TIR - CrossHair New Product Release
New Product Release!!
The TIR-Crosshair is a dual axis Thermal IR paranormal investigation Device. It utilizes a very small 64-pixel Thermal Matrix Infrared sensor to detect thermal energy within a 60-degree field of view.
The maximum detection range under ideal conditions is approximately 10’. Detection is represented using a 6 LED sequential array for each X & Y axis. Each individual LED change represents a 7.5-degree shift in thermal position, equivalent to a small human step at a 6’ distance. U
nder “Normal” conditions, it is important to understand that warm objects located within a cool environment, or cool objects in a warm environment would be more easily detected than an object with a temperature at or near the environment temperature. As such, cool objects in a cool environment or warm objects in a warm environment will be more difficult to detect unless it is in close proximity to the sensor, or there is a sharp contrast in temperature variation. This will become more apparent if a target is small or far away from the sensor.
Small thermal anomalies close to the sensor can appear bigger, and large thermal anomalies that are far away can appear smaller. Since the detection conditions and results may vary from one investigation to another, it is important to get a good feel and understanding on how best to utilize the TIR-Crosshair. It can be used as an interactive and gesture interactive tool, or by using the X & Y sequential LED array warm and cool anomaly events can be detected, isolated and tracked within the environment during your investigation.
While the TIR-Crosshair may utilize similar Infrared technology
and principals of operation, it is not intended to take the place of a
precision Thermal Infrared camera or similar instrument. The following detail
will help you to get a better understanding on what to expect when using your
new TIR-Crosshair Instrument. All examples are for general understanding and
results may vary depending on the object size, temperature and distance from
the Infrared sensor. All examples are based on ideal "normal"