Thermal FAQs (5)
Thermal night vision frequently asked questions.
How night vision and image enhancement work The objective lens (1) of a night vision device collects light (visible and IR) that can’t be seen with the naked eye and focuses it on the image intensifier (7). The power supply (4) for the image-intensifier tube receives power from two “AA” batteries. Inside the image intensifier a photocathode (2) […]
Trapping Troubleshooting (4)
Hog trapping equipment troubleshooting guide.
Will your on-site remote drop the gate? If yes, re-sync your camera to your control box. See how do I time my camera to my control box.
Camera FAQs (6)
M.I.N.E.™ Camera frequently asked questions.
SMS stands for short message service. The service allows for short text messages to be sent from one cell phone to another cell phone or from the Web to another cell phone. Typically a maximum of 160 characters. When it is mentioned in the wireless scouting camera industry, a common function will be related to […]
Thermal Terminology (A-E) (20)
Thermal night vision terminology (A-E).
When the power supply is “auto-gated,” it means the system is turning itself on and off at a very rapid rate. This, combined with a thin film attached to the micro-channel plate (an ion barrier) reduces blooming. While “blooming” can be noticeably less on systems with a thin film layer, systems with thicker film layers […]
Thermal Terminology (F-G) (7)
Thermal night vision terminology (F-G).
Image Intensification tube specification designation, calculated on line pair per mm x signal to noise.
Thermal Terminology (H-R) (17)
Thermal night vision terminology (H-R).
The distance between the user’s eyes (pupils) and the adjustment of binocular optics to adjust for differences in individuals. Improperly adjusted binoculars will display a scene that appears egg-shaped or as a reclining figure-8.
Thermal Terminology (S-Z) (8)
Thermal night vision terminology (S-Z).
Also known as electronic noise. A faint, random, sparkling effect throughout the image area. Scintillation is a normal characteristic of micro-channel plate image intensifiers and is more pronounced under low-light-level conditions.
Camera Troubleshooting (20)
M.I.N.E.™ Camera troubleshooting guide.
SD Card not present or not fully inserted. Insert a formatted SD card or remove and re-insert SD card.