TIR Crosshair X Y Axis Movement Detector
The new TIR Crosshair is a double X-Y axis temperature detector. It’s designed explicitly for the paranormal community to find and communicate with spirits and ghosts. The TIR Crosshair identifies small temperature changes which spirits can make, and its purpose is to see them.
How does the TIR Crosshair work?
The TIR Crosshair can detect thermal energy on the X and Y axis in a 60-degree field. Any supernatural events may cause a brief temperature change in front of the sensor. The temperature is shown utilizing 6 LED lights for each direction. Every LED light change shows a 7.5-degree change in the thermal temperature; the scope of the sensor is 10 feet.
Suppose a cold object or paranormal anomaly passes before the infrared sensor. In that case, the lights will become blue toward the direction of the temperature change. At the point when a warm paranormal anomaly passes before the sensor, the lights will turn red. If a warm object is followed by something cooler, the lights will illuminate red and then blue.
All paranormal investigations may bring diverse forms of strange activity. It’s great to see how the TIR Crosshair ghost detector can detect the slightest temperature changes. And it’s a unique product for gathering evidence. The TIR Crosshair will recognize humans; if you stand 2–3 meters before it, you will see it light red. However, it will zero itself again if you stay there. When you move out of its way, you will see it becomes blue as the mass of warm energy has gone, and it will zero itself again. We do not recommend standing in front of the device while it’s in operation to avoid false positives.
- 60-degree detection angle
- Includes ON/OFF switch
- Cold spots are displayed in blue, hot in red
- +/- 4° degree temperature accuracy
- Resolution: 64 pixels
- 8×8 (64 pixels) sensor pixel resolution
- Requires 1x 9v square battery
- 6 to 7.5 degrees optical axis gap
- Size: 11.5 cm x 7 cm x 2.5 cm
- 10 foot Maximum detection distance
- 15-85% operating humidity to avoid freezing or condensing
X Y Dual Axis Thermal Temperature Movement Detector
The TIR Crosshair is an X-Y double-axis thermal infrared detector that can show the most minor temperature changes. It has a 64-pixel display, which lights up blue for cold and red for warm temperature inconsistencies. It has a sizeable 60-degree field of view. Furthermore, it is another handy way to identify and show warm and cool temperature changes within its field of view. This astounding gadget will show you the adjustments of the temperature changes and whether they are hot or cold. You can detect this with the meter if the cold or hot spot is moving. You can see if the spot moves from left to right or towards you.
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The Crosshair has been designed explicitly to help further promote and advance paranormal research. It has been used in the most famous Ghosting Chasing TV program, Ghost Adventures. The TIR requires a square 9v battery to use, which is excluded. The measurements are 11.5 cm by 7 cm by 2.5 cm. With a 60-degree field of view and a 10-foot range, the device can cover a large region. It’s preferable to put this down and not hold it. If you hold the meter in your hand and walk around with it, it will go berserk, and you will get none-stop false positives. When used correctly, it’s an intuitive and insightful ghost-detecting gadget. You can request the spirits to move in front of it; if they do, you will see a hot or cold spot show up. It’s remarkable when you ask spirits to trigger the device, and they do it. The evidence is more credible when spirits do things on command. It truly is an astonishing and versatile piece of paranormal equipment.
Things to Note
Bear open windows in mind, which may cause sharper temperature rises and falls. And it can impact the TIR Crosshair’s sensor. You can use a thermal infrared camera with the TIR Crosshair. If the TIR triggers, you can point your thermal imager in that direction to get a better view of the cause of the spike.