MWIR or LWIR thermal cameras for surveillance applications?

MWIR or LWIR thermal cameras for surveillance applications? A long-range thermal camera system is an ideal sensor for 24/7 all-weather surveillance often used in protected environments such as a border or an airport. Quite often it is difficult to decide between a thermal camera active in the mid-wave infrared spectral band (MWIR 3-5 micron) or in the long-wave infrared spectral band (LWIR 8-12 micron).

Read more to find out the factors involved and which range we recommend for different applications.

For more information, see our Thermal imaging products and our Imaging solutions. Alternatively, contact us or request a call back to find the best solution for you.

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