Thermal FAQs (5)
Thermal night vision frequently asked questions.
Image Tube Grades When buying night vision equipment you should be advised of the different grades of image tubes. You should not buy a 2nd or 3rd Generation night vision device without knowing the grade and resolution of the Image Tube. The lower the grade the lower the resolution or the greater the blemishes. Black […]
Trapping Troubleshooting (4)
Hog trapping equipment troubleshooting guide.
If it is the same time every day, there may be interference from a similar frequency in the area. Reset the receiver in the control box by holding the button for 6-8 seconds. Re-sync your camera and on site remote. If the problem continues, your transmitter may need to be replaced. If it is for […]
Camera FAQs (6)
M.I.N.E.™ Camera frequently asked questions.
Thermal Terminology (A-E) (20)
Thermal night vision terminology (A-E).
Viewing a single image source with both eyes.
Thermal Terminology (F-G) (7)
Thermal night vision terminology (F-G).
Also called brightness gain or luminance gain. This is the number of times a night vision device amplifies light input. It is usually measured as tube gain and system gain. Tube gain is measured as the light output (in footLambert) divided by the light input (in foot candle). This figure is usually expressed in values […]
Thermal Terminology (H-R) (17)
Thermal night vision terminology (H-R).
High-power devices providing long-range illumination capability. Ranges of several thousand meters are common. Most are not eye-safe and are restricted in use. Each IR laser should be marked with a warning label like the one shown here. Consult FDA CFR Title 21 for specific details and restrictions.
Thermal Terminology (S-Z) (8)
Thermal night vision terminology (S-Z).
Equal to tube gain minus losses induced by system components such as lenses, beam splitters and filters.
Camera Troubleshooting (16)
M.I.N.E.™ Camera troubleshooting guide.
Ensure the SIM card is present and fully inserted. Make sure your SIM card is on the proper plan and carrier. AT&T vs Verizon
Camera Information (4)
Camera information guide
You probably have read a lot about 2G, 3G and 4G/LTE already. In the wireless scouting camera world, we will try to make it easier for you. Let’s start from 2G. 2G signifies second generation wireless digital technology. We always use GSM wireless scouting camera to indicate it’s a 2G device. GSM stands for Global […]