Security Helper: Night Vision Rugged Phones
Security is typically an around-the-clock job that doesn’t end just because the sun goes down. Many of our customers, especially within the commercial industrial sector, require advanced tools for nighttime surveillance to provide perimeter security or to monitor buildings or other assets after dark. On top of that, you can use IR Night Vision Rugged Phones to reveal items that are not visible to the naked eye. It does this by illuminating objects with infrared radiation and then converting that reflected radiation into a visual image. Just see for yourself in the video below.
IR or Night Vision Rugged Phones use infrared light to illuminate images in the dark. We can’t see it, but infrared light is actually all around us. IR cameras detect these invisible infrared wavelengths, enabling the camera to see in the dark. Most IR cameras have a series of IR LEDs (often situated around the lens) that transmit infrared light at night, or whenever the camera switches to night mode. Whether you’re a photographer who wants to take pictures in any light setting, a hunter who likes to observe wildlife at night, a homeowner looking to surveillance your house, or even a ghost hunter in the making, an IR night vision rugged phone has got you covered.
Why Do We Need Night Vision Rugged Phones?
Seeing What the Human Eye Can’t
IR or night vision cameras use infrared light to illuminate images in the dark. We can’t see it, but infrared light is actually all around us. IR night vision rugged phones detect these invisible infrared wavelengths, enabling the camera to see in the dark. Most IR cameras have a series of IR LEDs (often situated around the lens) that transmit infrared light at night, or whenever the camera switches to night mode.
IR That Goes the Distance
To capture details in the dark, make sure that the rugged phones you’re deploying have an IR illumination distance that is sufficient for the area you need to capture. Lower quality night vision cameras might have multiple LED lights, but they may only brighten objects several feet away. Look at the specification sheet or test the camera to see if it provides adequate illumination distance. (Higher quality IR cameras can illuminate objects 150 feet away or more). Even at closer distances, it’s good to try out the camera so you know what to expect.
Avoid the Whiteout
Now, if you’ve deployed IR cameras in the past, you may have experienced an unfortunate “white-out” effect, where the camera’s IR has over illuminated an object to the point where it’s no longer visibly discernable. This can happen when an object moves too close to the camera. To avoid this pitfall, IR night vision phones with dynamic smart IR or built-in LEDs automatically adjust to compensate for the distance of an object to ensure proper exposure.
Good Helper At Night
IR LEDs allow you to take photos and videos in complete darkness. The IR light the camera uses is invisible, so it will not cause any interference. And it does not produce electromagnetic radiation, SO there is no safety problem. If you enjoy observing wildlife, this infrared night camera will definitely be a good helper.
3 Top Night Vision Rugged Phones Recommend
SONY 20M Night vision camera
The new Sony 20MP Night vision camera maintains the clarity and beauty in pictures even at night. The external camera is equipped with a Sony IMX350 ultra-light sensitive sensor with four infrared lights and four LED lights ensuring images remain clear even in total darkness at night. It also balances high-contrast scenes to present incredible images in every setting.
The Doogee S96 Pro has the basics of ruggedness down, boasting IP68 dust and water protection rating, MIL-STD-810G certification, and the usual capability to operate under extreme temperatures. Then again, those points, especially the IP68 rating, are almost common among smartphones these days. What sets it apart, however, is an IP69K rating you’d rarely see even in rugged smartphones, certifying that this device can withstand a blast of close-range pressurized water, often used for wash downs to sterilize people and equipment.
Just like any typical rugged Android phone, the Doogee S96 Pro rugged smartphone is built like a tank and almost looks like one. At 15.5mm thick and 310g heavy, it pretty much has the heft and girth of two typical smartphones. That, of course, is necessary for its durability and also lends a solid feel in one’s hand, though it will also tire out that hand sooner than usual.
10W Wireless Charging
10W Wireless Charging. The 12V/2A Charger system makes DOOGEE S96 Pro your powerful mate to trust. Within an hour, you can refuel the battery up to 50%. Thanks to the state-of-the-art wireless charging technology, now you can get rid of tangling cables. Each time you want to charge your device, just place it properly on the charging pad and it will charge automatically. And the 10W wireless charging can greatly shorten the charging time, save you from meaningless waiting.
Infrared Night Vision Camera
What’s new is the 20MP night vision camera. You can take interesting pictures with the night vision camera of Armor 11. What’s more, just use it as a special flashlight if you don’t want to be conspicuous in a dark night. Another interesting use is to use it as a black-white video recorder. The night-vision cameras can take the little light coming from the moon or street lights and amplify it. A regular camera can do something similar. Go into a dark room in your house (or go outside at night) and take a long-exposure picture using a camera (if it’s capable of taking long-exposure shots).
The 5200mAh battery is delightful. It offers 335-537 hrs standby time. Two days of active use of a gadget with such a battery is very easy to achieve. Wireless charging, as well as NFC contactless payments, add to the positive experience of the device, which will be an excellent assistant in any business if you put up with its size and small software problems.
Armor 11 is 2g, 3G, 4G, and 5G capable. This smartphone has a built-in GPS receiver. In addition, GPS is a satellite-based navigation system that allows the determination of the exact geographical location on Earth. Moreover, The Armor 11 comes with Near Field Communications (NFC) functionality for transferring content with other NFC-enabled devices.
20MP IR Night Vision camera
On the back of WP17, you get a triple-cameras setup that features a 64MP primary camera, For the rest of the cameras, you have a 20MP IR Night Vision camera and a 2MP Macro Camera. The IR Night-vision function in 20MP for clear vision ability. The upgraded 4 infrared Radiation Emitters greatly expand the visual range up to 20 meters. Adjustable lR intensity provides a clearer view in the pitch-black area.
Ports And Buttons
As for the ports, the phone comes with a USB Type-C port from the bottom and a microphone, 3.5 mm headphone jack, from the top has just another microphone. The buttons are, as usual, the power button with a built-in fingerprint sensor, the volume button, the dual SIM with the memory slot. It should be noted that there are buttons on the side for Emergency SOS with the possibility to be customizable.
The Oukitel WP17 smartphone works on Android 11 with UI that has better gesture navigation controls, Dark Theme, and contains most of the features that come with the system, the most important of which is the presence of all Google services, Making the smartphone experience smoother and more personalized.