Ghost Detector

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Micro-Controlled Ghost Detector

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The all new micro-controlled Ghost Detector light works on a split and mix full spectrum. 

The unit works in conjunction with full spectrum camcorders. 

The Idea of the ghost detector light, is that we don't see in the ultra violet range or near infrared, we can see in the visible spectrum of light which is a very small portion of bandwidth of the whole electromagnetic spectrum, infrared and ultra violet is just outside each end of our general range. however our full spectrum cameras can. Our most noticable colour is a greenish yellow colour, which peaks at around 555nm, and drops off quite rapidly for other colours. 

When you look at Most Haunted and programs like that there's always a green hue in the background, the reason for this is because if a shadow is cast against this light level, we are more likely to see it, same principle for safety jackets, and work coats etc, it is generally the most noticeable colour.

The peak wavelength of the ultra violet led is around 395-405 nm, when looked at appears as a purple colour, and not that bright, this is the fall off frequency in our visible range, so at peak is a lot brighter, we can see the effect when white fluoresces or other fluorescent colours. Paranormal investigators are interested in this Uv range as well as infrared, if entities are moving in this part of the spectrum Uv cameras may pick up and record. 

The all new Ghost stepper light unit, to work in conjunction with full spectrum camcorders, or security cameras. How it works, Using a micro-controller and transducer driver circuits to enable control of the powerful 5 x 1 watt Leds, , in this order UV, B, G, R, IR, which is under your control, by means of stepping through 32 possible binary combinations. The order sequence is ultra violet through to infrared with RGB in the middle, 32 possibilities. example you can record in Uv and green, UV and IR, or blue and red, RGB and UV, or any other combination. Just simply step through them and leave on preferred lighting condition, or test and see which suits best. The other programs inbuilt are, the Spectre Strobe, this feature strobes between IR and UV, which gives a strobe effect, at them light levels. Another function is an automatic 'count up the bandwidth in binary', this allows all combinations automatically to step up the bandwidth and then repeat. Each light condition is present for 5 seconds, the full sequence is nearly 2 minutes, then it repeats.

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