09.16.19 -- The Science and Mathematics of IR Thermography

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IR Thermography
How it works

Although infrared radiation (IR) is not detectable by the human eye, an IR camera can convert it to a visual image that depicts thermal variations across an object or scene. Thermography is a type of imaging that is accomplished with an IR camera calibrated to display temperature values across an object or scene.

This article dives into the science and mathematics to explain how non-contact measurements of an object’s temperature are possible.
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Cooled or uncooled thermal imaging cameras?

It depends. Watch the video to learn what to consider when specifying an IR imaging solution for your next R&D application.

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IR Detectors For Thermographic Imaging

This article explains the different types of detectors and what to consider to ensure the camera you select has the appropriate response for the IR range of your application. 

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