Life detector camera
Leader CAM

Compact

Leader CAM features a lightweight control box with an optimum screen size for USAR operations.

Priority to the image

All features are designed to avoid concealing the least possible part of the image captured by the camera: Image displayed on the entire screen and help icons for discrete device management.

Very light telescopic pole

The choice of a carbon-fibre pole seemed obvious to us. Similarly, to give 2 rescuers the opportunity to operate (one remains focused on the screen, the other operates the pole) allows more precision in the search.

Various applications

Leader CAM is used by USAR teams to search for buried victims under rubble in confined spaces, but also for visual search in wells or under water up to 180m. 90m reels allow these operations.
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PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS

Thanks to its search camera, Leader CAM is designed to visually locate victims in inaccessible confined spaces and interact with them to assess what help and relief is required.

Featuring an ergonomic control box with a bright, wide colour screen and a rechargeable battery (2.5 h battery life), Leader CAM is perfect for extended search operations in the field.

The search camera is fixed on an ultra lightweight carbon-fibre telescopic pole for great manoeuvrability in the field. The camera head is articulated, waterproof and illuminated to locate victims accurately. Finally, Leader CAM is equipped with a microphone/loudspeaker communication system placed on the camera to interact with the victim.

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