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5 November 2019 - 14:48, by , in Thermal Imaging, Comments off
Whether you choose a simple point-and-shoot model or a high-end thermal imager with all the bells and whistles, here are some key features and specs you should consider:   Resolution Detector resolution indicates the number of detector pixels on the camera. More pixels mean higher resolution. Spatial resolution is based on detector pixels and the...
5 November 2019 - 14:30, by , in Thermal Imaging, Comments off
Due to technology advancements, thermal imaging has become more affordable, easier to use and more broadly deployed in a variety of industrial and commercial markets. That is good news if you’re a contractor looking to add thermal imaging to your range of services, because most customers have likely heard of it. Thermal cameras produce thermal...
5 November 2019 - 12:49, by , in Thermal Imaging, Comments off
Thermal cameras take infrared images. The term Infrared means “beyond red”. Thermography is defined as “temperature picture”. So, by definition, infrared thermography means a “beyond red temperature picture”. Both visible light and infrared is part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Infrared has a longer wavelength and lower frequency than visible light. Infrared thermography is the science...
5 November 2019 - 12:41, by , in Thermal Imaging, Comments off
There’s no universal solution for all infrared inspections with a thermal camera, also known as a thermal imager. You need to match your method to the type of equipment you’re inspecting and the level of detail you require. That said, there are three typical methods that cover most situations you’ll run into: Baseline thermography Thermal...