Orlaco Products has Developed Quality Camera Systems for ARFF



| Wednesday, May 22, 2013

The U.S. Department of Transportation FAA posted an advisory (Circular AC No: 150/5210-19A) that is being increasingly adopted by airports all over the world. Section 1 of DEVS (Driver’s Enhanced Vision System) “Vision Enhancement” is quickly becoming the standard for most airports, and is already a must for category 10 airports.

The solutions
Orlaco offers several total (Plug & Play) vision solutions for airport crash trucks. Their DEVS basic solution contains a robust, waterproof Thermal Imaging (Far Infrared) camera, mounted on a pan&tilt unit, with tailor-made cables and a 12” display. The system is controlled by joystick. As recommended by the FAA advisory, it is possible to build out the system with an easy yet durable video recorder. Next to that, more and more customers want to include a daylight zoom camera, rearview camera, and even sideview cameras. The whole system is modular, so Orlaco can configure it to meet the customer’s requirements. Last but not least, Orlaco can carry out control integration in, for example, the ARFF Vehicle’s CANbus system.

Would you like to learn more about Orlaco DEVS configuration or receive a quotation? Please go to www.orlaco.com for more information, or download a catalogue. Additionally, you may give your requirements directly to Orlaco by contacting their International Sales Support team at
+31 (0)324 404 555 or info@orlaco.com.

More about Orlaco
Orlaco develops and produces quality camera systems for a wide variety of vehicles and ships. The outstanding view offered by their vision systems in all conditions can help machine operators work more efficiently, safely, and comfortably.

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