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Guide to selecting an IR camera for R&D

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Drawing upon more than 50 years' experience of designing and supplying thermal imaging cameras for research and development applications, Flir Advanced Thermal Solutions has developed an informative guide entitled 'Seven things to know when selecting an IR camera for research and development'.

Researchers throughout the world are looking for new methods to help them solve their scientific questions. Infrared thermography has proven to be an invaluable tool to solve a wide variety of scientific problems based on heat and temperature measurement.

Because of its non-intrusive analysis capacity, thermography systems have become indispensable instruments for a wide variety of R&D applications. In R&D, thermal imaging cameras are typically used for capturing thermal distribution and recording temporal variations in real time, allowing engineers to see and accurately measure heat production or dissipation process, leakage and other temperature factors in equipment, products and processes.