CPAS Under Vehicle Inspection Systems
The Comm Port CPAS uses color area scanning technology to effectively scan and inspect the undercarriage of vehicles to search and analyze images for explosive devices, suspicious objects or contraband such as drugs and weapons. The system is ideal for government, military, transportation and corporation facilities requiring security checkpoints for vehicles such as vans, tractor trailers, buses and passenger vehicles.
Unmatched integration flexibility
Transmit your video over IP, fiber optics, coax, or wireless, and integrate with automatic License plate recognition and driver image-capture cameras. The CPAS system can be configured with motion detection or loop detection so that you only record “live” events.
Seeing is securing in real time
With the CPAS, you can view in real-time and full color for the entire length of the vehicle. There is no waiting like with other systems and no need for an expensive image-processing computer or control units. See it live with no delay. Full high definition color, even with vehicles moving up to 65KMPH (40MPH). Image captures are created in either H.264 or MJPEG. The scanning camera are available in 400FPS up to 900FPS.
Sharp images provide the total picture
A high-resolution digital color camera give you clear, sharp images. Bright white, high-intensity Led-based lighting illuminates the vehicle’s undercarriage so details aren’t lost in shadows. With the full length light arrangement and specially designed camera angle the wheel wells and other under carriage details are easy to capture so there is no need to add any additional auxiliary cameras for hard to view areas.
Built rugged for long life
The heavy-duty, based plate is made of diamond plate material with the scanner and light arrangement included in a one package system. Weight bearing capacity comes standard with a 48-ton capacity and an optional 110-ton option available. The system is designed to withstand harsh environments, rugged terrain, and extreme temperatures. Likewise, cameras and lighting are encased in sturdy, weatherproof housings. LEDs offer the most reliable, low-heat light source available, with a typical life of over 100,000 hours.