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FLIR
Systems
SR
-
100 & SR
-
100P

Architect & Engineering Specifications








Version 1.1

April 16, 2008






FLIR Systems, Inc.

Commercial Vision Systems

70 Castilian Drive

Goleta, CA 93117

1
-
877
-
773
-
3547

http://www.cvs.flir.com/security/


A&E Specification


FLIR Systems, Inc.

Models
SR
-
100 & SR
-
100P



PART 1
-

NOT USED

PART 2
-

PRODUCTS

2.01

Thermal Security

Camera

A.

Functional Description

1.

The Thermal Security Camera shall not depend on any visible or invisibl
e
(infrared) illumination or image intensifier to “see” i.e. produce images.
The Thermal Security Camera shall be totally passive and not produce any
energy or emit light in any bandwidth. The Thermal Security Camera shall
allow the user to clearly ident
ify images in the total absence of light.

2.

The Thermal Security Camera shall allow the user to see through smoke
and light fog and
to view the thermal patter
ns and contrast in the scene.

3.

The Thermal Security Camera shall not be susceptible to “image bloomin
g”
caused by bright lights as are image intensifiers

and visible spectrum
cameras.

4.

The Thermal Security Camera shall utilize a Vanadium Oxide (VOx)
uncooled microbolometer responding in the LWIR (Long Wave Infrared)
spectral range of 7.5


13
.5

μ
m which is beyond what is visible to the
human eye.

5.

The camera shall be factory configured
with a 100mm

anti
-
reflection
coated

Germanium lens with a
7
°

H x
5
°

V
Field of View (
FOV
).

6.

The range of the Thermal Security Camera shall be defined at three levels

consisting of:

a.

Detection


In order to detect if an object is present or not, its critical
dimension need
s

to be covered by 1.5 or more pixels.

b.

Recognition


Recognizing an object

is defined as seeing what type of
object it is. This means being able to d
etermine if the object is a
person, a car or a truck. In order to recognize an object it needs to be
subtended by at least 6 pixels across its critical dimension.

c.

Identification


Identifying the object is defined as seeing if it is a
man/woman or a man c
arrying a shovel verses a man carrying a rifle.
In order to identify an object it needs to be subtended by at least 12
pixels.

A&E Specification


FLIR Systems, Inc.

Models
SR
-
100 & SR
-
100P


7.

The approximate DRI (Detection, Recognition, Identification) range for a
vehicle and a human

target

is listed in Tables 1 & 2.

Lens

Detection

Recognition

Identification

100
mm

4.4k
m

1.1k
m

580
m




Table 1: DRI range for Vehicle with 2.3m critical dimension



using a Thermal Security Camera with 38 micron pitch detector



Lens

Detection

Recognition

Identification

100
mm

1.6k
m

400
m

200
m




Table 2: DRI range for Human Target using a Thermal Security

Camera with 38 micron pitch detector



Assumptions:

50% probability of achieving objective at the specified distance given a
2
-
degree temperature difference and 0.85/km atmospheric at
tenuation factor. Actual
range may vary depending on camera setup, user experience, environmental conditions,
and type of monitor or display used.


8.

An online site security planning tool shall be available to assist the user in
selecting the correct camera
s and designing a video surveillance system.
The tool shall utilize Google Earth maps saved as jpeg images to allow the
user to
place cameras on the site / buildings and
simulate the actual field
of view of any camera
to

visually see the difference betwee
n each camera
/ lens combination for detection, recognition and identification. The tool
shall be available at
http://raven.flirops.com/
.

9.

The Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference (NETD) is the measure of
the s
mallest object temperature that can be detected by the thermal imager
relative to the system noise. The measurement is usually quantified as
a

mK value. This is the most common Figure of Merit of a thermal imaging
system and a true measurement of the the
rmal camera’s sensitivity.

The
Thermal Security Camera shall provide a NETD of <85mK @ f1.6 or lower.

10.

The Thermal Security Camera shall include a Dynamic Digital Detai
l
Enhancement (DDE) filter which

is a real
-
time DSP
-
based image
enhancement function tha
t optimizes the thermal image across all scene
conditions to provide video with the optimal contrast and low noise. DDE
automatically adapts to all scene conditions and requires no user input
.

11.

The Thermal Security Camera shall utilize Non
-
Uniformity Corre
ction
(NUC) which is a set of compensation factors for each pixel. NUC shall
enable the following features and benefits:

a.

Eliminate the need for FPA (Focal Plane Array) temperature
stabilization.

b.

Allow for near instantaneous camera turn
-
on.

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FLIR Systems, Inc.

Models
SR
-
100 & SR
-
100P


c.

Reduced system
complexity and power consumption
.

d.

Allow for a wider operating temperature range.

12.

The Thermal Security Camera shall include

a function known as

Flat
-
Field
Correction (FFC). The FFC function provides optimal image quality across
changing scene and environme
ntal conditions
.

F
F
C
can be controlled at
any time using the
Do
F
F
C

command in the
TVIS
-
7

User Interface
. The
User Interface

provides two FFC modes:

a.

Automatic: In the Automatic FFC mode, the camera performs FFC
whenever its temperature changes by a spec
ified amount or at the end
of a specified period of time (whichever comes first). When this mode
is selected, input windows are available in the
SR camera

GUI for
specifying the temperature change and the number of frames that
trigger automatic FFC. The
temperature change is specified in
degrees, with valid values in the range 0 to 100 on 0.1 degree
increments. The time period is specified in frames, with valid values in
the range of 0 to 30,000 frames.

b.

Manual: In the Manual FFC mode, the camera does

not perform FFC
automatically based on specified values of temperature change or
expired time. The FFC will be preformed when the “
Do FFC”

button is
clicked.

13.

The Thermal Security Camera shall include Automatic Gain Control (AGC)
circuitry to compensate f
or scene variations, improve image quality by
avoiding saturation and distortion, and to balance signal levels prior to
display to maximize image quality.

14.

The Thermal Security Camera shall feature both White
-
Hot and Black
-
Hot
operating modes. In the Whi
te
-
Hot (default) mode warmer images will be
displayed in white or lighter shades than cooler or background areas. In
the Black
-
Hot mode warmer images will be displayed as black or darker
than the background. Additional pseudo
-
color palettes shall be avai
lable
using the application software provided with the camera.

15.

The Thermal Security Camera shall provide a standard NTSC or PAL
analog composite video output to allow it to function as a direct
replacement for daylight cameras and to connect directly to di
gital video
recorders, encoders and monitoring equipment.

16.

The Thermal Security Camera shall feature a serial interface for

camera
set
-
up and control. A G
raphic
User I
nterface
(GUI)
describe
d below

shall
be included with the camera for set
-
up and control.


17.

The Thermal Security Camera shall be furnished in an IP
-
66 rated outdoor
enclosure with sunshield and mounting base. The mounting base shall be
provided with 1/4x20 threaded holes for mounting to a pedestal or wall
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FLIR Systems, Inc.

Models
SR
-
100 & SR
-
100P


mount. All cable connections shall be

made inside of the enclosure
.

The
enclosure shall be provided with liquid
-
tight sealed cable gland fittings for
the video and power cables.

18.

The Thermal Security Camera shall be available in a pressurized enclosure

with a sunshield

to protect the camera f
rom adverse environmental
conditions. The camera enclosure shall be sealed and pressurized at the
factory to increase camera reliability and reduce the cost of maintenance.

The enclosure shall be fitted with a standard
Schrader

valve to allow the
enclosu
re to be filled with dry nitrogen and a purge relief valve to prevent
over pressurization.

A 16
-
pin mating connector shall be provided with the
camera for wiring.


19.

The camera enclosure shall include grounding and surge protection. A
separate Earth groun
d connection shall be made inside the enclosure to a
designated grounding lug. The Earth ground conductor may be run as part
of the power cable bundle.

20.

All camera set
-
up and control shall be via the serial interface to a computer
running the
TVIS
-
7

User I
nterface

provided with the camera. The
User
Interface

shall provide for the following camera set
-
up:

a.

Video

Tab provides the following set
-
up options:

1)

Flat
-
field correction
:

a)

M
anual or
A
uto

selection

b)

Do FFC button

2)

EZoom

a)

1X selection

b)

2X selection

3)

Region of I
nterest

a)

Full

b)

Horizon

c)

Sky

d)

75%

e)

50%

f)

25%

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FLIR Systems, Inc.

Models
SR
-
100 & SR
-
100P


4)

Detail Enhancement


Increases DDE value to next higher value
each time sent. Default setting is 32. Valid values are 16, 24, 32,
64, 96 & 128

5)

LUT (Look Up Table)


Allows individual pixels values to be
mapped to var
ious color schemes or palettes. Options are:

a)

White Hot

b)

Black Hot

c)

Sepia

d)

Color 1

e)


Fire Ice

f)

Rain

6)

Focus Position (Slider bar for Near to Far)

7)

Focus Speed (Slider bar for Slower to Faster)

b.

AGC

Tab provides the following set
-
up options:

1)

AGC Type

a)

Plateau Equali
zation

b)

Linear Histogram

c)

Auto

Bright

2)

AGC Parameters

a)

Plateau Value (slider bar)

b)

Mid ITT Offset (slider bar)

c)

Max Gain (slider bar)

c.

Setup Tab

1)

Save settings button

2)

Restore settings button

3)

Change Pelco Device address (enter address)

4)

Camera Core Control

a)

Send No

Operation (test camera connection)

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FLIR Systems, Inc.

Models
SR
-
100 & SR
-
100P


b)

Reset

5)

User Defined Command Interface

a)

Function Code (enter code)

b)

Data (enter data)

c)

Send
SR camera

Command Button

d.

Tools


Configuration

1)

Serial Communications Settings

a)

Serial Port

b)

Baud Rate

c)

Pelco Address

2)

Logging (enable/dis
able)

e.

About (displays version and system information)

21.

The Thermal Security Camera shall support the use of a Pelco KBD300
keyboard to control certain functions of the camera. Control of the camera
shall be accomplished by the KBD300 keyboard commands

defi
ned in the
following table (next page)
:

A&E Specification


FLIR Systems, Inc.

Models
SR
-
100 & SR
-
100P



Keystrokes

TVIS
-
7 Function

Toggle Values (default to
first value)

Near button

Increments Focus closer

Note: Holding the Near or
Far Button down
continuously will only move
the focus for three
seconds. The button

must
be let go and depressed for
further motion.

Far button

Increments Focus farther

CW Joystick

Turns on 2X Electronic
zoom


CCW Joystick

Turns off 2X Electronic
zoom


1. Aux On

IR Polarity to Black Hot


1. Aux Off

IR Polarity to White Hot


2. Au
x On

Turns on 2X Electronic
zoom


2. Aux Off

Turns off 2X Electronic
zoom


3. Aux On

Toggle: Plateau Values

250, 300, 400, 50, 150, 200

3. Aux Off

Toggle: AGC Type

Plateau, AutoBright, Linear,
Plateau, AutoBright, Linear

4. Aux Off

IR Flat Field Corre
ction


5. Aux Off

Toggle: LUT Palette

White, Black, Sepia,
Color1, FireIce, Rain

6. Aux On

Toggle: DDE gain in
Photon

32, 64, 96, 128, 16, 24

6. Aux Off

Toggle: AGC ROI

Full, Horizon Sky, Ground,
Center, Center (smaller)

7. Aux On

Toggle: MID ITT in Ph
oton

140, 160, 200, 60, 100, 120

7. Aux Off

Toggle: Max gain value

8, 10, 12, 2, 4, 6



A&E Specification


FLIR Systems, Inc.

Models
SR
-
100 & SR
-
100P


B.

Technical Description

1.

The Thermal Security Camera shall
meet

the following minimum
requirements

using a 100 mm lens
:

Resolution / Image Size (H x V)

320 X 240

Lens

10
0mm (
7
°

H x
5
°

V FOV)

Sensor Type

Long
-
life VOx
Uncooled Microbolometer

Spectral
Response

7.5 to 13
.5
μ
m

Sensitivity

<85mK NETD @ f1.6

Pixel Pitch

38 microns

Video Output

NTSC or PAL

Minimum Focus Range

3 m / 15 ft. electronic adj
ustable

Serial Remote Interface

RS
-
422, Pelco D

User Interface

Via devices supporting Pelco
-
D or
Windows
-
based applicati
on program
(Windows
-
based
TVIS
-
7
GUI)

Input Voltage

14
-
3
2 VDC or
18
-
27
VAC

Input Power Requirement

8 W nominal, 36 W peak @ 24VDC
8 W nominal, 36 W peak @ 24VAC


Operating Temperature Range


-
32
°C to 55
°C (
-
25° F to 131° F)

Storage Tempe
rature Range

-
50
°C

to 85
°C


Lens Heater

Thermostatically Controlled

Connector Style

Screw Terminals

Enclosure Rating

IP
-
66 & Mil
-
Std 810E

Weight

8

lb (
3.
6
kg)

SR
-
100 Dimensions

14.
2
5” (
362mm
) L x 5.
0

W
(
127mm
) x
5.
7

H
(
145mm
)


The Thermal Securit
y Camera shall be a FLIR SR
-
100
.

A&E Specification


FLIR Systems, Inc.

Models
SR
-
100 & SR
-
100P


2.

The Thermal Security Camera shall meet the following minimum
requirements

using a 100 mm lens in a pressurized enclosure
:

Resolution / Image Size (H x V)

320 X 240

Lens

100mm (7
°

H x 5
°

V FOV)

Sensor Type

Long
-
life VOx U
ncooled Microbolometer

Spectral Response

7.5 to 13.5
μ
m

Sensitivity

<85mK NETD @ f1.6

Pixel Pitch

38 microns

Video Output

NTSC or PAL

Minimum Focus Range

7 meters (motorized)

Serial Remote Interface

RS
-
422, Pelco D

User Interface

Via devices supporting Pelco
-
D or
Windows
-
based application program
(Wi
ndows
-
based
TVIS
-
7
GUI)

Input Voltage

14


32 VDC or 24 VAC

Input Power Requirement

8 W Nominal / 36 W Peak

Operating Temperature Range

-
40
°C to 50°C (
-
40° F to 122° F)

Storage Temperature Range

-
50
°C

to 85
°C


Lens Heater

Thermostatically Controll
ed

Connector Style

16
-
pin Connector

Enclosure Rating

IP
-
66 & Mil
-
Std 810E

Weight

11.5 lb (5.2 kg)

SR
-
100P Dimensions

18” (45.7cm) L x 5.50” H (13.9cm) x
4.50” W (11.4cm)


The Thermal Security Camera shall be a
FLIR
SR
-
100P
.