Made for professionals
Thermal imaging cameras by Dräger are valuable tools for orientation when fire, smoke, and darkness make
navigation difficult. Designed to maintain your orientation to see where you are going as well as for finding
persons or hotspots. Whether “indoor fire fighting” or “searching for a person” – various tasks can now be
mastered optimally with the help of the new generation of Dräger UCF thermal imaging cameras. The Dräger
UCF 7000 provides a clear plus when it comes to safety and reliability, ease of use and decision making
assistance for demanding firefighting jobs. The camera is equipped with innovative functions to meet and satisfy
today’s requirements for professional search and rescue and firefighting personnel. And while the Dräger
UCF 7000 is very easy to use, it also delivers excellent image quality. Application-specific displays provide more
clarity and facilitate assessment of a situation.
Comfortable one-hand operation
Using the Dräger UCF 7000 means one hand is always free: an invaluable plus and added freedom of
movement for the user. The compact design and well-balanced low weight of only 1.4 kg (3 lbs) make the
camera easy to operate with just one hand. The “application switch” makes it possible to use the camera
safely and to utilize its functionality to the full extent even in highly stressful situations. A very sturdy attachable
“crawling plate” permits the user to brace himself or herself on the ground without letting go of the camera.
Also offering various carrying options for optimal carrying comfort.
Better overview, more details
The Dräger UCF 7000 delivers excellent images to firefighters even if visibility is less than optimal. A resolution
of 160 x 120 pixel as well as a 2x zoom provide a detailed impression of the situation. When the current image
is always right in front of your eyes, rooms and the immediate vicinity are searched quickly and safely. The
risk of overlooking a detail is especially likely and a problem in difficult situations. Thanks to the “application
switch” (application-specific operating modes), the Dräger UCF 7000 makes it possible to optimize the image
display of the camera for the specific task at hand. For example, the camera’s display can be optimized for
finding persons or finding sources of fire.
One of three additional operating modes is quickly selected just by pressing a button:
‒ Fire (firefighting)
‒ Persons (search and rescue)
‒ ThermalScan (searching for hotspots)
This additional selection provides firefighters with better insights in any situation.