Thermal IP security cameras can detect motion in complete darkness. Thermal cameras detect heat, making them ideal for use in homes and businesses where security is a priority.
Thermal cameras use thermal imaging to detect people and objects in complete darkness across a large area. The cameras can also be used in difficult conditions such as smoke, haze, dust, and light fog.
Thermal cameras are meant to be a complement for standard IP cameras, not a replacement for them and are useful in high security environments. These IP cameras create images based on heat, which allows them to provide effective surveillance even when there’s no light source. Since the images are produced based on heat, these cameras are excellent for detecting people and objects, rather than delivering images that allow for identification.
Thermal cameras are integrated into video surveillance systems just like normal IP cameras. You can add them on to your existing system with ease.