics, said: “ADIPEC is an important show for Synectics - our Middle Eastern order book stands at approximately 50 per cent of the division's global turnover and we are the leading supplier of security solutions in the region. That’s why it’s so important that we continue to use the exhibition as a chance to highlight new innovations - in this case the COEX™ C2000-FT and C2000-VT thermal imaging camera stations.”
Both COEX™ C2000-FT and C2000-VT camera stations benefit from low voltage operation, and their thermal imaging capabilities can be set to colourisation mode to identify different temperatures, and can operate under extreme conditions from ice and smoke to total darkness.
They are designed to function at temperatures ranging from -45°C to +60°C, and are fully compatible with a range of control systems and transmission methods, including IP and Fibre Optics.
To find out more about Synectics’ COEX™ new thermal imaging camera stations visit stand 8090H at ADIPEC, or email email@example.com.
Synectics is a wholly owned subsidiary of UK-based Synectics plc*. Its industrial systems division provides value added service to the Oil & Gas, Marine and Industrial sectors - designing, manufacturing, commissioning and installing complex, highly versatile CCTV systems to projects across the globe often in harsh or hazardous conditions. Synectics’ industrial division has been responsible for protecting many of the world’s largest oil and gas projects, with bespoke CCTV system solutions.
*Previously Quadnetics Group plc – the parent company name changed on 16 July 2012 to reflect the global recognition achieved within electronic surveillance markets by the Synectics brand. Recognised brands within Synectics plc: Synectics, Quadrant Security Group, SSS and Indanet remain.