Bullard Thermal Imaging for Fire Fighters(3)
Eclipse is the first low-cost, ultra-small form factor, handheld thermal imager designed to help give "sight" to each firefighter inside a blaze. Developed to provide firefighters navigational and search/rescue assistance, Eclipse gives departments the opportunity to equip more firefighters with thermal imaging technology. Getting a thermal imager into the hands of every firefighter was just a vision a few years ago. Today, Bullard makes that vision a reality with the introduction of Eclipse. The small design, quality images and affordable price make Eclipse a must for every firefighter. Check out the innovative design features of Eclipse: Ultra small form factor Super lightweight Large, easy-push "on" button Easy, one-button operation 1000 degree dynamic range 80 x 60 array Desktop charger with one battery standard Extended warranty available Bullard SmartLine online training Eclipse Powerhouse™ charger Each Eclipse Thermal Imager comes with Eclipse Control Panel software, which gives you access to customized display graphics, an advanced troubleshooting system, and future downloadable upgrades.Add to Compare
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Rochester, NY Fire Department have bought thirteen Bullard Eclipse imagers Rochester, NY Fire Dept purchase thirteen Eclipse imagers The Bullard Eclipse thermal imager made headline news on 13WHAM TV in Rochester, New York when the city’s fire department purchased thirteen of the new cameras. The Eclipse debuted at FDIC in April and since then is quickly changing the way firefighters navigate in and out of a burning building. This low-cost, lightweight, personal-issue thermal imager is designed to equip every firefighter with thermal imaging technology. The Eclipse is small enough so firefighters can attach it to their gear and powerful enough to be their eyes in a fire. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, 114 firefighters lost their lives in 2008. Nearly 18 percent of those firefighters killed on a fire scene died because they became lost, trapped or caught in a structural fire. The navigational function of the Eclipse paired with an advanced, lead thermal imager for analysis and investigation can help firefighters safely evaluate a scene by having multiple eyes in the fire. Be sure to check out channel 13WHAM’s news report and video on their website.
Bullard is exhibiting at FDIC Online on June 10-11 FDIC Online tradeshow will include exhibits from Bullard ranges Bullard is excited to be participating in the FDIC Online tradeshow taking place today, June 10 and Thursday, June 11 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. EST. This innovative online exhibit showcases Bullard's Thermal Imaging and Fire Helmet product lines, including our new Eclipse Thermal Imager and TrakLite Fire Helmet Light. At FDIC in Indianapolis in April, Bullard was proud to introduce our new Eclipse and TrakLite to the fire industry. If you were unable to attend FDIC's tradeshow in April, be sure to visit www.fdiconlineevent.com today to learn more about the products Bullard offers to the fire service. During this two-day tradeshow event, visitors to the Bullard booth can chat online with our product experts, answering any product or service questions you have. Don't miss this opportunity to be part of an interactive online exhibit from Bullard!
Bullard has received the prestigious Kentucky SHARP re-certification Representatives from the Kentucky Department of Labor Cabinet honor Bullard in ceremony Bullard recently received Kentucky's prestigious Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) re-certification for taking extraordinary measures to ensure the safety and health of its employees. Demonstrating an effective company-wide safety and health program, the award, which Bullard originally received in 2006, was presented by representatives from the Kentucky Department of Labor Cabinet. John Lippert, SHARP Program Administrator and Danny Vernon, Partnership Program Manager of the Kentucky Labor Cabinet, presented the award to Bullard's CEO Richard Miller in a ceremony held at the Company's headquarters in Cynthiana. Mr. Miller accepted the award on behalf of all Bullard employees who are committed to making safety a priority. The U.S. Department of Labor designed SHARP to encourage and recognize excellence in occupational safety and health among small employers - those with 250 or fewer workers - in "high hazard" industries. Bullard is one of only 10 active companies, of over 2300 eligible companies, in Kentucky with SHARP status. This certification is valid for three years.