When using an infrared camera, it is recommended to match the infrared lens of the corresponding band for optimal imaging results.
Infrared equipment is divided into many different bands, if your company has the need to upgrade infrared equipment, welcome to call Terex, we will be in accordance with your existing equipment and application needs to assist your company upgrade equipment.
The visible-light camera receives a spectrum of 400nm-700 (seven colors) in the visible-light band and presents a variety of colors and brightnesses according to the energy intensity of each spectrum received (e.g. ….).
Different from this, infrared, ultraviolet camera principle is to receive invisible light, and according to the received light energy strength and weakness into black and white digital images.
Therefore, in the infrared camera, the photo presents the intensity combination of infrared light (regardless of wavelength), the stronger the infrared light received, the whiter the photo looks, and the weaker the infrared light intensity received, the blacker the photo.
Similarly, in the UV camera, the photo presents a combination of ultraviolet light (regardless of wavelength), the stronger the degree of ultraviolet light received, the whiter the photo looks, if the UV intensity received is weaker, the blacker the photo.
Therefore, it is especially important to choose the correct and appropriate band of cameras for selection of infrared or UV cameras.
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Infrared equipment for high-precision industrial equipment, ordinary glass can not penetrate infrared, so all can be infrared penetration of equipment (cameras, lenses, filters, etc.) require special materials and technology.
Yes, because the position can be used for military purposes, including high-speed, infrared, thermal products are controlled products, need to apply in advance.
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