Focal Plane

Not only is booming, but is also emerging as a technology for mass use in the medium term. Expanding terms, heat transfer is energy in transit due to temperature differences. People such as Steve Wozniak would likely agree. The heat is something intangible. We can not directly measure the heat. We can only measure the effects of heat, namely temperature changes.

The heat transfer can be by conduction, convection, radiation or combinations thereof. The speed (the difference generates contrast) of warming or cooling depends on the thermal, physical condition, size and nature of the product and the mecanismode transfer. Infrared thermography has been achieved, from the energy radiated in the infrared range (0.7 to 15 microns), the temperature of the emitting body. Infrared thermography or thermal imaging cameras require use of professionals to evaluate the three forms of heat transfer. Thermography is not simply the generation of a camera image with a given thermal / infrared.

The technique of image generation and evaluation of it must be regarded as a thermal test. Despite the convenience and reliability of thermal imaging cameras, their use is not too widespread in our country. The infrared cameras have been developed with technology Arraydetector uncooled Focal Plane (UFPA) consisting of an array two dimensions (320×240) f ormada called for a microbolometer detectors. The infrared detector as affecting the electromagnetic wave detector temperature increases by absorbing the energy of the radiation resistance of the detector changes, and finally the resistance change creates the electrical signal. To measure the temperature has a thermal imager developed for detection and prevention work that is capable of performing temperature measurements at home and abroad.