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3M Scott Sight In-Mask Thermal Imager

When you wear 3M Scott Sight, you get more than constant thermal vision. You get your hands back. That’s because unlike other hand-held thermal imaging cameras, Sight uses a small thermal camera mounted to the side of the facepiece. A miniaturized display mounted inside the facepiece allows the firefighter to always see the image without the need for reaching down and handling an imager. The 3M Scott Sight Pro Package is the next evolution of the industry’s first in-mask, hands-free thermal imaging solution. Pro Package enables new, advanced features to provide firefighters with greater situational awareness during fireground operations.

3M Scott V320 Thermal Imaging Camera

The 3M Scott V320 Thermal Imager is designed to meet the rigorous demands of today’s firefighting conditions and provides mission-critical information. Equipped with a 320x240 high-resolution sensor, rechargeable battery with up to 8 hours of runtime, and fast start-up time in an affordable package.

3M Scott X-Series Thermal Imaging Camera

The X-Series thermal imagers provide firefighters with the combination of situational awareness, lightweight design and robust features. The high resolution quality enables firefighters to interpret a fire scene and make more informed tactical decisions. The X-Series includes 3 different thermal imagers to suit your specific needs:
  • X380N - NFPA compliant
  • X380 - 3 button
  • X380 - 5 button

Flir K Series

FLIR BONUS BUY - Purchase a K53, K55, or K65, and receive your choice of a K2 Compact TIC or In-Truck Charger - Limited time offer, ends December 2020.

FLIR offers a comprehensive lineup of thermal imaging cameras - TICs - designed specifically to help first responders quickly and confidently find their way through the darkest environments, identify targets in extreme temperature settings, and make informed decisions when seconds count.

This is about more than seeing through a smoke-filled room: by viewing the entire scene from multiple viewpoints, incident commanders can make better decisions when directing resources. And, since FLIR TICs clearly visualize heat sources, they’re an important tool for hazmat and search and rescue operations.

Light, robust, and easy to use, FLIR TICs are designed to withstand the toughest firefighting conditions: whether it’s a two-meter drop, heavy water spray, or blazing-hot temperatures.