Manufacturer: ASELSAN inc.  
Product type: Night Vision Devices  
Name: Thermal imaging camera  

ASIR is an advanced Thermal Imaging System, 288x4 Focal Plane Array thermal surveillance system operating in Long Wave Infrared band. ASIR has high sensitivity that enables long range target detection with very low temperature difference with its environment. In addition to high accuracy of the system under the decent weather conditions during day and night, ASIR discriminates the targets in adverse weather conditions which have a limited atmospheric energy transmission due to natural effects like fog, haze or due to smoke, dust, fire, etc. in battlefield.

ASIR Thermal Camera Controls:

  • Narrow / Wide Field of View Selection

  • Focus Adjustment

  • Reticle On / Off and Intensity Adjustment

  • Auto / Manual Image Optimization

  • Brightness Adjustment

  • Contrast Adjustment

  • Polarity Selection (White Hot / Black Hot)

  • Electronic Zoom

  • Image Freeze

ASIR is easily operated with the help of ergonomically designed Operator Control Unit.

Technical Characteristics

  • Operation Band: Long Wave Infrared (8-12 |jm)

  • Detector Architecture: 288 x 4 HgCdTe (MCT); Focal Plane Array

  • Field of View: 9x 6.75 %10 (Wide FOV); 3x 2.25 %10 (Narrow FOV)

  • Focus limit: 100m to infinity

  • Electronic Zoom: x 2

  • Input Voltage: 21-30V DC

  • Weight: < 15 kg

  • Video Output: CCIR

  • Remote Control: RS-422 / RS-232

  • Test Capability: Present (Built in Test)

Environmental Specifications

  • Operating Temperature: From -30C to +50C

  • Storage Temperature: From -30C to +60C

  • Moisture: MIL-STD-810 F Method 507.4; relative humidity up to 95%

  • Rain: MIL-STD-810 F Method 506.4

  • Procedure I Rain: 15 cm / hour

  • Wind: 4 hour, 18 m/sec

  • Salty Atmosphere: MIL-STD-810 F Method 509.4; 48 hour, 5% salty atmosphere


Thermal Imaging System for

  • Land Vehicles

  • Naval Platforms

  • Tripod with pan / tilt

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