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CCD vs. CMOS Image Sensor Technology

Cameras these days range from security surveillance to your average point and shoot cameras. If you strip the hardware that makes up the camera and the lens that lets you see the world, you will notice little reflective photodiodes which make up a device called an image sensor. Depending on the specs of your security camera, you will notice that it […]

Infrared Security Camera FAQ

Everything you need to know about your Infrared Security Camera An infrared security camera has a set of IR LED bulbs (IR bulbs emit infrared wave lengths). Every infrared security camera has a sensor on board that switches the IR lights on or off based on the amount of available light that enters the camera. […]

About C-Mount Cameras

In 1970’s and 1980’s, when security cameras were in their infancy, c-mount cameras were really the only kind of video surveillance camera. Their shape and size was determined greatly by the size of the boards and chip-sets at the time. As technology has improved over the years, with the size of circuit boards getting smaller, […]

Night Vision Security Cameras & IR Illuminators

What You Need To Know About Night Vision Security Cameras Security cameras are an essential component of any effective home or business security system. Night vision security cameras are able to monitor low-lit to completely dark environments (without compromising image quality). If you need night vision surveillance technology to protect your property, consider the benefits […]

How Does an IR Camera Work?

Infrared Energy Detection Want to know how an IR camera works? An infrared camera is a non-contact device that detects infrared energy (heat) and converts it into an electronic signal, which is then processed to produce a thermal image on a video monitor and perform temperature calculations. Heat sensed by an infrared camera can be […]

What Is an IR Camera?

An IR camera is an infrared device that creates images from infrared radiation. Also known as athermographic camera, an IR camera uses wavelengths longer than visible light to create images even in total darkness. The two main types of cameras are cooled infrared detectors and uncooled infrared detectors. The basic operation of an IR camera works by detecting the amount […]