Accurate Temperature Outdoor Cameras
When used correctly, thermal imaging systems generally have been shown to accurately measure someone’s surface skin temperature without being physically close to the person being evaluated. Thermal imaging systems have not been shown to be accurate when used to take the temperature of multiple people at the same time.
Accurate Temperature Outdoor Cameras infrared camera is a non-contact temperature measurement device. Infrared cameras detect the infrared energy emitted, transmitted or reflected by all materials – at temperatures above absolute zero, (0°Kelvin)– and converts the energy factor into a temperature reading or thermogram. A thermogram is the thermal image displayed by the camera of the object which is emitting, transmitting or reflecting the infrared energy.