Since the introduction of thermal imaging technology to the fire service, Scott Safety has been a leader in providing the most advanced, fire-ground proven thermal cameras to first responders for use in search and rescue, overhaul operations, and hot spot identification. Now, Scott Safety adds to its family of thermal cameras with the new Eagle Imager 320 – a step ahead in thermal imaging technology with the trusted name of Scott Safety behind it.
Eagle Imager 320
The Scott Safety Eagle Imager 320 thermal imaging camera incorporates the
same advanced design concepts developed for the popular Eagle Imager
160 camera, and we have added the most advanced technological features
available today – all while maintaining the reliability, durability and
functionality of a Scott Safety thermal imaging camera.
Dependable New A-Si Technology
The heart of the Eagle Image 320 thermal imaging camera is an
amorphous silicone (a-Si) camera core capable of producing vivid imagery
under a variety of conditions. Its 1,100° dynamic range generates highly
detailed images that enable quick and easy scene interpretation and
eliminates white out, ghosted images or other distracting image artifacts.
A wide dynamic range permits the user to see a firefighter standing next
to or behind flame.
Ergonomic Multi-Position Handle
The camera’s ergonomic qualities include the unique userselectable
handle positioning that permits adjustability
to three different positions (standing, crawling and
hands-free) for use in virtually any condition.
Twist-Change Battery & Quick, Simple Hand-Off
The Eagle Imager 320 camera’s battery features
one-way on, large-scale threading for fast
battery replacement. The camera’s
robust 9-volt nickel metal hydride
battery offers over four and a half
hours of run time. Designed for
ease of use with gloved hands,
the Eagle Imager 320 camera
may be handed off from one
firefighter to another by
grasping its handle, side straps
or battery compartment.
Large LCD Display with Zoom
The camera’s 4-inch (10.16 cm) wide diagonal LCD viewing screen is designed for optimal
viewing and maximum scene detail. An additional zoom-in feature allows for 1x, 2x, and 4x
magnification of a scene to help distinguish between objects or temperatures. On-screen
graphic icons indicate camera modes and battery life.
Tactile 2-Button Control
Engineered for maximum simplicity, the Eagle Imager 320 thermal imaging camera is operated
by using just two buttons conveniently located between the handle and screen, and capable of
being easily manipulated by a user wearing gloves.
On-Screen Temperature Readout
The Eagle Imager 320 camera’s on-screen
temperature readout (in either °F or °C) is
standard with both a digital and a bar graph
indicator. Temperature awareness
colorization™ (TAC) identifies temperatures
in certain ranges (yellow > 200°F, orange
> 500°F, red > 800°F), providing the
user with color-based visual
indicators that help a firefighter
quickly analyze the environment,
while providing a clear grey scale
image for the rest of the objects
in view. The Max Temp™
indicator, displayed in all
operating modes, identifies the
temperature of the hottest
object within the camera’s
viewing area. An overhaul
mode identifies background
temperatures above the median
to assist with hot spot
localization. Spot temperature
measurements are easily
interpreted with the bar graph
and digital temperature readouts.
The Eagle Imager 320 thermal
imaging camera is available with a
two-channel transmitter that permits
wireless transmission of images to a
remote receiver station and monitor.