Thermal FAQs (5)
Thermal night vision frequently asked questions.
In order to understand infrared, it is important to understand something about light. The human eye can detect only a tiny part of the electromagnetic spectrum, called visible light. But there are other forms of light around us such as ultraviolet and infrared. Infrared (IR) light is also a very small part of the entire […]
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.
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 […]
Thermal Terminology (A-E) (20)
Thermal night vision terminology (A-E).
An electronic feature that automatically reduces voltages to the micro-channel plate to keep the image intensifier’s brightness within optimal limits and protect the tube. The effect of this can be seen when rapidly changing from low-light to high-light conditions; the image gets brighter and then, after a momentary delay, suddenly dims to a constant level.
Thermal Terminology (F-G) (7)
Thermal night vision terminology (F-G).
The diameter of the imaged area when viewed through an optic.
Thermal Terminology (H-R) (17)
Thermal night vision terminology (H-R).
An image intensifier protection feature incorporating a sensor, microprocessor and circuit breaker. This feature will turn the system off during periods of extreme bright light conditions.
Thermal Terminology (S-Z) (8)
Thermal night vision terminology (S-Z).
A measure of the light signal reaching the eye divided by the perceived noise as seen by the eye. A tube’s SNR determines the low-light-resolution of the image tube; therefore, the higher the SNR, the better the ability of the tube to resolve objects with good contrast under low-light conditions. Because SNR is directly related […]
Camera Troubleshooting (20)
M.I.N.E.™ Camera troubleshooting guide.
Check battery connections, ensure 4 AA Batteries are in the 2 left banks or 12 AA Batteries are in all locations. Double check all battery polarities and that the batteries have 1.5 volts or better. If this does not resolve the problem, call for support.