Thermal imaging, thermometers

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Temperature measurement...

...plays an important role in almost all areas of technology and everyday life, for example in medicine, meteorology and environmental technology, fire brigades, building services/heat insulation, chemistry, production and quality assurance, materials testing, gas leakage, science, research and development. Depending on the application, measurements are made by direct thermal contact (e.g. with temperature sensors or thermometers) or contactlessly using thermal radiation (thermography). Depending on the application, either a snapshot or a long-term record/time course is of interest. Thermal imaging cameras or infrared cameras work similar to conventional cameras, but they receive infrared radiation. Thus, thermal radiation that is not visible to the human eye is made visible by a thermal imaging camera and, for example, is vividly converted into a false-colour image. Here, the warmest part is usually shown in white via yellow and red to the coldest part in dark blue tones. In addition to the temperature range and temperature sensitivity, the detector resolution and image resolution are also important for thermal imaging cameras. In practical applications, a robust and ergonomic design also plays an important role. For some applications the interchangeability of the lens can be essential. Depending on the application, it may also be necessary to be able to transfer the captured data to a PC via an interface such as Wifi or Bluetooth. In this case, also note the data formats used and the software support of the device.