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Scott Safety Launches NFPA-Compliant Thermal Imaging Camera


MONROE, NC—Scott Safety is pleased to announce the launch of the X-Series X380N thermal imaging camera which is NFPA 1801 compliant. The X380N NFPA-compliant thermal imager, powered by ISG technology, provides a 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, image quality, Intelligent Focus™ to clearly see at temperatures above 2,000°F, and transparent colorization.

“ISG’s advanced thermal imaging cameras provide a level of situational awareness which is simply unparalleled,” says Andrew Chrostowski, president, Scott Safety. “The X380N will allow firefighters to fully interpret a fire scene and make better, safer, tactical decisions. In bringing our two world-class companies together, and with the launch of our new camera, Scott and ISG customers now have a new exciting range of thermal imagers from which to choose.”

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 onscreen symbology to enable training and facilitate mutual aid situations.


For more information, visit www.scottsafety.com and www.isgfire.com.