Model: UF500 Series Infrared Illuminators


UF500 Weather Protected Covert and Semi-Covert Night Time Illuminator

The UF500 series of illuminators for CCTV applications is specially designed for covert or semi-covert operations using special gold optics and high efficiency quartz halogen bulbs for unsurpassed night viewing up to 200 meters and 60o wide. The unique cosec2 lens reverses the inverse square law to provide evenly distributed illumination from the foreground to background for the entire scene. The shorter and thicker bulb filaments operating at lower voltages and temperatures are less vulnerable to shock and vibration. The result of these features is a high-performance illuminator with 40% higher efficiency and 50% longer life than traditional illuminators. The UF500, patented by DERWENT, is the favored illuminator in the UK where night-time video monitoring is broadly utilized for proactive policing.
 
 

Illuminator Specifications

Radiated Output Similar to ordinary 500 Watt 
Viewing Range 200 meters with optimal camera/lens 
Optics Optimized focus, gold optics system 
Consumption 220W (28VAC) 
Bulb life  3,000 hours
Construction  Robust aluminum casting/extrusion 
Weight 1.9 kg 

Benefits


 

Illuminator Specifications

 Radiated Output
              Similar to ordinary 500 Watt
 Viewing Range
              200 meters with optimal camera/lens
 Optics
              Optimized focus, gold optics system
 Consumption
              220W (28VAC)
 Bulb life
              3,000 hours
 Construction
              Robust aluminum casting/extrusion
 Weight
              1.9 kg
 

Benefits

     High output illumination to 200 meters
     Range of beam patterns from spot to wide angle
     Range of filters from 730 nm to covert 950 nm
     Low operating cost, using less power
     Balanced illumination - no foreground overexposure
     Rugged and weatherproof
     Long bulb life at 3,000 hours
     Low operating voltage at 28 VAC
     Extends the dynamic range of CCD cameras in night time conditions

                                   



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