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Introducing CORE Cameras!

CORE Camera System

Yesterday, we launched our most advanced line of tactical inspection cameras at Warrior West in San Diego, CA. The new CORE Cameras in the CORE line feature Wireless, High Definition, Digitally Encrypted Cameras and a touchscreen CORE Monitor. The CORE system is completely modular and allows you to attach 4 different camera necks to 2 different base units and view video wirelessly on the CORE monitor.

The CORE line includes the following CORE Cameras:  CORE Pole Camera, CORE Under Door Camera, CORE Flex Camera, CORE Articulating Scope, CORE Grip, POLE Grip and CORE Monitor. All components are modular allowing the operator to build a custom CORE Camera system.

CORE Pole Camera

The CORE Pole Camera attaches to either a 10ft or 17ft collapsible pole.

CORE Under Door Camera

The CORE Under Door Camera can be attached to the CORE Grip or POLE Grip.

CORE Flex Camera

THE CORE Flex Camera is available in a 10″ or 18″ neck.

CORE Articulating Scope

The 4-way, 150 degree CORE Articulating Scope provides excellent video in low light scenarios.

CORE Monitor

The CORE Monitor allows remote selection of the current view or thermal view with a single button press.

The CORE Camera line includes a robust set of features to include:
• Digital High Definition Video
• Wireless Video Transmission – 5 GHz
• WPA2-PSK Authentication and AES Encryption
• Thermal Fusion Technology
• MicroSD card Recording (32 GB)
• Graphical LCD for status information
• Hardwire video option for RF-restricted environments
• Backlit push buttons
• MicroSD card video recording (32GB)

One of the most exciting features found in the CORE Pole Camera and the CORE Flex Camera is Thermal Fusion.

CORE Thermal Fusion

CORE Thermal Fusion technology is available with the CORE Pole Camera and CORE Flex Camera

Thermal Fusion technology is made possible by two video sensors: a High-Definition 1280x720p monochrome CMOS sensor with excellent low-light sensitivity, and a FLIR longwave infrared (LWIR) thermal imager. Video from the High-Definition camera is used to produce a blended image of both sensors, delivering physical detail that surpasses what is available from a lone thermal imager. Objects and persons are clearly defined with color and outlines when the thermal fusion technology is used.

Contact us today to learn more about the CORE Camera line or to schedule a demo of the new CORE Camera System.

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