How Sturdy Is the Housing?
Take a look at how well the housing on a camera is laid out so you have something that fits well in your local climate. A steel housing with enough seals for most security needs should be included within your camera.
See how well an infrared camera can handle temperature extremes. You can find an automatic heater on some outdoor thermal camera units. A heater may be activated at around 40 degrees Fahrenheit or less. This will keep the components inside the camera warm and at less of a risk of being harmed by freezing conditions.
The housing should also be secured enough to keep the most intense heat conditions from influencing how the camera works. Look at the mechanisms in your camera to see how this can work for you.
Keep Steady In the Wind
The mounting brackets on outdoor thermal image cameras can help you get a clear view of what’s in a space without worrying about the camera shaking around. A bracket will create a steady shot for your camera without it shifting or tilting without your control.
Can a Wiping Feature Work?
You may find some cameras that include small wipers. These may work in cases where it is raining out. This feature might have to be activated through a remote or computer program for it to work though.
Whatever you might find on thermal image cameras, you will see that it is easy to get a good shot off with one of these cameras thanks to how they can handle tough weather conditions and various extremes. Ask Infratherm for additional details on how these cameras might work for you.