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Features of Thermal Imaging Night Vision Sight


The working principle of thermal imaging night vision sights is based on the infrared radiation released by objects at different temperatures. These radiant energies are directly related to the temperature of the object. The higher the temperature, the stronger the infrared radiation released. The infrared detector inside the thermal imaging sight can capture these radiations and convert them into electrical signals. After signal processing and image enhancement technology, these electrical signals are converted into visual thermal images, showing the temperature distribution on the surface of the object.

The characteristics of thermal imaging night vision sights can be summarized as follows:

1. All-weather working ability: Whether in completely dark nights or in adverse weather conditions such as fog, rain, and snow, thermal imaging night vision sights can clearly display targets and provide users with reliable visual support.

2. Excellent detection ability: Due to its unique working principle, thermal imaging night vision sights can detect small temperature changes in human bodies and other animals, such as breathing and subtle movements. This makes it perform well in night reconnaissance, tracking and surveillance tasks, and can effectively identify targets under camouflage.

3. High-definition thermal images: Advanced thermal imaging technology enables the sight to present high-definition thermal images, reflecting small temperature differences on the surface of objects. This enables the user to more accurately determine the shape, position and state of the target, improving combat and reconnaissance efficiency.

These features of thermal imaging night vision sights have made it widely used in military, security, search and rescue, and wildlife observation.

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