Infrared thermal imaging technology two basic applications
Can achieve non-contact long-distance temperature measurement and fault detection: 1.
1. simple and intuitive; 2. safe and accurate; 3. efficient and time-saving; 4. all-weather work
02 Night vision
Easy detection and identification of targets in complete absence of light: 1.
1. all-weather work; 2. no fear of bad weather; 3. long action distance; 4. super stealthy
Temperature measurement and all-weather imaging are the two basic functions of thermal imaging technology
The products developed based on these two are not only used in traditional fields such as military, electric power, industrial manufacturing, scientific research and medical treatment, but also will soon step into our daily life with a new posture.
What is infrared thermography
In layman's terms, infrared thermography is the transformation of invisible infrared radiation into a visible thermal image and reflects the temperature distribution state of the target surface. Different objects or even different parts of the same object have different radiation capabilities and their reflections of infrared light are different in strength. Using the difference in radiation between the object and the background environment, as well as the difference in radiation between the parts of the scene itself, the infrared thermogram can present the ups and downs of the radiation of each part of the scene, thus showing the characteristics of the scene
Principle of thermal imaging technology
All objects with temperatures above absolute zero (-273°C) will radiate infrared rays that are not visible to the naked eye, also known as thermal radiation. Infrared thermal imaging technology is to convert the heat radiation into a corresponding electrical signal, and then after amplification and processing, to get a thermal image reflecting the heat distribution of the object surface
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