Avoid production breakdowns
Thermal imaging cameras are sophisticated tools to determine when and where maintenance is needed, because electrical and mechanical installations tend to get hot progressively before they fail.
Any object that has a temperature above absolute zero (-273.15°C) emits radiation in the infrared region. Infrared thermography is the art of transforming an infrared image into a radiometric one, which allows temperature values to be read from the image. Every pixel in the radiometric image is in fact a temperature measurement.
Buyers should make sure that the following basic functions are included in the design. Image format: Standard JPG not a proprietary format. Picture in picture (PIP): Digital and the thermal image for a clear overview. Accuracy: Industry standard is ±2% / ±2°C. Thermal sensitivity: Smallest temperature difference the camera can detect usually described in °C or mK e.g., 0.05°C (50 mK). Service support: Local supply – ensure your support begins, not ends, with your purchase; Software: Reporting and analysis software included. New technology in thermal imaging: MSX (Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging) superimposes digital camera detail onto thermal image and MSX produces exceptional thermal clarity.