Thermal Imaging: Remote Temperature Monitoring
Axis temperature alarm cameras make it possible to monitor the temperature of an object or an industrial process so that it does not rise above or fall below a certain temperature limit, in order to prevent damage, failure, fire or other hazards.
Unlike ordinary temperature sensors that only measure at one specific point, Axis temperature alarm cameras can be used for remotely monitored surveillance, giving visually conformation of events at the monitored scene. They can be used in a wide range of application areas, wherever there is a need for monitoring critical infrastructure equipment regardless of weather and light conditions. This white paper outlines how Axis temperature alarm cameras based on thermal imaging are used for remote temperature monitoring of a specific area.
- Thermal imaging: Thermal radiation wavelengths, radiometry, color palettes
- Axis temperature alarm cameras
- Application areas
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