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Dräger UCF 1600 or UCF 3200 Thermal Imaging Cameras
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TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008

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  • Page 1 In Service Training CD Dräger UCF 1600 or UCF 3200 Thermal Imaging Cameras 1 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 2 Please remember that thermal imaging cameras are very useful in the fire service and we have made great strides to make the UCF 1600 and UCF 3200 very robust and durable. It is however, an electronic device and should be used and not abused.
  • Page 3 Table of Contents 1. Introduction the Infrared Technology 2. Applications 3. Getting to know your Camera 4. Operation of the camera 5. Care and cleaning 6. Battery Procedure 7. Crawling handles and Accessories 3 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny 5/25/2008...
  • Page 4 Infrared Radiation What is Infrared Radiation?  Infrared Radiation is a portion of the Electromagnetic Spectrum  It is a form of energy which we perceive as heat  All bodies above the absolute zero ( -273° C) of temperature absorb and radiate infrared radiation 4 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 5: The Electromagnetic Spectrum

    Thermal Imaging Technology Infrared Band Widths Infrared Band Widths The electromagnetic spectrum The electromagnetic spectrum ultraviolet micro- visible light wave infrared long wave infrared mid infrared near infrared to 14 to 7 to 2 © Long Wave IR 7-14 microns (where thermal imagers operate) 5 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 6 Thermal Imaging Technology How does Thermal Imaging works? Display Screen Lens Electronic Signal /\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/ /\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/ /\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/ IR Waves IR Detector Signal Processor 6 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 7 Thermal Imaging Technology  Since thermal imagers sense infrared energy which varies with the temperature of objects in a scene, the image generated provides a thermal signature of the scene. This image can be displayed on a standard video monitor. ...
  • Page 8 Table of Contents 1. Introduction the Infrared Technology 2. Applications 3. Getting to know your Camera 4. Operation of the camera 5. Care and cleaning 6. Battery Procedure 7. Crawling handles and Accessories 8 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 9 Thermal Imaging Applications • Search and Rescue • Initial Size-up and Overhaul • Fire Scene Assessment • Locating the Source of the Fire • Identifying Hot Spots • Identifying Potential Flashover Situations • Locating Entry, Exit and Ventilation points • Handling Hazardous Material •...
  • Page 10 Table of Contents 1. Introduction the Infrared Technology 2. Applications 3. Getting to know your Camera 4. Operation of the camera 5. Care and cleaning 6. Battery Procedure 7. Crawling handles and Accessories 10 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 11 Getting to Know your Camera Scope of Delivery • The Dräger UCF 1600/3200 basic device comes with the following components: – UCF 1600/3200 Thermal Imaging Camera – Rechargeable Camera Battery – Hard Shell Pelican Carrying Case – Instructions for Use Manual –...
  • Page 12 Getting to Know your Camera Additional Options • The Dräger UCF 1600/3200 has available additional accessories that could include the following: – Truck Charger – ThermalScan™ – Crawling Handle – Transmit Handle – Handheld Receiver – Command Center Receiver – Video/Picture Capture Handle –...
  • Page 13 Getting to Know your Camera Different Parts D-ring (L&R) Hand straps Sun Visor Silicone rubber Locking screw for handle Handle (3 types) Handle Base Silicone rubber 13 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 14 Getting to Know your Camera Different Parts Poly carbonate lens Polished finish Anti-scratch coating Mode Button • Color Palettes selection • 2 x zoom ThermalScan buttons On / OFF/ Stand-by button Multi-function button • On / Off button • Channel selection 14 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 15 Getting to Know your Camera Different Parts Front Nose Protection Front lens (Silicone Rubber) Battery Housing Charging contacts  Ultem (Camera Body)  High impact strength  Excellent heat and chemical resistance 15 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 16 Battery Latch Handle Support Battery Pac 16 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 17: Introduction The Infrared Technology

    Table of Contents 1. Introduction the Infrared Technology 2. Applications 3. Getting to know your Camera 4. Operation of the camera 5. Care and cleaning 6. Battery Procedure 7. Crawling handles and Accessories 17 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 18 Dräger UCF Thermal Camera On/Off and Stand-by Button The UCF 1600 and the UCF 3200 thermal cameras On/Off button is the black or green button in the center of the camera. • To activate the camera press the button and a solid green LED light will appear along with the Dräger logo.
  • Page 19 Dräger UCF Thermal Camera On/Off and Stand-by Button On/Off and Stand-by Button The UCF 1600 and the UCF 3200 thermal cameras On/Off button is the black or green Hold to turn off button in the center of the camera. Release for Standby •...
  • Page 20: Mode Button

    Mode Button Mode Button The UCF 1600 and the UCF 3200 thermal cameras mode button is located on the right side of the camera control panel. The button that has an “M” on it. • The mode button performs two operations: 2X...
  • Page 21: Mode Button Functions

    Mode Button Functions Mode Button The UCF 1600 and the UCF 3200 thermal cameras mode button is located on the right side of the camera control panel. The button that has an “M” on it. • To activate the different Color Palette modes, press and hold the “M”...
  • Page 23: Operation Of The Camera

    Operation of the Camera UCF 1600 / 3200 Color Palettes Autumn Color Palette •Great for providing more detail •Can be found in CP 02 (Color Palette 2) •Uses include: Outdoor use when overcast skies. Hot Spot and Overhaul 23 | 37...
  • Page 24: Applications

    Operation of the Camera UCF 1600 / 3200 Color Palettes Black/Yellow Color Palette •Great for providing more detail to your thermal camera •Can be found in CP 03 (Color Palette 3) •Uses include: Checking ballasts, HAZMAT applications, industrial applications, and many more.
  • Page 25 Operation of the Camera UCF 1600 / 3200 Color Palettes Yellow Color Palette •Great for providing more detail to your thermal camera •Can be found in CP 04(Color Palette 4) •Uses include: gives greater detail for electrical applications, overhaul and many more.
  • Page 26 Operation of the Camera UCF 1600 / 3200 Color Palettes Grayscale Color Palette •Can be found in CP 05(Color Palette 5) •Uses include: in any environment that is 32 degrees Fahrenheit or colder. Takes away the blue color and keeps it in a grayscale.
  • Page 27 Operation of the Camera UCF 1600 / 3200 Color Palettes Reverse Polarity/ White Hot Black Cold Color Palette 6 •Can be found in CP 06(Color Palette 6) •Uses include: Outdoor use, Vehicle accidents, Search and Rescue operations, Law Enforcement Applications •Can you spot the person in the woods from...
  • Page 28 Dräger UCF Thermal Camera Normal Mode/EI Mode Normal Mode The UCF 1600 and the UCF 3200 thermal cameras have two modes that they will operate in. •In normal mode, the user can select between several color palettes and use the ThermalScan™...
  • Page 29 Dräger UCF Thermal Camera Normal Mode/EI Mode EI Mode Electronic iris or Firefighting Mode occurs when the temperature of more than approximately 10% of the objects in the scene is higher than 266°. The camera will do this automatically. •The camera will also default you out of any color palette or ThermalScan mode and put you into firefighting mode in CP 01.
  • Page 30 Dräger UCF Thermal Camera Normal Mode/EI Mode EI Mode •The camera will automatically go out of EI mode and into normal mode once 10% of the pixels go below 266° •The intent for EI mode is to extend your cameras dynamic range. 30 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny5/25/2008...
  • Page 31 Dräger UCF Thermal Camera Optional Additional Features ThermalScan™ Buttons The UCF 1600 and the UCF 3200 thermal cameras offer the optional Thermal Scan (TS) technology for highlighting areas above a set ambient temperature in a yellow color. Ideal for use of smell of smoke calls and overhaul.
  • Page 32: Getting To Know Your Camera

    Table of Contents 1. Introduction the Infrared Technology 2. Applications 3. Getting to know your Camera 4. Operation of the camera 5. Care and cleaning 6. Battery Procedure 7. Crawling handles and Accessories TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008 32 | 37...
  • Page 33 Cleaning and Care for Camera UCF 1600 / 3200 Color Cleaning the camera after use. •Once back in the station be sure to check the camera for any defects or damage to the camera. •DO NOT use solvents or paint thinners to clean...
  • Page 34: Daily Inspection

    Daily Inspection *At the beginning of every shift be sure to check: 1. Battery Life 2. Camera picture quality 3. ThermalScan feature 4. Go through the different color palettes 5. Make sure the camera accessories a clean and working properly. 6.
  • Page 35 Service Return Authorization Policy *Something wrong with your camera? Locate the serial number of your camera which is under the battery on the camera (i.e. ERZD-0000) Contact Draeger Safety customer service at 1-800-858-1737 They will ask you what is wrong with your camera, the serial number and give you an Service Return Authorization (SRA)
  • Page 36: Operation Of The Camera

    Table of Contents 1. Introduction the Infrared Technology 2. Applications 3. Getting to know your Camera 4. Operation of the camera 5. Care and cleaning 6. Battery Procedure 7. Crawling handles and Accessories 36 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008 36 | 37...
  • Page 37 Simply slide the battery into position in the direction of the arrow 37 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 38 A loud “click” will indicate that the battery is correctly locked into positioned. The battery cannot be accidentally dislodged 38 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 39 To release the battery place your finger under the locking latch as shown and slightly lift the latch up, slide the batter backwards to disengaged the battery 39 | 37 TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008...
  • Page 40 Red light Desk Charger constant on tell you the battery is  charging. Red Charges single battery pack light blinking  Yellow light tells you the means there is a problem charger has power Green light tells you that the battery is fully charged.
  • Page 41: Truck Charger

    Truck Charger  Protect the entire camera  5-G rollover capacity  Charges both camera battery and spare battery  Separate battery charging indicators Extra battery charging slot Positive locking system Shown without handle...
  • Page 42: Care And Cleaning

    Table of Contents 1. Introduction the Infrared Technology 2. Applications 3. Getting to know your Camera 4. Operation of the camera 5. Care and cleaning 6. Battery Procedure 7. Crawling handles and Accessories TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008 42 | 37...
  • Page 43 Crawling Handles Video & Stills Picture Capture: System will provide:-  Over 300 still images  or 30 mins of video  3 Different handles available  Basic handle  Video/stills handle  RF handle  TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008 43 | 37...
  • Page 44 Thank you for your attention. TIC Orientation/Greg Sesny/ 5/25/2008 44 | 37...

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