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Thermographic cameras produce images of invisible infrared or thermal energy and provide non-contact temperature measurements.
The cameras are commonly used to measure the heat loss in buildings, to improve efficiencies in cooling and heating systems, and to locate overheating joints or parts in power lines and electrical circuits.
The heat detected by a thermographic camera is very precisely quantified and measured, which enables the monitoring of thermal performance and the evaluation of the severity of problems.
They are also used by firefighters to see through smoke and identify the base of a fire.
Owing to their flexibility and their ability to locate faults quickly or even before they occur, thermographic cameras offer a valuable, cost-effective inspection technology.