Application Note

High Speed Thermal Cameras – The Need For Speed

High Speed Thermal Cameras – The Need For Speed

The traditional method of measuring heat with thermocouples or spot parameters doesn’t always provide the complete picture of a device’s thermal properties. However, infrared cameras are able to capture thousands of high-speed, highly accurate thermal measurements, and generate compelling data for important research. The two types of thermal cameras include the cooled photon-counting cameras, and the uncooled microbolometer-based cameras. Download this application note for more on the different features and uses of these cameras, as well as real life examples of their fast and reliable measurement capabilities.

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