Scott Safety’s X-Series X380N camera is now NFPA 1801 compliant. The X380N NFPA compliant thermal imager, powered by ISG technology, provides the perfect combination of technology, lightweight design, and robust features to enhance situational awareness.
In addition to achieving NFPA compliance, the X380N features exclusive hot and cold spot tracker technology, which immediately identifies the hottest or coldest area of a scene for better informed decisions. All thermal imagers in the X-Series offer high resolution detection, superior image quality, Intelligent Focus to clearly see at temperatures above 2000 F, and transparent colorization.
“ISG’s advanced thermal imaging cameras provide a level of situational awareness which is simply unparalleled,” said Andrew Chrostowski, president, Scott Safety. “The X380N will allow firefighters to fully interpret a fire scene and make better, safer, tactical decisions.”
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1801 standard provides rigorous environmental and durability testing such as impact, flame and heat similar to SCBA durability tests. The standard also defines performance requirements around image quality and fixed location of on-screen symbology to enable training and facilitate mutual aid situations.
ISG has more than 20 years of thermal industry firsts and has always manufactured cameras to its own tough standards. Many of its original models like the K90 Talisman and Elite XR are still in operational use around the world today. The X380N camera is available through Scott Safety’s network of global distribution partners.
Scott Safety, a Tyco business, is a premier manufacturer of innovative respiratory and personal protective equipment and safety devices for firefighters, industrial workers, police squads, militaries, homeland security forces, and rescue teams around the world.