Temperature is very important in our everyday lives and is used for many applications such as to see if you are sick, if food is cooked thoroughly or if your car is overheating. Thermal imaging cameras take measuring temperature to the next level where instead of getting a number for the temperature, you get a picture showing the temperature differences of a surface. Thermal imaging, also known as thermography, is the technique for producing an image of invisible (to our eyes) infrared light emitted by objects with the use of a thermal imaging camera. Thermal imaging cameras provide rapid scanning of a surface that is non-destructive and environmentally friendly, which allows for quick detection of potential problems or defects that will reduce troubleshooting time and preventative maintenance.
- Are there any limitations to thermal imaging cameras?
- Digital Image Storage and Infrared Cameras
- How do I get a good image from my infrared camera?
- How do I get trained to use an IR camera?
- How do I take a good infrared thermal image?
- How Does an Infrared Camera Work?
- Infrared Cameras and Software that Work Together
- Infrared Cameras FAQ
- IR Thermometers vs FLIR i-Series Infrared Cameras
- What applications can a thermal imaging camera be used for?
- What are some of the features of Infrared Thermal Imaging Cameras?
- What are the applications for Infrared?
- What do thermal imaging cameras see?
- What is an Infrared Camera?
- What is an IR thermal imaging camera used for?
- What is Infrared Radiation?
- Why Measure Temperature?
- Why Use Infrared?
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