Thermal cameras, which do not require a light source, are excellent for providing enhanced coverage in diverse environments, such as those with harsh 

conditions or extreme darkness. In addition, thermal cameras have long range detection and temperature measurement capabilities, allowing them to be 

used in conjunction with visible light cameras to achieve all-weather monitoring and comprehensive surveillance.

CCDCAM’s thermal cameras covers both thermal and visual cameras to meet different user demands.

Thermal cameras are widely used in applications such as perimeter protection, protection of key components (electrical facilities, gas pumps, etc.) and 

over-heating detection in critical infrastructure, forest fire prevention, and other scenarios.

Any object with a temperature above absolute zero emits a detectable amount of infra-red (IR) radiation. The higher an object’s temperature, the higher

 intensity of emitted IR. Taking advantage of the differences in IR intensity between objects, thermal cameras make the invisible IR “visible” in the form 

of heat zone images.