Posted on 22nd Mar, 2011 by Jonathan Peach
Night vision revering cameras are very important for drivers who operate their vehicles in the evenings or during darkness.
To get the required effect, the revering cameras use infrared technology. Using a combination of infrared illumination and CCD the apparently dark image appears in a single shade image on a monitor.
Because the reversing cameras and their systems produce high levels of infrared light, the image is a relatively high resolution.
Infrared is a common component of many modern government vehicles because it enables effective night time vision – making them safer.