How Infrared Cameras Capture Beyond the Invisible

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Author: Geralyn Miller
Friday, May 31, 2019
Teledyne DALSA, Machine Vision OEM Components

Infrared cameras, also known as thermographic cameras, differ from cameras that capture images within the visible spectrum. In fact, infrared cameras can only capture images of objects that omit radiation in the infrared region, which can be well beyond our visible threshold of 650 nm. Both thermal and infrared imaging allow us to “see” heat. So what is the difference between thermal and infrared?

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