IR anti-reflection window to increase the infrared transmittance

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  1. jpmomo

    jpmomo n3wb

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    does any one know the details of what the above means? I was hoping to try and place a camera inside and have it monitor the outside through a window. Most of the cameras with have the image of the front of the camera reflected back into the recording as soon as any infrared is turned on.
    Thanks for any info,
    jp
     
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    As that is a specification/feature called out for that and other Uniview cameras, I think they're referring to the glass that covers the IR LED's is effecient and doesnt reflect the IR underneath it.

    Im not aware of any secret technology that will prevent IR reflection from a camera looking through a window. Not a good idea.
     
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    thanks. I keep on wishing for that magic tech!