Using thermal imaging in Research and Development

All around the world, Engineering and Scientific researchers are extensively using thermal imaging or infrared cameras. Thermal imaging cameras offer insight into significant information about an object’s thermal attributes. Manufacturing industries as well are using thermal imaging cameras to enhance their quality control during the earliest stages of product development. These instruments help to study the heat generation and dissipation of a product. It assists in finding flaws quickly and also to avoid repetition in design formation. Thermal analysis of infrared images of components has brought great benefits to many products on the market. High performance, durability and reliability are some of the qualities improved upon with the help of thermal imaging cameras.


Thermal imaging
Flaws detected during research and development of products


FLIR thermal imaging cameras are high quality, state-of-the-art professional instruments that are helping to do justice to flaws rapidly and instantly. With high resolution infrared detectors up to 640×480 pixels, FLIR thermal imaging cameras allow you to see the tiniest flaws invisible to the human eyes. Also a maximum of 3.2 megapixels visual camera produces brittle images. In conjunction with the highest thermal sensitivity of <30 mk thermal images reveal anomalies clearly across a wider area.


Filed under: Articles | Posted on July 23rd, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi

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