Infrared cameras are powerful and extremely cost-effective, easy-to-use troubleshooting tools for building, electrical, and mechanical applications.
Clearly reveal problems from sources of energy loss, moisture intrusion and structural issues to overheating electrical and mechanical equipment.
The following thermal imaging cameras use the latest innovative components to meet your needs and help to ensure you do your best work.
How Do Thermal Cameras Work?
The common standard today for thermal camera is showing warmer, objects with a yellow-orange hue that gets brighter as the object gets hotter. Colder objects are displayed with a blue or purple color.
Infrared energy has a wavelength starting at approximately 700 nanometers and extends to approximately 1mm. Wavelengths shorter than this begin to be visible by the naked eye. Thermal imaging cameras use this infrared energy to create thermal images. The lens of the camera focuses the infrared energy onto a set of detectors that then create a detailed pattern called thermogram. The thermogram is then converted to electrical signals to create a thermal image that we can see and interpret.
So here is my list of The 7 Best Thermal Imaging Cameras.
A-BF Body Infrared Thermal Imager Camera Laser Digital Thermometer Gun Human Temperature Thermal Imaging Camera Live Display TV1,095.00 USD – 1,795.00 USD
A-BF RX-500 Infrared Thermal Imager Thermometer Portable Digital Display Thermal Camera High Resolution Infrared Image HT-18 HotProduct on sale695.00 USD – 995.00 USD
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