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e2v - Argus thermal imaging camera

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E2V Technologies
: 31 March, 2008  (New Product)
e2v has unveiled a new website for their Argus thermal imaging camera. it is a dedicated website for it’s Argus range of cameras, and contains a wealth of information on products and services offered.
In addition to providing a comprehensive resource for emergency service professionals, the site offers an insight into other applications, and guidance to professionals looking to make the most of thermal imaging technology.

e2v has been designing thermal imaging cameras for over thirty years and were the first to introduce the technology to the fire and rescue market back in the 1980s. With many major technological breakthroughs since that time, the latest addition to the range of Argus cameras, able to satisfy the exacting requirements of today’s global emergency services, is the Argus4 HR320.

Commenting on the new website, Gordon MacSween, e2v’s divisional director RF & sensors, said ' As we deliver the 1000th Argus4 camera, what better time to expand the range of cameras available, and launch this new site designed to help the world’s emergency services get the most from our thermal imaging technology?”

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