Thinking of getting a thermal imager? Before having a look at our thermal imaging cameras (infrared cameras or IR cameras), why not learn exactly how thermal imaging works…
An infrared camera contains a unique lens, that is able to focus infrared light emitted by the objects in ther thermal imaging camera’s line of view.
This focused light is then scanned by a phased array of infrared-detector elements, which in turn creates a thermogram. A thermogram is a detailed temperature pattern. The thermogram is then translated into electric impulses, which in turn converts the impulses into data for the display on the thermal imager. The data is represented as various colours, depending on the infrared emission instensity.
Here’s an example of a thermal images of an electrical substation and lines:
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