What is Thermal Imaging?
We are going to discuss those marine thermal cameras are a huge benefit out on the water. Thermal imaging (also called thermal scanning, thermography, infrared imaging, or infrared thermal imaging) is the way individuals can observe the infrared part of the light spectrum. Every object radiates some amount of thermal energy, so thermal imaging is excellent for finding temperature anomalies, which are abnormal in machinery, electric equipment, and in solids like wood, aluminum, steel, and fiberglass.
Thermal imaging doesn’t require light to see thermal radiation, so thermal cameras can see in complete darkness. Thermal imaging is used majorly in law enforcement, security, army, air and sea navigation, firefighting, private industry, surveillance, medicine, and mathematics.… Read the rest