SightLogix Clear24 Thermal Camera Examined

Author: Ethan Ace, Published on Sep 25, 2011

Analytics provider SightLogix announced the Clear24 thermal camera at ASIS 2011. This product aims to resolve a number of common thermal problems: Thermal images may often appear washed out, especially over long distances, targets may be unclear if they are close in temperature to their backgrounds, and adverse weather may result in the image appearing hazy.

The Clear24 camera is equipped with on-board processing designed to increase contrast and visibility. SightLogix's processing aims to remedy these issues, and create a thermal image which looks more like a monochrome image, with better detail than typical thermal cameras. Normally to increase visibility and range in a thermal camera, the imager size must be increased, which results in a significant cost increase.

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