FLIR Systems announced new thermal imaging solutions for firefighters, including the FLIR K33 and K53 handheld cameras, the FLIR KF6 camera for fire engines, and two FLIR Aerial First Responder Kits featuring the DJI Zenmuse XT. These new additions underscore FLIR’s commitment to providing high-quality, affordable thermal cameras for broad firefighting applications.
The FLIR K33 and K53 handheld cameras offer a single button interface and four-inch screen that simplify camera operation while on the job. With an easy-to-use interface and affordable price points, the K33 and K53 will enable more firefighters with thermal imaging capabilities so they can see through smoke, identify hot spots, navigate safely, and locate and rescue victims more easily.
The FLIR KF6 is the firefighting industry’s first thermal camera designed for fire engine ladders. By mounting it on a fire engine ladder, the FLIR KF6 allows firefighters to better observe and plan how to fight a large building, warehouse, or structure fire. The KF6 also helps firefighters better assess the effectiveness of their extinguishing strategies.
Packaging the DJI Zenmuse XT stabilized FLIR camera with the DJI Inspire 1 drone, the FLIR Aerial First Responder Kits provide first responders added support from the air.
Available in Advanced and Basic packages, these kits allow firefighters to gain a thermal perspective from high above the ground to pinpoint temperature variances signifying potential problems in buildings, to detect the presence of people or animals, and to monitor fire personnel in large fire scenes.
For more information, visit www.flir.com/TICS