Daisy Security thermal detection cameras for Security or Heat Detection
Visible light only makes up a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum and is the only part we can physically see. When the sensor on a thermal detection camera is pointed at an object or area, it allows the user to see the otherwise invisible infrared spectrum.
Because thermal cameras measure infrared radiation they are useful for identifying heat sources in very dark or otherwise obscured environments and for security.
Heat Detection applications –
Thermal cameras are perfect for environments where the detection of excessive temperature or sources of wasted heat energy is required. Monitor overheating components or potential thermal insulation gaps in buildings or on farms. Our Thermal detection camera solutions are suitable for the following industries and services:
- Building, construction, and manufacturing.
- Industrial inspection and machine monitoring.
- Petrochemicals and gas detection.
- Crop surveillance and analysis for agriculture.
Security applications –
Thermal cameras produce images using temperature differences. They make it possible for people to see the environment without visible light because they can detect heat radiation that is not visible to the naked eye.
Thermal cameras are a suitable security solution because they help us detect and distinguish objects. They assist with recognition and classifying different objects (animal, human, vehicle, etc.) and they help with Identification so we may describe objects in detail.
If protecting your business or machinery is key to your success then Daisy Security will have a security solution for you.
Our Thermal Products
Temperature Screening Thermographic Handheld Cameras
Thermographic Handheld Camera Economical
Thermal Network Bullet Camera
Thermal & Optical Bi-spectrum Network Bullet Camera
Frequently Asked Thermal Questions
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