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Argus Thermal Imaging Camera

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NFPA Certified

Argus thermal imaging cameras have been supplying the world’s fire fighting institutions for over 30 years and have combined their extensive experience with the design skills of some of the best engineers in the world to create the Argus Mi-TIC cameras. The Mi-TIC cameras are the smallest thermal imaging camera on the market and has been designed to be a personal infrared camera for firefighters. Both are specifically made to take on the toughest and most dangerous environments so you can rest assured, it will not let you down. 

The Argus Mi-TIC incorporates the latest in technology to be the world’s smallest high resolution thermal imaging camera for fire fighters. The Mi-TIC is the smallest thermal imaging camera on the market and comes with the most advanced features available in any thermal imaging camera. It has a crystal-clear thermal image,  digital zoom and is extremely lightweight at 1.7 pounds with the battery attached. The Argus Mi-TIC is safe, reliable, easy to use, compact and ergonomic.

Mi-TIC E

The most affordable NFPA certified thermal imager for firefighting

Unique design is small and wearable at just 1.7 lbs with a large 2.7” display


High dynamic temperature range up to 1400˚F for excellent detail in day-to-day fire scenarios


  • Image and video recording
  • Multiple application specific modes
  • Dynamic Scene Enhancement (DSE) technology
  • Image Freeze
  • Software configuration tool
  • Space-saving truck mountable charger
  • 3 year camera warranty
  • 5 year battery warranty
  • 10 year sensor and lens warranty

Mi-TIC S

The most advanced thermal imager for firefighting

Larger 3.5″ display for a clearer view of the fire scene and lightweight at just 1.8Ibs.


Extended dynamic temperature range to 2000˚F for greater scene detail in larger, hotter fire scenarios.


Enhanced feature set including laser pointer to aid communication, electronic compass for greater scene awareness and heat/cold seeker technology.

  

  • Image and video recording
  • Multiple application specific modes
  • Dynamic Scene Enhancement (DSE) technology
  • Image Freeze
  • Software configuration tool
  • Space-saving truck mountable charger
  • 5 year camera warranty
  • 5 year battery warranty
  • 10 year sensor and lens warranty

Mi-TIC Scene Screens

Mi-TIC Application Modes

FIRE
Used for attack and rescue in large, fully developed fires.
A white-hot grey and color scale, with the brightness expanded to cover the dynamic range of the scene.
Colorization is added gradually at scenes temperatures above 300°F.
The color reference bar is marked with 4 graduations allowing the temperature to be quickly assessed.
The Colorization is fixed and independent of camera sensitivity mode.
Image detail remains visible throughout the range by changes in brightness and color saturation.


OVERHAUL
Used for checking for hot spots after the fire is out.
A white-hot grey scale, expanded to cover the dynamic range of the scene.
Red colorization is added to the hottest 2% scene, regardless of absolute temperature.
Yellow colorization is added to the next hottest 5% of the scene regardless of absolute temperature.
Where there is no significantly warmer area, no red or yellow shows.
The color reference bar has no temperature scale.


SIZE UP
Used to easily locate the fire from outside of a structure.
A white-hot grey scale, expanded to cover the dynamic range of the scene.
This mode features a limited dynamic range of 480°F so that yellow colorization comes in earlier at 180°F.
The color reference bar is marked with 4 graduations allowing the temperature to be quickly assessed.
The colorization is fixed and independent of camera sensitivity mode.
Image detail remains visible throughout the range by changes in brightness and color saturation.


INSPECTION
Used for predictive maintenance to check equipment and buildings to help prevent fire.
A white hot, full color scale (black, blue, purple, orange, yellow through to white), expanded to cover the dynamic range of the scene.


WHITE HOT
Used for general search, with no colorization.
A white-hot grey scale, expanded to cover the dynamic range of the scene.


MISSING PERSONS
Used for searching for people in landscapes, buildings or traffic accident scenes.
A blue-hot grey scale, expanded to cover a limited dynamic of the scene between -40°F - 180°F.

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