Q30TIR-50 is a powerful 3-axis gimbal camera which integrates a 30x optical zoom SONY camera and a 640×480 thermal camera. The 3-axis gimbal based on FOC technology features high stability, accuracy and sensitivity. The image is very stable even at 30 times optical zoom. Detecting by heat source, the 50mm thermal can reveal the damage of buildings, fire spark in forest, the location of people or animal and more. It’s widely used in day and night surveillance, search, inspection and firefighting.
Powered by 30x optical zoom high resolution camera module, Q30TIR-50 can recognize cars, buildings and structures in 3000 meters, which can meet the application requirements of various domains.
Q30TIR-50 supports both HDMI output, Ethernet/IP output, and SDI output. HDMI and output are 1080p, Ethernet output default as 720p and record is 1080p. IP output and SDI output versions will support 360degree endless pan.
Default PWM and Serial port TTL control, SBUS is optional, IP output version also supports TCP control via ethernet cable. With Viewpro software you can fulfill IP output, TTL control, and TCP control.
Integrated French ULIS high-precision uncooled long wave (8μm ~14μm ) thermal image sensor, Q30TIR-50 can record and transmit thermal image and visible images at the same time in PIP format.
Optional thermometry version: With temperature measuring sensor, it could accurately attain the temperature of objects and individuals. The thermal sensor allows three points’ temperature ranging between 0℃~120℃ to be measured and displayed on screen. Adjust the different colors applied to the thermal data based on the needs of specific scenarios.
Build-in normalization, cross-correlation and tracking algorithm, combining with object missing recapture algorithm, achieve stable track of the target. Support custom characters of user OSD, adaptive gate, cross cursor, and trace information display. The tracking speed is up to 32pixel/frame, the object size range is from 16*16 pixel to 160*160 pixel, with the minimal signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) 4db, the mean square root values of pulse noise in the object position <0.5 pixel, which greatly improve the accuracy and tracking effect.