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Attention To Using Infrared Thermal Imager
- Nov 30, 2018 -

We should meet certain working conditions when using the thermograph. If the working conditions do not match, it is easy to accelerate the damage of the thermograph. The thermal imager is very demanding for the working environment. The following is a description of the specific working environment requirements of the thermal imager.
1, measurement distance should be appropriate
The biggest advantage of the infrared thermal imager over the traditional thermal imager is that it can be tested remotely. Operators can obtain image information of the target object through remote operations. However, the measurement distance of this instrument also has a certain limit. If the maximum measurement distance is exceeded, the instrument can not successfully return the captured image to the host. So each time we use the instrument to observe the object, we must first investigate the maximum range of the object's activity, and then adjust the parameters of the instrument's test distance.
2, the temperature range should be suitable
The infrared thermal imager measures the temperature of the object and then forms different infrared imaging images according to the temperature of the object. We applied this technique to the search and rescue scene, saving many lives. This instrument can measure various temperatures, but the temperature measurement temperature still has a certain range. Too high a temperature will cause damage to the surface of the instrument, and too low a temperature will make the instrument unable to perceive the existence of objects. The operator must make a careful study of the working temperature environment before using the instrument to work. We want to ensure that the temperature on the site does not cause damage to the instrument, and the instrument can also work properly.
3, prevent direct sun
Infrared thermal imagers are more difficult to measure when performing infrared measurements of objects in winter. Because the temperature of most objects in winter is almost the same as the ambient temperature, we are very vulnerable to the environment when we measure the temperature of objects. The difference between the temperature of the object and the environment, coupled with the increase in the temperature of the sun's direct radiation to the object, adds difficulty to the work of the thermal imager. We can try our best to carry out winter measurements at night. If it is necessary to measure objects during the day, it is necessary to avoid the effects of direct sunlight.