You can incorporate one of these smaller cameras into your VMS. The features that come with a smaller handheld model should be explored though.
How Does the Power Work?
The portable and handheld thermal imagers you find can come with battery-powered bodies. These include options that you can recharge with an appropriate power cord that comes with your unit.
The power will supply energy to a powerful sensor that generates accurate thermal images. The sensor will review the heat signatures in an area and provide the readouts that you require.
How Do You Hold It?
You can hold one of these thermal image cameras in your hand. You can find some smaller models that are shaped like picture cameras. The screen will be around three inches on average, but everything you use will be revealed in real time.
Also, some thermal imagers may be designed to look like binoculars. These include one and two-eyepiece models alike.
Is the Resolution Strong?
The resolution will only work as far as the zoom features on your camera can work or how large the screen you use is. The good news is that the resolution levels on most of these cameras should be strong enough for single-viewer use. The small screens and control features can be easy to configure and use when managed and organized accordingly.
Make sure you incorporate portable thermal image cameras as a part of your VMS for your convenience. Talk with Infratherm if you need extra help with getting your cameras to work for your VMS needs.
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