What is the cold temperature limit for infrared thermography?

By Bob Berry

This depends on the capability of the thermographic camera used.

Standard uncooled cameras fitted with a microbolometer detector allow non-contact temperature measurement as low as -40°C. Below this temperature, they are still emitting in the infrared region, however due to Planck’s Law the infrared intensity emitted by objects is …read more

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