Thermal Imaging Camera Installers

Thermal imaging cameras are devices that transform thermal energy (heat) into a visible light in order to analyse a particular scene or object. The image produced is known as a thermogram and is analysed through a process called thermography. Thermal imaging cameras are sophisticated devices that process the captured image and display it on a screen. These images can be used for immediate diagnosis or processed through specialized software for further evaluation, accuracy and report output.

Thermal imaging cameras essentially let people see what their eyes alone can’t. They have become a staple of protection for many (if not all) major businesses across the country, and in such a landscape, the need to produce quality images is critical to provide constant protection against potential intruders. Thermal cameras offer superior protection in challenging conditions as well as;

• Better visuals in low-light situations

• Immune to visual limitations

• Better view in camouflaging foliage

• Fewer false alarms

• Higher Return on Investment

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We can help plan and advise on what thermal imaging camera is best for you.

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Thermal imaging cameras will pick up details a standard camera can't.


Installed thermal imaging cameras are a major deterrent to would be thieves.


All installed thermal cameras are backed with manufacturers warranty.

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Benefits of Thermal Cameras

Thermal cameras are able to see what your eyes can’t. One of the largest benefits of installing thermal cameras within your surveillance is the additional security it provides.

It is a known fact that most break ins happen at night. A standard CCTV camera may struggle in no or low light conditions whereas a thermal camera will collect better information with ease. Regular cameras that capture only visible light can be fooled, in some cases, by visual camouflage, or in situations where similar colours or patterns blend together. This can make objects or people that need to be detected un-observable.

Thermal imaging cameras often prove cost-effective in a business protection scenario, because they help reduce the number of false alarms. This is accomplished using advanced analytics software that can perform at its highest caliber with the high contrast images and video that thermal provides.

We can supply and install a thermal cameras to meet your specifications. Call today to book a free site survey on 0800 043 3019.

Example of an image captured using a Thermal Imaging Camera

Examples of our Thermal Imaging Cameras

We install various thermal imaging camera systems. Below are examples of the type of kit we install. If you have an existing CCTV system, why not consider adding a thermal camera to boost your security?

Hikvision Thermal Imaging Camera

Both cameras give operators the choice of displaying white hot, black hot or colour scale along with the ability to display an on-screen temperature range gauge, which automatically scales from the coolest part of the image to the hottest.

Thermal Imaging cameras such as the SCB-9050 and SCB-9051 detect the differences in the infrared energy of objects and their backgrounds. This energy is undetectable to the human eye as well as conventional surveillance cameras. The SCB-9050 and SCB-9051 do not need any light to generate an image and only require a minimum temperature differential of 0.08°C to produce clear images.

Weighing a mere 2kg including their integrated housing that is tested to IP66, the SCB-9050 and SCB-9051 are light enough to be installed in a wide range of locations and with OSD (On-screen menu) they can be easily configured for contrast, brightness and sharpness.


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