Application Note

High Speed Thermal Cameras – The Need For Speed

Source: FLIR Systems, Inc - Research & Science

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.

FLIR Systems, Inc - Research & Science