Built for firefighters, the X380 Thermal Imaging Camera (TIC) by Sabre offers the unbeatable combination of lightweight design, robust quality and situational awareness. The X380 TIC has fantastic image quality which promptly enables firefighters to fully interpret and understand a fire situation, which in turn leads to them being able to make better-informed tactical choices.
This 5-button version of the X380 differs from the 3-button versions in the following ways:
Featuring the same hot and cold spot tracker and zoom that the 3-button version has, the 5-button version has demand DVR for recording footage.
The X380 5-button TIC features image capture. This allows the firefighter to take a snapshot of the scene when the DVR
is not running.
There is also an image freeze feature on the X380 5-button camera which allows for quick inspection
of tight quarters (for example attics and crawl spaces) in order to activate, review and then return to normal operation.
Hot Spot Tracker
The X380 TIC instantly identifies the hottest part of the fire situation and helps understand the true seat of the fire within a full colour area, which helps the firefighter improve their tactical choice capabilities. The X380 is perfect for overhaul, search and rescue and risk assessment.
Cold Spot Tracker
Valve or pinpoint gas leaks can be detected in seconds using the X380's Cold Spot Tracker. This feature is also available for use in hazmat environments, in order for the temperature of chemicals to be monitored during fire suppression.
High Resolution Detection
The clearest image can always be provided at all times, thanks to the highest pixel resolution (384 x 288) and fastest refresh rate
available, allowing the firefighter to actively read temperature.
In temperatures above 1000°C, a crisp, clear image can be achieved with the X380. The colours intensify from grey, yellow, orange to red as the temperature increases. The structure can also be seen through the colours, thanks to unique transparent colour capability.
The X380's Intelligent Focus allows the firefighter to see an object of interest in crystal clear detail. This is achieved by the camera automatically adjusting to provide superior image
quality even at temperatures above 1000°C. High and low temperatures can be switched inbetween, easily and quickly, by placing the crosshairs on the object you wish to measure.
As some of the lightest TICs on the market, the X380 series weighs just 980g and features a pistol-grip style handle that makes the thermal imaging camera simple to hold, even with gloved hands, plus the low weight and balanced design means that torque is decreased on the wrist, which helps reduce fatigue for the operator.
Optional Constant Record DVR
Four hours of live footage can be recorded after simply just switching the camera on. Footage can be simply downloaded, making it ideal for training applications.