IR Indoor vs Outdoors

By John Honovich, Published Oct 29, 2012, 08:00pm EDT (Info+)

IR 'works' much better indoors than outdoors, even if the light levels are equally as low and the distance is equally as far. This might sound weird at first but it is an important and fundamental issue that is critical in planning and assessing the range of integrated IR cameras.

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