Wild Life

Team hunts a 100 Nest of snakes (Giant King Cobra)

Team hunts a 100 Nest of snakes;

The king cobra is a venomous snake species of elapids endemic to jungles in Southern and Southeast Asia. The sole member of the genus Ophiophagus, it is distinguishable from other cobras, most noticeably by its size and neck patterns.

A Team, embodied Snake hunters in a video we chanced minutes ago has hunt downed a dozens of snakes, precisely king cobra the king of all snakes.

From our insight they seemed to be testing their new invented technology which they call snake detectors, review our  searches we made about this  technology below

SNAKE SW detectors are  very low noise and high speed InGaAs sensors designed for the most demanding SWIR applications from 0.9 to 1.7 μm.

The 640 x 512 VGA format detectors with 15-micron pixels are available in two versions, the SNAKE SW, a hermetically sealed metal package which includes an integral TEC (thermo-electric cooler), or the SNAKE SW TECless, a hermetically sealed ceramic package without a TE Cooler. Both detectors are designed for wavelengths ranging from 0.9µm to 1.7 µm and boast low noise, fast frame rates up to 300Hz, excellent image quality and a pixel operability of >99.9%. 

The SWIR detectors are compact, utilize very little power and are cost effective. In particular, the SNAKE SW Tecless has a footprint of only 0.65” x 0.65” and consumes <160mW in 2 output mode.

watch video below;



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