How Thermal Imaging Module Works

A thermal imaging module on a drone turns it into a powerful tool, which can be used in many sectors from construction, mining, electrical, surveillance, firefighting, search and rescue.

Thermal drones which use vision imaging cameras have so many positive uses by detecting heat coming from almost all objects and materials turning them into images and video.

Heat vision cameras or thermal imaging modules are in fact really heat detecting sensors. These thermal cameras are also known by various names including.

Thermal imaging modules make pictures or video from heat, not visible light. Heat (infrared thermal radiation) and light are both parts of the electromagnetic spectrum. However, a camera, which can detect visible light will not see thermal radiation and vice versa.

thermal imaging modules detect more than just heat. Heat vision cameras detect the tiny differences in heat, even as small as 0.01° Celsius. This information is then displayed as various colors on a display, in thermal software or apps.

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Outdoor Thermal Security Cameras

We knows security is serious business, period. So we’ve developed the thermal security camera with nothing but the most serious components to get the job done. Whether you are on covert security operations, border patrol, nuclear power facility security or pulling surveillance missions by land or sea, these fully weatherized, rugged full pan tilt zoom infrared cameras will surpass your expectations.

The long range infrared cameras can be integrated into your existing security system for dependable performance any time of day or night, giving you the detection power you need to identify threats or obtain evidence even in complete darkness. The system is available in several configurations, including small, medium or long range lenses, and has several thermal sensors available to suit your mission profile.

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