What are the advantages of remote measuring with a thermal imaging camera?
One of the advantages of a thermal imaging camera is that measurements can be made from a distance without making any contact. This saves a considerable amount of time, as a large surface or a whole object can be monitored at the same time. With a normal thermometer, measurements can only be made at a specific point.
Rotating components or live installations can also be monitored from a distance. This significantly reduces the risk of injury or risk to the health of the person carrying out the monitoring task. In technical installations, unwanted increases in temperature can be identified. By quickly and easily diagnosing the cause of the problem, reaction times can be reduced, meaning that further costly damages can be avoided. In addition, thermal imaging cameras also work in the dark and display objects with different surface temperatures.