argus thermal imagers allow the user to detect heat signatures of people and objects, day or night, making them perfect for routine patrol, search and surveillance operations and the protection of critical infrastructure
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Argus Handheld Thermal Imaging Cameras (TICS) are essential in the fight against crime, especially at night or in zero visibility conditions. The Argus P Type will expose criminals that are camouflaged or hiding in shadows or bushes, otherwise invisible to the naked eye.
Officers can quickly and effectively scrutinise between homes and buildings, see into dark garages, entranceways and under vehicles. They can scan car parks, where they can see suspects hiding between cars, and can identify vehicles that were recently driven. When used in total darkness, officers can go virtually undetected, as they search for prowlers, and other criminal behaviour.
The Argus P Type monocular thermal camera has been specifically designed to help police, security and law enforcement officers detect the heat signatures of people and objects. The P Type allows you to identify, observe and monitor suspects in zero visibility conditions, clearly identifying targets over 1 mile away in total darkness. The P Type has been designed to offer maximum versatility in any covert surveillance situation. It helps to protect officers, catch criminals and prevent crime.
Evidence that has recently been hidden or thrown away can be found much quicker using Argus thermal imaging technology. If a gun or knife has been held or used it will give off a heat signature, providing the user of the Argus camera with a clear view of its location, day or night.