Infrared thermography is a technology used to detect and visualize infrared energy radiating from an object using infrared thermographic cameras.
Thermal Imaging is commonly used for security, surveillance, and many more applications where temperature differentials are viewed as a hot to cold image.
Thermography adds full temperature measurement to the thermal image and gives absolute temperature readings down to 0.1°C. The calibrated readings from a thermography camera allow users to use temperature as a method of defining the equipment condition as healthy or not.
The infrared thermographic cameras are widely used for Predictive Preventive Maintenance (PPM) applications, energy audits and inspections.