Operating a thermal imaging camera requires certified training. Practical tips and guidance for operating a thermal imaging camera. Whether you’re just measuring [...]
Any object with a temperature above absolute zero is going to emit radiation, which can be detected and measured with a thermal imaging camera.
To capture the true temperature reading of any target object, the thermal imaging camera needs to compensate for that unwanted radiation it sees all around it.
When it comes to thermal imaging of any kind, you need to be aware of emissivity values to make sure that any temperature measurements and other related calculations are accurate and actionable.
Thermal imaging makes use of a heat-sensitive camera which detects the subtle differences in the temperature of objects.