Technologically advanced yet easy to use, the Draeger UCF 6000 thermal imaging camera delivers excellent image quality under the most extreme conditions. With the UCF 6000, firefighters and other first responders are prepared for any hazardous situation wit rapid, accurate imaging and simple one hand operation.
- Unbelievably detailed image for 160 x 20 thermal
- Brightness sensor adapts display to all lighting conditions, no need to cup hands over screen
- Integrated laser pointer pinpoints hazards and aids communications
- Snapshot function allows freeze frame imaging of difficult areas
- 160 x 120 pixels resolution provides superior image quality
- One hand operation for ease of use and enhanced mobility
- Lightweight and ergonomic design minimizes fatigue
- Extended life battery offers confidence and peace of mind
Whether performing search and rescue, finding hotspots or locating potential hazards, the Draeger UCF 6000 is the ideal thermal imaging system. Meeting the diverse needs of today's firefighters, the UCF 6000 is equipped with a host of innovative features designed to optimize image quality, simplify operation, improve ergonomics and expand the features to provide a wider range of benefits. The result is an innovative and rugged thermal imaging camera that combines accurate, reliable performance with ease of use in the most challenging situations. With Draeger, "going in prepared" means having the best technology and equipment available for meeting any challenges firefighters may face.
The Draeger UCF 6000 provides excellent image quality in settings where fire, smoke, and darkness make visibility extremely limited and navigation difficult. A resolution of 160 x 120 pixels and a wide field of view (47°) provide the necessary image sharpness and dynamic range to stay safe and get the job done right. The UCF 6000 also features a new adapted brightness sensor, so firefighters no longer have to "shadow" the display when operating the camera in direct sunlight. The UCF 6000 also has the ability to provide high quality images across a broader temperature range. By providing clear and consistent imaging, the UCF 6000 makes it possible to accurately and quickly scan rooms and the surrounding vicinity in situations where every second counts. Even in the most hostile environments, where other imaging cameras fail, the UCF 6000 can be depended on to provide critical information quickly and easily, enabling firefighters to focus more on their actions and less on their equipment.
The Draeger UCF 6000 is equipped with an extremely rugged and durable housing that resists heat, water, smoke and dust. This enables the UCF 6000 to withstand the rigors of firefighting including damage from accidental drops and fumbles. Additionally, modern Lithium-Ion battery technology powers the UCF 6000 for up to 4 hours. This extended period of operation simplifies use and gives peace of mind during extended firefighting operations.
The Draeger UCF 6000 is designed for functionality and ease of use in difficult and dangerous settings, where firefighters routinely work. The "Snapshot" function allows the user to "see around corners" by providing a temporary freeze frame of the thermal image. This is particularly useful when freedom of movement is limited, and it provides the ability to evaluate hard to reach areas quickly and safely. To aid communication among firefighters, the integrated laser pointing feature allows users to point to hotspots and other areas of concern without changing their grip on other equipment. This enables the user to illustrate a recommended "plan of attack" to fellow firefighters. The enhanced dynamic range of the UCF 6000 optimizes resolution at high temperatures and makes it possible for firefighters to quickly identify cooler objects, such as victims and other firefighters, within the immediate vicinity of the fire.
As a true one handed thermal imaging system, the Draeger UCF 6000 means to other hand is always free when the user needs it. This ease of use is an invaluable benefit, adding safety as well as freedom of movement. The compact UCF 6000 weighs only 2.9 pounds making the camera easy to operate without excess fatigue during extended firefighting operations. The intuitive design of the camera means there's less distraction for the user in difficult and stressful situations. Another benefit of the UCF 6000 is the sturdy, detachable "crawling plate." It allows firefighters to brace the camera against the ground without letting go of the device, providing them with an additional option for moving through their environments.
The Draeger UCF 6000 is provided with USB 2.0 interface, which makes it possible to configure the camera and transfer the thermal image directly to the PC.