The Draeger UCF 7000 thermal imaging camera is intrinsically safe (UL Class 1, Division 2) and offers new levels of security and reliability in
potentially hazardous settings. Technologically advanced yet easy to use
with one hand, the UCF 7000 provides first responders peace of mind
with rapid accurate and clear imaging in any hazardous situation.
- Detailed images provided by 160 x 120 pixels resolution and 2X zoom allow faster decision making
- UL Class 1 Division 2 design is intrinsically safe
- Application modes allow the user to enhance the camera's sensitivity to any area of interest
- Brightness sensor adapts the display to all lighting conditions
- Integrated laser pointer pinpoints hazards and aids communications
- Snapshot function allows freeze frame imaging to difficult areas
- Lightweight and ergonomic design helps minimize fatigue
- ThermalScan feature highlights images at set temperature thresholds for easier hotspot identification
- Integrated video and sound recording supports safety training and more
It's good to know that the camera you're carrying is safe to use
when entering into a hazardous area. The Draeger UCF 70000 thermal
imaging camera is intrinsically safe (UL Class 1 Division 2) and
provides peace of mind and increased ability to focus on the mission.
The UCF 7000 is equipped with a host of innovative features designed to
provide high image quality, improved ergonomics and other benefits in
emergency response situations. The result is a high performance thermal
imaging camera that is rugged, innovative and easy to use. with Draeger
"Going in Prepared" means having the best technology and equipment
available to help first responders meet any challenges they face.
Thermal imaging cameras from Draeger are invaluable tools that aid
personal navigation when fire, smoke and darkness create a challenging
and dangerous environment. These innovative cameras are designed to help
emergency responders navigate difficult settings, locate persons and
hotspots, and protect personal safety.
The Draeger UCF 7000 sets new standards in safety, reliability, ease
of use, and operational support in demanding emergency settings. The UCF
7000 is equipped with innovative features designed to meet the
requirements of today's professional emergency response personnel. The
UCF 7000 is easy to use and delivers excellent image quality with
application-specific displays designed to enhance image clarity and
facilitate emergency situation assessment.
Using the Draager UCF 7000 means one hand is always free, an
invaluable benefit that promotes safety and ease of use while allowing
maximum freedom of movement for the user. The compact and well balanced
UCF 7000 weighs only 2.9 pounds, making it easy to use the camera safely
and utilize its functionality to the fullest extent in highly stressful
situations. A sturdy detachable "crawling plate" allows the user to
brace the camera on the ground, providing an additional movement option.
The UCF 7000 offers various carrying options for optimal comfort and
The Draeger UCF 7000 provides excellent image quality in settings
where visibility is extremely limited. The resolution of 160 x 120
pixels and 2 x zoom provides detailed images in any setting, allowing
rooms, hallways and other areas immediate vicinity to be searched
quickly and safely. With the "application mode" (application specific
operating modes), the UCF 7000 makes it possible to optimize the image
display for the specific task at hand. For example, the camera display
can be optimized for finding persons or sources of fire. Three operating
modes are quickly selected at the push of a button:
- Fire (firefighting)
- Persons (search and rescue)
- ThermalScan (highlight a set temperature threshold that is great for searching for hotspots during overhaul)
This flexibility provides emergency responders with the most useful information in any situation.
Optimized image processing provides a quick overview in just seconds.
The "snapshot" function provides a temporary freeze frame thermal image
which can then be viewed on the display. This feature makes it possible
to "see around corners" when the freedom of movement of field of view
are limited and allows users to assess particularly difficult areas
quickly and safely.
The integrated laser pointer promotes safety and aids communication
by allowing users to point out the location of hot spots and other
hazards and define the path of attack for other team members.
The UCF 7000 offers high temperature resolution in the hottest
environments. This feature makes it possible to detect cooler objects
such as people in the vicinity of a fire with the best possible
resolution. Integrated video and sound recording capabilities are part
of the UCF 7000 delivery scope.
The UCF 7000 is robust and rugged for extended use in the most
hostile environments. With an extremely durable housing, the UCF 7000 is
heat resistant and withstands mechanical stresses with ease, and has a
high protection classification IP 67 and is resistant to water, dust and
other contaminants typically encountered during emergency response
situations. Modern lithium-ion battery technology provides the UCF 7000
with up to four hours of operating time giving users peace of mind
during extended operations.
An explosive atmosphere is always a concern on calls where there is
no fire. In this setting, the equipment cannot be a source of ignition.
The UCF 7000 is the tool of choice for use in these types of situations.
The camera is intrinsically safe and approved for potentially explosive
atmospheres including zone 1 according to ATEX.
The UCF 7000 is supplied with a standard USB 2.0 interface by
default, making it possible to configure the camera and transfer the
thermal images directly to a PC. images and video sequences recorded for
documentation purposes can also be transferred to a PC.