The thermal camera can convert the temperature distribution image of the target object into a video image by detecting the infrared radiation of the object.
A thermal camera is a non-contact temperature measurement device. Since its development to the present, thermal cameras have been widely used by people.
Infrared thermal imaging technology has applications in both military and civilian applications. It originally originated in military use and gradually turned into civilian use.
The thermal camera has incomparable advantages and characteristics of other products of the same type. The infrared thermal camera has excellent performance and remarkable effect.
The thermal camera will be subject to certain wear and tear during use, and these problems will cause the performance of the thermal camera to decrease.
The so-called civil field refers to several fields such as electric power, construction, medicine, and petrochemical. Internationally, thermal cameras are widely used in these fields.
Thermal cameras have high military application value and civilian value. In the military, thermal cameras can be used in military night vision reconnaissance, weapon sights, night vision guidance, infrared search and tracking, satellite remote sensing, and other fields.