Frequent question and answer
It is suggested that you observe target objects within 40 yards, to ensure a clear image.
This product has been designed for IP65. It is fully protected from dust and low pressure
jets of water from all directions. However, we still suggest keeping the device away from water.
In most cases, the answer is yes. We suggest that you mount it on to glasses with a flat,
thick surface to ensure that the device stays stable. The hinge of the device should be
securely attached to the glasses temple with an O ring.
+/- 2 degree. The accuracy of the temperature meter is not design for medical application.
However, we might deliver advance version for such demands in the future.
Long-wave infrared energy allows this device to pick up temperatures at a distance, but
we suggest using it at close range in order to get an accurate reading, as the sensor
resolution and size of the target can affect performance. We suggest that you fill the
reticle (the central circle is around 10 pixels wide) in order to ensure an accurate
No. Thermal imaging can only detect heat as it radiates from an object. It might be able
to see heat coming from within an object, but it will not be able to see into the object,
because the camera picks up the object’s exterior thermal image first. We recommend not
using the product behind glass, such as a wind shield.
No, thermal imaging requires the device to be pointed at a real object, and not just a
reflection. Polished objects such as mirrors or metal can reflect heat radiated from other
things around them, and can therefore affect the accuracy of thermal images. We recommend
using our project well away from such objects wherever possible.