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Thermal imaging uses infrared technology to detect and show temperature differences of a material. Thermal, or infrared, energy is “light” that is not visible to human eyes. It is the part of the electromagnetic spectrum that we perceive as heat. Infrared camera gives us the ability to "see" and measure temperatures on defective components and the normal wear, chemical contamination, corrosion, fatigue and faulty assembly in many electrical systems.

Electrical connections become loose, there is a resistance to current that can cause an increase in temperature. Increasing in temperature can cause components to fail, potentially resulting in unplanned outages and injuries. If left unchecked, heat can rise to a point that connections melt and break the circuit; as a result, fires may occur. Infrared camera can quickly locate hot spots, determine the severity of the problem, and help establish the time frame in which the equipment should be repaired.        

Easy  

Infrared camera for electrical inspection is often a comparative process, so users do not need specific temperature measurements. Instead, they should look for spots which are hotter than similar equipment under the same load condition.

 

Safe   

Infrared camera is a non-contact diagnostic method, it can quickly scan  particular piece of equipment from a safe distance, protect uses from the hazardous area.  


     
High Efficiency 

Infrared camera could perform electrical infrared inspections while they are under load. It can quickly locate hot spots, determine the severity of the problem, and help establish the time frame in which the equipment should be repaired.

 
Cost Effective 

Infrared camera can help set maintenance priorities, prevent unplanned stoppages, lower insurance premiums, reduce loss, reduce liability, evaluate repairs, and maintain high performance.