Bullard’s thermal imagers are built to be extraordinarily tough to endure the harshest environments with imaginative and ergonomic designs, infused with intuitive, yet powerful features.
In 1998, Bullard introduced its first high-resolution thermal imager to the fire service market with the innovative Bullard TI. Since then, Bullard has equipped firefighters with state-of-the-art thermal imagers that offer ultra-high resolution, widescreen display, digital zoom, Electronic Thermal Throttle and Super Red Hot colorization. Bullard offers thermal imagers that meet the needs of every fire department with its Eclipse Series, T4MAX, and T3 Series line of thermal imagers.
The Bullard Eclipse Series boasts the most compact thermal imagers offered by Bullard. The Eclipse LD combines the compact, sleek design of the popular Eclipse Thermal Imager with a state-of-the-art engine and the latest Liquid Crystal Display technology on a large 3.5” screen. Weighing only two pounds, the Eclipse LD is available with a 160 3 120 or 320 3 240 ultra-high resolution infrared engine providing firefighters with a personal-issue thermal imager that serves as a complete analytical tool.
The Eclipse LD can be equipped with optional advanced features including Electronic Thermal Throttle (enables firefighters to reveal hidden fire and distinguish hotter objects) and Super Red Hot colorization (highlights high-heat scenes in brilliant shades of yellow, orange and red). The standard Eclipse Thermal Imager was introduced to the fire service in 2009 and is available in a 80 3 60 engine, or 160 3 120 high resolution engine.
Bullard’s T4MAX Thermal Imager delivers high-end image quality with a large, widescreen 4.3” display and optimised engine performance. The T4MAX is equipped with Bullard’s Technology Optimization Package that optimizes display and engine performance for unmatched scene dynamics and image clarity, an ultra-high 320 3 240 resolution, Electronic Thermal Throttle, and Super Red Hot colorization.
The T3 Series features incredible durability with the market’s favorite handheld design. This imager fits perfectly in the palm, is lightweight, and offers innovative features including Electronic Thermal Throttle and Super Red Hot colorisation.
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