Detecting Infrared Waves, Not Visible Light

The first thing to know about these cameras is they don’t work like regular cameras. Regular daylight cameras and the human eye both work on the same basic principle: visible light energy hits something, bounces off it, a detector receives the reflected light, and then turns it into an image.

Thermal imagers make pictures from heat, not visible light. Heat (also called infrared or thermal energy) and light are both parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, but a camera that can detect visible light won’t see thermal energy, and vice versa. Thermal cameras capture infrared energy and use the data to create images through digital or analog video outputs.

  • Thermal-Optical DeepinView Cameras Whether it’s a camera focusing on people or vehicles, the Thermal-Optical DeepinView Cameras Series always try to see more with its Deep Learning technology inside. They capture more faces in a single frame from much wider angles; they detect and distinguish human beings and vehicles from other objects with higher accuracy; they recognize vehicle number plates at 98%+ accuracy, and they analyze flows by detecting the queue time and status for resource optimization during peak times. What the DeepinView cameras can offer is not just video and image data, it’s the insight you need to build a smarter and safer world.
  • Outdoor Bi-Spectrum Cameras

    bi-spectrum bullet camera, designed to bring enhanced capabilities to perimeter security, including advanced fire detection technology. This means the lower the temperature difference sensed by the camera, the smaller the value, and thus the better the image
  • Outdoor Thermal Cameras
    Any object with temperature will emit infrared rays. The thermal imaging camera is to receive the infrared rays emitted by the object, and display the temperature distribution on the surface of the measured object through a colored picture; and find out the abnormal point of the temperature according to the slight difference in temperature, thus performing the maintenance function. It is also generally called an infrared camera. So, how does a thermal imaging camera work? What are the advantages of thermal imaging cameras?
    The working principle of outdoor thermal cameras is thermal infrared imaging technology. Its core is a thermal imager, which is a sensor that can detect minuscule temperature differences and convert the temperature differences into real-time video images for display. But you can only see the hot corridor of people and objects, and you can't see the true colors of the objects.

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