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- Outdoor Visible Distance: 15-40M
- Number of The Lamps: 96pcs Ø5
- Wavelength: 850nm
- Power Supply: DC12V 700mA+AC24V/AC110~220V
- Power: 15W
- Optimum Distance: 40m
- Angle: 30°
- Numbers of LED: 96PCSφ5mm30° LED
- Dimension: 13.5 x 11.5 x 10.5cm/5.3 x 4.5 x 4.1in(L x W x H)
- Waterproof IP65
- The illuminator does not attract attention because its illumination is invisible to the human eye
Types of Illuminators:
- Infrared Illuminators - Infrared illuminators are usually associated with nighttime viewing and are commonly used for surveillance purposes. SurveillanceVideo reports that these types of illuminators "are generally used with black-and-white cameras because these cameras have greater sensitivity to infrared light." Infrared illuminators use light-emitting diodes, or LEDs, to transmit light, according to SurveillanceVideo
- Fiber Optic Illuminators - A spotlight is a type of fiber optic illuminator."Fiber optic illuminators are often referred to as 'cold light' illuminators because they provide high-intensity, focused light without the heat typically associated with high-intensity lamps," according to The FOI 150 and 250 Fiber Optic Illuminator. Because of the light's intensity and focus, it is usually used for capturing or enabling detailed work. It is most commonly used, according to he FOI 150 and 250 Fiber Optic Illuminator, by "microscopes and video microscopes, boroscopes, industrial imaging, custom process and inspection equipment."
- X-Ray Illuminators - An x-ray is "used in medicine as a diagnostic aid as parts of the body, such as bones, absorb X-rays and so appear as opaque areas on the picture," according to The Free Dictionary. X-ray illuminators are used to study the x-rays taken by providing enough light to illuminate the bones or teeth and any physical damage such as fractures. They are often found mounted on walls in doctor or dentist offices
- 1 x Infrared IR Illuminator S8038-30
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- What is Infrared (IR) Illuminator and do I really need one?
Infrared Illuminator (simply IR) is a source of infrared light, which is invisible to the human eye. It can be compared to a powerful flashlight that emits infrared light instead of a visible white/yellow light. As an accessory to your night vision device, it is used to increase available light for a brighter image. Most of the IR illuminators on the consumers' market are based on LED (Light Emitting Diode) that is similar to your TV's remote control, and cost around $30-$100. Effective range of those units, on average, is about 60-80 feet. Since minimal focusing distance of a standard Gen 1 night vision scope or a binocular is around 30-50 feet, you will reap the benefits of an IR Illuminator only in the 50-80 feet range. Is it worth spending an extra $70-$100? You decide for yourself. The only exception to this rule is goggles. Goggles have a very small minimal focusing distance, usually 6"-9" inches, and in this case IR illuminator is a must. Since most goggles come with IR, you won't have to make any decisions there. However, beware of claims that stretch the range of conventional LED IR illuminators to hundreds of yards, not true! IR illuminators with a range of a 100 yards or more are based on powerful lasers, they cost from $200 and up.
- Can a Night Vision device and/or Infrared Illuminator be harmful?
Night Vision technology is absolutely harmless. It does not emit any type of radiation nor will it blind you if a bright light hits it while in use. Most likely it will damage the device. Night vision is no more dangerous or harmful than watching TV. Diode (LED) based IR Illuminators are also harmless. Laser based illuminators on the other hand, CAN be harmful to your eyes. If you have a laser based IR use it with caution. Laser based IRs seldom appear on the consumer market.
- What is Infrared Illuminator (IRI) meant for? (Complete Darkness)
All Starlight scopes need some light to amplify. This means that if you were in complete darkness you could not see. Due to this we have a built in infra-red illuminator (IRI) on all of our scopes. Basically what an IRI does is throw out a beam of infra-red light that is near invisible to the naked eye but your NVD can see it. This allows you to use your scope even in total darkness. The IRI works like a flashlight and the distance you can see with it will be limited. This allows our IRI to extend out to 100 yards However, because of the power at a short distance the IRI may cover only 40-60% of the viewing area.