I have a double pane window and have searched everywhere to see if anyone has developed a way to make the PANCAM work at night through the windows. I realize the rep states it can not. But there are Wise (no pun intended) folks inventing helpful things. Thanks for any updates that I could use. I do have a screened in porch, but it can get pretty cold out there. How cold can these units tolerate?
By “not working through glass” do you mean " the IR is reflecting off the glass making any video blown out?" Disable the IRs if you want to aim through glass, but you may need an secondary means of illumination outside.
They are built for indoor only, but many many folks have had success with having these cams out in Sub zero temps.
Do you mean see through glass (cam inside) or operate outside with signals coming from inside?
I’ve been running a pan cam since April looking through a single pane plus storm window.
To minimize reflection I’ve a blind behind it. I don’t use the camera IR.
Yo I have my pan/cam running through double pane glass. Night vision leds are off but my camera is pointed at the front door area which is lighted by porch light. I was gonna attach a photo but couldn’t figure out how to.