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Ulis to supply IR sensors for Pelco cameras

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Ulis has signed a contract with Schneider Electric, the manufacturer of Pelco video and security systems, to supply infrared (IR) sensors for Pelco's Sarix thermal imaging cameras.

Under the agreement, Ulis will deliver off-the-shelf TV 640 x 480 and 1/4 TV 384 x 288 format IR sensors. Ulis' IR sensors will be used to provide round-the-clock surveillance in all weather conditions for a variety of applications, including port installations, public utilities, and critical infrastructure surveillance.

David Dorn, director of thermal imaging at Pelco, commented: 'Pelco picked Ulis' image sensors for their incredibly low noise while offering sun-safe operation and high reliability operation necessary for security applications. The high sensitivity of Ulis microbolometers are also a great combination with Sarix's powerful image processing capability.'

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