FLIR .... None with ours. Shouldn't affect any.
How does any spectrum of light effect thermal cameras?
We have a genius who wrote a book on what aliens would see if they saw in every spectrum. I could ask him. In general, anything your eyes can see thermal cameras don't. Is there a specific reason?
I'll clarify as much as I can. 850/950nm is used in CCTV and is not visible other than the heat the actual unit generates in the LWIR and MWIR ranges. This emitter functions specifically in the LWIR/MWIR range and would be unusable in a CCTV application.
This technology isn't that new, but it's use has been specifically military to date. What I was attempting to clarify is that it's not an "illuminator" like you would have with a light bulb or LED's of whatever spectrum in security. Brian is very correct in one purpose for these type of laser and other illuminators or beacons.