Perimeter Security

Teledyne FLIR Strengthens Perimeter Security Portfolio with First Commercial Ground-Based Radar and New Multispectral Camera Series

Teledyne FLIR, part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated (NYSE:TDY), announced today the release of new additions to its perimeter security portfolio for critical infrastructure; Elara™ R-Series Commercial Ground Security Radars and the Triton™ FH-Series Multispectral Fixed Cameras. A first for Teledyne FLIR, the Elara R-Series is the ideal commercial radar system for industrial commercial applications, increasing detection coverage, auto-tracking, dynamic mapping and position intelligence of intruders. Part of the Teledyne FLIR premium Triton family of cameras, the Triton FH-Series delivers both intrusion detection and video verification through its high-resolution thermal and visible imaging capabilities. These features plus the ability to capture vital details using 4K imagery enables security personnel to properly identify and assess situations, significantly improving response time.

The Elara R-Series introduces compact ground radars built to work within larger security systems to provide advanced warning of both human and vehicle intrusions beyond the fence line, while continuously tracking and precisely locating multiple targets. This series consists of two models, each designed with regional certifications in mind: the Elara R-290, which is compliant with United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) guidelines, and the Elara R-190, which is Conformité Européenne (CE)-compliant for Europe. The Elara R-290 features a 90-degree field of view, up to a 400-meter range for vehicle tracking, a 200-meter range for human tracking, and provides wide-area protection as well as situational awareness beyond the fence line; the Elara R-190 offers a 300-meter range for vehicles and 125 meters for humans. These products are designed for reliable detection in all weather and lighting conditions. The radars’ auto-tracking feature helps to direct pan-tilt-zoom surveillance sensors in the right direction; the radars also help expand coverage area and significantly minimize false alarms. In addition, both models can provide security personnel with precise, real-time data, 24/7.

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