On February 28, 2014, Launch Ceremony of Marketing for Sunell Infrared Thermal Network Camera was held and participated by all marketing staff, the principal of Thermal Imaging Department at Sunell headquarters as well as the principals of over 30 Sunell offices in China.
Bob Zhang, the principal of Thermal Imaging Department, demonstrated the latest thermal imaging products and shared the information about thermal imaging application market, the design principles and product's studying and developing direction. Ann Wu, deputy general manager of Sunell, announced that starting the thermal imaging sales.
Recently, IHS has published the fifth annual white paper themed as the Main Trends for Video Monitoring Industry, stressing that thermal imaging will be an industry-recognized trend in 2014.
Sunell has been attaching importance to R&D and taking this as the foundation for its future prosperity. At present, Sunell has developed infrared thermal Network Camera which is a high-tech achievement in thermal imaging field. The camera adopts the latest un-cooled IR-FPA sensor and image processing algorithm and is equipped with the new generation of thermal infrared lens with high transmission distances. Without any light source required, it can obtain good-definition images by detecting infrared emission (or heat) in all weather conditions and even in total darkness.
The imaging principle of the camera is as follows: If an object is higher than the absolute temperature zero degree (-273.15°), it will radiate infrared rays even though it does not emit light. Infrared ray is also known as thermal radiation line. The infrared rays radiated from the objects of different temperatures are received by infrared thermal detector to produce temperature changes and then generate electric effects. After the electric signal is magnified and processed, the thermo-gram for thermal distribution of object surface will be obtained, which is called “infrared thermal imaging”.
According to Bob, Sunell IP thermal imaging device has more pioneering advantages than those thermal imaging products in market. For example, Sunell infrared Thermal Bullet Network CameraSN-TPC4200K has the following features: un-cooled IRFPA sensor, infrared long-wave 8~14um, 420×315 pixels; high thermal sensitivity up to 50mK; 8 / 15 / 25 / 35 / 50 mm prime lens (options); pseudo color mode shift: black hot/white heat/iron red; DVE image enhancement.
Ann Wu, deputy general manager of Sunell, stated that to meet the market demands, Sunell launches this new product after years of technical R&D and has been attaching importance to product quality, constructing marketing service system, serving market segment well and assisting its strategic partners in exploiting their markets. As for the “cost-effective” Sunell camera, Ann expressed that it aimed rewarding the customers and meeting their different requirements.
A thermal imaging products have almost unlimited uses for external and even internal use.
Sunell will launch the worldwide sales for thermal imaging camera. At present, its sales networks have distributed over 80 countries and over 30 branches and offices have been set up in China. To serve its global customers better, Sunell has been enlarging its global marketing system. As of February 2014, it has set up branches in overseas markets from many countries including South Africa.