Avon Protection's Mi-TIC E high-resolution thermal imaging camera is lightweight and affordable as the entry model in the company's thermal camera lineup.
The device, which complies with the NFPA 1801:2018 standard, offers plenty of features that can help with ventilation location selection, search and rescue, seat of fire localization, size up, and indentification of residual heat during overhaul operations.
The 26-ounce camera can function at up to 1,400 degrees Fahrenheit and at the same time see low temperature objects, which can help with casualty searches. The device delivers more than 3 hours of battery life over more than 2,000 charging cycles, according to the company.
The entry model offers a 2.7-inch display, capture for 1,000 images, 2x and 4x zoom, 16 hours of video capture, image freeze, and four firefighting application modes.
Each device comes with a dual use desktop/in-truck charger station that securely retains and charges the camera and spare battery. Up to six charger stations can be daisy-chained together.