The AGM Global thermal monocular devices use the latest infrared imaging technology to detect even the most subtle temperature differences of natural and man-made objects, allowing you to see in near to total darkness and tough weather conditions. Our thermal monoculars also feature:
- Digital video recording and photography capabilities
- Advanced lens materials and ergonomic construction
- Smart device integration for iOS and Android
The method by which our thermal monoculars are developed is based on the principles of black body radiation, which state that any object with a temperature above absolute zero must emit infrared radiation. Thermography, or thermal photography, is possible because the amount of radiation that an object emits either increases or decreases with spikes or drops in that object’s temperature.
AGM Global Vision always strives to use the latest available thermal monocular technologies. Whereas the process of thermal imaging is converting infrared (IR) radiation (heat) into visible images that represent the spatial distribution of temperature differences in a viewed scene The main feature of all thermal imaging products is that they do not require independent sources of bright light unlike night vision technology. This allows one to see in full darkness, through smoke and low visibility, low-contrast conditions.