Thermal imaging of static and dynamic objectives. These can be either structures (residential buildings, warehouses, dams, chimneys) or electrical systems (electrical cabinets, panels, discrete parts). Recording is contactless so systems can be analyzed while they are powered.
Preliminary analysis of the thermograms during recording.
Based on the generated buletins, the beneficiary can compare the observed temperatures with the manufacturer specifications for possible intervention or replacement of the subassembly in question.
Thermal imaging of static and dynamic objectives.
Complex measurements of temperature, relative humidity, speed and air flow
Monitoring and control systems can be created with the use of high precision sensors that become part of complex computing systems.Depending on requirements these systems can be designed to:
The procedure consists in the inspection of industrial objectives and recording their thermal image. This data is aquired periodically, it's analysed and used to build trends.
The user is able to predict the temperature value at a given time or predict the time for a given temperature.
The regression graph can be compared to manufacturer specifications for possible interventions on the subassembly in question.
This method increases the equipment availability. Early fault detection facilitates maintenance planning, repairs and speeds up spare parts ordering.