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Blighter develops rotating, mast-mounted radar

Nov. 16, 2013 - 02:51PM   |  
By MICHAEL PECK   |   Comments
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The Blighter Revolution 360 Radar rotates on a mast and can be mounted below an electro-optic camera system. (Blighter Surveillance Systems)


Blighter Surveillance Systems has introduced the Blighter Revolution 360, a rotating, mast-mounted mobile surveillance radar.

With a payload of less than 70 pounds and consuming less than 100 watts of power, the Revolution 360’s Doppler radar can detect a person walking 4.6 miles away and a large moving vehicle at 13.7 miles, according to the company.

“The Blighter Revolution 360 uniquely revolves around its mast — hence the name — and this allows it to sit beneath an integrated electro-optic camera system,” according to the announcement by the UK-based company.

“This is a big advantage in this market as many customers will want to slew a thermal camera system to track intrusions and allow fast identification of any possible threat,” said Blighter CEO Mark Radford. “Our system features a non-rotational central post for mast-top camera mounting and our BlighterView HMI 2 software platform is designed to integrate with a wide range of third party camera systems to make this a straightforward process.”


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