Thermal imaging cameras
Leader TIC 3.3

The benefits!

  • Compact & lightweight: 870 g with 2 batteries
  • 3.5“ screen
  • Wide range of T°C: -40°C to +1150°C
  • Video, photo and still image recording
  • Fast start: <5 sec.
  • Batteries guaranteed for 6 years / 5000 cycles of charges
  • 5 year warranty camera & 10 year warranty sensor
  • Up to 8h of battery life with 2 batteries
  • Germanium lens to protect optics
  • Optional pistol-type handle
  • Optional wireless transmission kit for live video streaming

3 buttons for more features

3 large sized buttons for easy use with gloves that give access to functions ON/OFF, Zoom x2 x4, Colouring modes, Still image, Picture shooting, Video recording, Picture gallery, Laser pointer.

Up to 5 colouring modes

3 colouring modes as standard: Fire, Search and Inverse + 2 optional colouring modes: Cold and Multicolour.

LiFePO4 batteries designed for safety in fire operations.

LiFePO4 batteries (Lithium Iron Phosphate) are differentiated from Lithium Ion batteries. A LiFePO4 pack is more resistant to high temperatures (no emission of gas up to 140°C, no explosion).
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PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS

Efficient and versatile because of its 3 action buttons, the Leader TIC 3.3 thermal imaging camera is particularly suitable for indoor fire attacks.

Combined with its compact size (870 g), this TIC has all the important features for fire operations (5 colouring modes, Video recording, Photo shooting, Laser pointer, Zoom, etc.) It incorporates an ultra-sensitive infrared sensor (17μ Silicon Amorphous aSi 384 x 288), a germanium window to protect the internal electronics and a wide-angle lens (H 51° V 40°).

Leader TIC 3.3 thermal imaging camera has the status of a fire attack camera and is ideal for fire operations, search for missing persons and areas on fire.

Also, an optional wireless transmission kit can be plugged for live image streaming on 3 digital supports (mobile, tablet, computer) at the same time! This is useful for training purpose or special ops.

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