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IR X-Ray Vision CCTV Filters

Requirements

- Camera: Any color CCTV camera with True Day & Night (ICR: IR Cut Filter Removable) feature or any monochrome CCTV camera
- Lens: Any C-Mount CCTV lens

How to Use

- Color CCTV cameras: Set the camera to CS Mount. Screw the PF1 or PF2 filter between camera and lens. And set the camera to Night mode. It's done!
- Monochrome CCTV cameras: Set the camera to CS Mount. Screw the PF1 or PF2 filter between camera and lens. It's done!

Selecting Guides

Check the table below to get the best see-through pictures.

Devices Features Env. A Env. B Env. C Env. D
F M F M F M F M
Color CCTV Camera True Day & Night (ICF Switchable) PF1 PF1 PF2 PF2 PF2 PF2 PF2 PF2
Digital Day & Night S/S PF3 PF3 PF4 PF4 PF4 with S/S PF4 with S/S PF4 with S/S PF4 with S/S
F/S PF3 PF3 PF4 PF4 PF4 PF4 PF4 PF4
Monochrome CCTV Camera PF1 PF1 PF2 PF2 PF2 PF2 PF2 PF2

Abbreviations & Terms

Abbreviations Explanations
Env. A, B, C, D See the table below
F Fixed objects
M Moving objects
B/M Before Modifying to full control of exposure
A/M After Modifying to full control of exposure
S/S Slow Shutter models. these models' shutter speed can be manually adjusted below 1/60 second (for example 1/8, 1/4 second)
F/S Fast Shutter models. These models' shutter speed is adjusted only up to 1/60 or 1/50 second but CANNOT be adjusted below 1/50 second (for example 1/8, 1/4 second)
PF4 with S/S PF4 has to be used with Slow Shutter

Environments A, B, C and D are defined as follows;

Environments Amount of the emitted NIR Detailed examples
Env. A Highest Summer's day outdoors when the direct sun light is strongest
Env. B High Clouded summer's day outdoors / Sunny Spring or Autumn day outdoors
Env. C Fair Clouded Spring or Autumn day outdoors
Env. D Lowest Indoors where a glow lamp, mercury lamp or nitrogen lamp is installed