Infrared Camera with a Wide Angle Lens

See large targets from a close distance in tight spaces or easily view a much larger area at once with the IR camera and a wide angle infrared lens.

Designed for professional industrial inspections and building diagnostics, the infrared camera combined with the wide angle infrared lens provides a wider field of vision allowing you to see more in tight spaces or view large areas in one glance.

This kit is an excellent option for inspecting entire banks of switchgear cabinets or looking through IR windows; save time with roofing and building inspections by viewing a much larger area in a single picture.

The interchangeable smart infrared lens require no calibration and are made of 100% diamond-turned germanium with an engineered coating, the most efficient material to transmit energy to the detector.

Outdoor Thermal Network Camera

Outdoor Thermal Network Camera for positioning unit. 640×480 resolution, 30 or 8.3 fps,, and 35mm lens with 17° angle of view. It supports Electronic Image Stabilization, Zipstream, ONVIF, H.264, PoE and local storage.

It includes Video motion detection, shock detection and support for Camera Application Platform enabling installation of Perimeter Defender and third-party applications. IP66, NEMA 4X rated and UL listed.

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Automotive Thermal Driving Night Vision

Why is Thermal Driving Night Vision important in the motor Industry?

Automotive Thermal Driving Night Vision Cameras are very important in the motor industry as they act as an assistive tool to drivers of all vehicles which can include cars, vans, trucks, security and medical vehicles. Automotive thermal cameras do not need any type of light or illumination to display the view ahead, so it can work in all different types of driving environments. This is what is great about car night vision cameras is that if for example you are driving in the countryside at night it can detect any animals, pedestrians or vehicles that you may not be able to see because there is no lighting available for the driver to see what is ahead on the road.

How do Automotive Thermal Cameras work without any light?

Now you are probably wondering if you don’t need any light for thermal cameras to work, how do they show up what is ahead on the road. Firstly, when you are driving in the dark the temperature normally is a lot cooler than it is during the daytime. Secondly, all vehicles, animals and people all emit heat that often is not visible to the human eye. This heat energy is then known as Infrared Radiation which then is detected by IR detectors which are installed in the Automotive Thermal Cameras. Currently all SATIR Vehicle Night Vision Cameras have a 384×288 IR Detector which will generate 110592 pixels on screen delivering a clear image to the driver of any obstacles that may be ahead on the road.

What are the Benefits of Automotive Thermal Cameras?

The main benefit of installing a automotive thermal camera is that it will assist drivers driving in the dark particularly in winter/autumn months. In the winter months, often drivers have to deal with dangerous weather conditions such as ice, fog and mist which can contribute to road traffic accidents. Thermal Cameras can see through these weather conditions and can detect people, animals or other vehicles on the road in poor visibility. This gives the driver enough time to react to what is ahead and prevent any road accidents.

The Range of Automotive Thermal Driving Night Vision Cameras come with Pedestrian Detection System (PDS) with some being built-in to the camera. This gives the driver a visible warning and with some models there is also an audible alarm to warn them of cyclists, pedestrians or animals ahead often warning the driver a few hundred metres in advance.

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Optics Energy Thermal Binoculars

Optics Energy 8×21 thermal binoculars are small enough to go anywhere! These little roof prism binoculars from Optics are great for a daytime hike, a football game, or even a performance at the theater.

The Optics Energy Thermal Binoculars have multi-coated lenses that supply you with sharp views, and their lightweight feel and extreme collapsibility make them very portable.

Priced affordably, these Optics Thermal Binoculars are truly a multi-purpose, go-anywhere binocular. Express your individuality with the Energy Moon (blue), Sun (yellow), or Star (silver).

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Thermal Imaging Camera For iPhone

SmartCor-T384 is the most advanced thermal imaging camera designed for your smartphone. Made for iPhone® and Android™ top models, this highly-portable thermal imaging camera features a large, 320×240 thermal sensor with high sensitivity and a wide, 32-degree field of view. Offering adjustable thermal span, level, and emissivity settings, the SmartCor-T384 delivers unprecedented high-resolution thermal imaging and software capabilities available at this price.

Our newly enhanced free mobile App software, available for download in all iTunes and Google Play stores, now features an entirely new human-centered user design that maximizes the power of the smartphone processor and adds feature-sets engineered for the needs of the commercial and industrial end user. Select new key software features include:

Thermal Level and Span – Easily set and lock a temperature range to display the maximum thermal information of any object or scene with a set point and range.

Emissivity Control – Calibrate for emissivity through easy, pre-defined settings. Compensate for various surface materials, ensuring accurate readings and reporting.

New Image Color Palettes – Enhanced palette options provide the visual capabilities necessary to help users easily examine and understand thermal imagery.

Full Frame Thermography – Choose from 4:3 or 16:9 formats displaying all temperature data for the maximum clarity and options responsive to your device format and size.

Complete with 7 User Modes including: Spot temperature, High / Low temperature, Level and Span, Above Threshold, Below Threshold, Equal Threshold, and Thermal+ Visible.

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Thermal night vision system Improved Definition

The thermal night vision uses image intensification technology and is designed to convert most low-to-mid power daytime sights, scopes, or binoculars to operate at night. The thermal night vision can be mounted in seconds and without tools. It can be attached in front of a day rifle scope (using its quick release Picatinny mount) or directly onto the day scope (or binocular/ telescope) objective lens with the included adaptor.

Suitable for use with most commercial and military specification day time sights, telescopes or binoculars (up to 6X magnification). Because the thermal night vision is mounted in front of your own day scope, the shooters eye relief is not altered, and shot release and follow through all remain intuitive. The thermal night vision device is factory bore-sighted to better than 1MOA accuracy, so no alteration in zero is experienced, and it really is as simple as mount and shoot, just as in day time.

The thermal night vision is intended primarily for use by the most demanding hunter or short range assaulter, where field of view and ease of use is more important than high magnification.

Whether your day scope is a well known brand or not, the thermal night vision will work just as well at magnifications 2-6X. Available in a variety of high performing Gen 2+ and Gen 3 image tube options to cater for all budgets, the CO-MINI brings high quality thermal night vision within everyone’s reach.

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SmartCor384 Thermal Imaging Core

The SmartCor384 is the first commercially available uncooled thermal imaging core to use 12 micron pixels, enabling system integrators to reduce optics sizes by 50% and decrease optics cost by 20%.

The SmartCor384 is a 640×480 thermal imaging core designed for makers of thermal imaging solutions for commercial, civil and military markets who seek class leading performance at an affordable price.

The SmartCor384, which is the newest addition product line of high performance thermal imaging cores, includes customizable settings, a software development kit, onboard image storage, and display drivers making it easy for the end user to configure based on mission needs.

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What Materials Can My Infrared Lens Not See Through?

Infrared lens is a subset of the entire electromagnetic spectrum. Like visible light, ultraviolet, X-rays and radio, infrared lens is carried by photons, which can be thought of as tiny bits of electromagnetic energy. The amount of energy carried by a photon is determined by the wavelength of light. X-rays, for example, have very high energy, while radio waves have low energy. Infrared photons carry less energy than visible light photons. The transparency or opacity of an object to infrared depends upon the specific characteristics of the molecules in the material.

The Infrared Spectrum

Infrared wavelengths are beyond the range of direct human perception, which is where an IR camera comes in handy.

Different definitions exist for the infrared spectrum. Everyone agrees that it begins at wavelengths just longer than visible light and extends out to much longer wavelengths, but the exact start and finish are a matter of choice. There are a few different typical classes of infrared camera, each uses a different wavelength region. Some use the near infrared wavelengths from about 0.8 micrometers (that’s 0.8 millionths of a meter) to about 1.5 µm (the symbol for micrometers). Others use mid-wave-IR (MWIR) wavelengths from about 3 to 5 µm, and still others use the long-wave (LWIR) region from 8 to 12 µm.


Lens Transmission

The material of your IR lens will have been selected to match the region of the spectrum in which the camera operates. For example, a near-IR camera could have a lens made from fused silica, magnesium fluoride or quartz. MWIR lenses are often made from silicon, while LWIR lenses are frequently made from germanium. A material will appear opaque to your lens if the transparent spectral region of the material doesn’t match the transparent region of the lens.

IR Transparency

Unfortunately, there’s no easy rule for extrapolating the visible look of a material into its transparency in the infrared. Because visible light and infrared light have different energy, they will act differently when traveling through a material. In general, visible light will interact with the electrons around an atom, while infrared light interacts with the bonds that hold molecules together. Because of this, almost every material that is transparent in visible light will block infrared radiation. So, if your lens is not designed for use at near-IR wavelengths, chances are anything you can see through will be opaque to your lens.

Finding More Materials

Most of the information available online is tailored towards helping people find materials that are transparent to infrared wavelengths, as opposed to opaque to those wavelengths. Still, where a material is not transparent, it will be opaque, so you can use those lists to find materials that don’t transmit at the same wavelengths as your lens. The best way, of course, is to test various materials with your camera.

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Thermal Network Camera

Thermal network cameras outperform a visual camera in dark scenes and are a great tool for detecting people and objects in 24/7 surveillance, from pitch dark areas to a sunlit parking lot.

Thermal network cameras create images based on the heat that always radiates from any object, vehicle or person. A thermal camera is less sensitive to problems with light conditions, such as shadows, backlight, darkness and even camouflaged objects; and delivers images that allow operators to detect and act on suspicious activity – 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

24-hour detection

Thermal cameras are excellent for detecting people, objects and incidents from pitch dark to sunlit and other challenging conditions. Thermal cameras do not, however, deliver images that allow reliable identification – that is why thermal cameras and conventional cameras complement and support each other in a surveillance installation.

Thermal cameras do not require any additional light sources – conventional or IR – that consume energy, create shadows and reveal their locations. And, in contrast to conventional day-and-night cameras that depend on a certain amount of near-infrared light to function, thermal cameras deliver reliable surveillance images even in complete darkness.

Enhancing any professional IP-Surveillance system

Thermal cameras can handle many difficult weather conditions better than conventional cameras, e.g. allowing operators to see through smoke, haze and dust. Thermal cameras typically also provide better accuracy in intelligent video applications.

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Digital Thermal Binocular with Full HD Video Recording

Digital Thermal Binoculars

Revolutionary Thermal Smart Binoculars! All the power of the Obsidian Core with Superb Thermal Image!

Thermal Vision

Detect your prey with the power of thermal. Take your shot with confidence using the help of the Smart Shooting Solution. Record everything with the press of a button and share with your friends and family.

Obsidian Core & UI

Built using the most cutting-edge technologies known, the Obsidian Core, an integral computer, offers you the fastest and most powerful processor around. Boasts lightning fast speed and lag-free performance. Speed and high-resolution are at your command with just the touch of a button.

Video Recording

Make capturing your experiences in stunning 1080p full HD a regular part of your adventures. Don’t miss another opportunity to capture that once in a lifetime moment.

• 2.5x Optical + 25x Digital Zoom

• 1280×960 at 30 fps

• Image Stabilization

Record videos and take photos to bring your adventures back home to share with friends, family and on social media.

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