Uncooled Thermal Imaging Binoculars 640x512 With Infrared Camera
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|Type||Uncooled Thermal Binocular||Image Capture||Yes|
|Video Record||Yes||Replay Fuction||Yes|
Uncooled Infrared Thermal Imaging Binoculars,
640x512 Resolution Thermal Imaging Binoculars
Dual Sensor Uncooled Thermal Binocular with Infrared camera, Visual camera
The IR516C portable uncoooled thermal binocular can detect hidden targets in very poor light conditions or total darkness, especially in harsh weather with wind, fog, rain and snow.
The IR516C supports image capture, video record as well as replay functions. It meets various observation requirements of detection, identification and recognition of heat target and is of great use particularly in complicated surroundings.
- Realize detection, identification and recognition of targets with thermal imaging technology
- Built-in photo, video recorder and replay functions
- Output photo and video via USB interface
- Support infrared electric focusing, pseudo color, 2х/4x magnification and cursor control
- Support adjustment of infrared contrast, brightness, auto compensation and display control of heat trace
|Detector||Uncooled VOx FPA Microbolometer|
|Color OLED||High Resolution OLED|
|Continuous Working Time||>4hs (Room Temp.)|
|Mount Type||1/4" Socket|
|Working Temperature||-40 ℃-+55℃|
External Display Terminal
1.What is the difference between low light, active IR and thermal imaging?
Low light needs natural light and transforms weak natural light image into enhanced electronic image through image intensifier;
Active IR actively emits infrared light and uses infrared beam reflected by the target. It has very poor concealment;
Thermal imaging doesn’t need any light and is a passive infrared night vision that detects infrared radiation difference between targets and scene or different parts of an object. not be affected by the changes of the surrounding lighting conditions, during night or even in fog, rain and other harsh environments.
2. Can you block thermal imaging?
In most cases, you cannot. But infrared rays can't penetrate walls, and also the glass can block IR. So, if you don’t want to be detected, you can conceal behind glass or walls to block the thermal imaging.