Temperature non-uniformity often signals a fault or a critical place, thus this is frequently a huge advantage to preventing breakdowns in machinery.
A thermal camera enables us to detect infrared radiations that are impossible to collect with the human eye.
These are just a few of the numerous applications for this instrument, which also has many more. Industrial maintenance, electrical panel monitoring, construction analysis, and the design and fabrication of electronic circuits are other examples.
By combining machine sensor data that detects vibration and other characteristics (in real-time) with cutting-edge machine monitoring software, condition monitoring (CM), a maintenance strategy, predicts the health and safety of the machine.
In comparison to conventional machine condition monitoring techniques, thermal imaging offers a number of benefits.
Mechanical and electrical systems that become too hot for a number of causes are typical failure modes. For condition monitoring and process control purposes, thermal imaging cameras are utilised all over the world.
High- and low-voltage installations, turbines, compressors, and other electrical and mechanical equipment are examples of the types of equipment that thermal cameras are typically used to monitor.
The Global Condition Monitoring Thermal Camera market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Launch of a Compact Thermal Camera by Teledyne FLIR for Hot Working Zones
The FLIR Cx5 is a new pocket-sized, portable thermal camera from Teledyne FLIR that is intended for use in hazardous situations to monitor conditions.
Users of this camera are able to safely monitor mechanical or electrical assets in hot working zones thanks to the FLIR Cx5’s tough ATEX-compliant casing.
It is necessary to safeguard against ignition sources in potentially explosive situations, such as chemical or oil refineries.
Because of this, ATEX regulations must be followed when using electronic equipment in these hot work conditions.
Product laws or laws of a similar nature (e.g. UKEX and IECEx). Users may work with confidence while also maintaining safety thanks to the 160 x 120 pixel FLIR Cx5’s mount in a tough container.
According to a senior director of product management at Teledyne FLIR, “in dangerous circumstances, it’s vital for surveyors to be able to spot problems quickly so they can react accordingly.
The FLIR Cx5 is not only easy to use and compact, but it is also explosion-proof. The ability to always have a camera on hand, locate hidden problems fast, and cut down on diagnostic time allows maintenance personnel to do just that.
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