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Outdoor Visible Distance: 15M
- Number of the Lamps: 48pcsΦ10
- Beam Angle: 90°
- Wavelength: 850nm
- Power Supply: AC110-220V /AC24V+DC12V
- Numbers of LED: 48pcsΦ10mm90°LED
- Dimension: 10 x 13 x 14cm/3.9 x 5.1 x 5.5in(L x W x H)
- Can be used with the indoor camera to capture quality video in low-light areas or complete darkness inside or outside your home or small business
- 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 LED Illuminator
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- Is infrared illumination harmful to infants?
Low-level radiation of that nature isn't any more harmful than being in a room with an incandescent light. Heat-lamps, however, emit high levels of IR and would likely burn a baby.
- Can a powerful infrared night vision spotlight blind you?
It could, but you would feel it first. You won't see the IR illumination, but these will be emitting heat waves, or IR waves, that could burn your eyes. You would feel it just like you would feel the IR emitted from fire, as heat. But you wouldn't be blinded like you would with visible light. If it were a bright light that is visible, the high intensity of visible light has the right wavelength to blind your eyes, but IR has longer wavelengths that won't blind you like you would be blinded by starring at the sun for a long time. Rather, it would blind you by it heating up your eyes and then distorting them. So it could blind you, but differently than visible light.
- Discreet LED night vision Illuminator?
Use LEDs that have a wavelength between 830 nm and 975 nm. You can't see them at all but many cams can. Be sure your cam doesn't have a filter glass in front of the camera sensor element that filters out IR.