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Types of Thermal Temperature Camera

Thermal temperature cameras can measure the temperature of the objects in the field of view while performing thermal imaging. Every pixel works like a thermometer to receive the infrared radiation and measure the target temperature. More pixels the better the thermal images quality, and the more accurate the temperature measurement. InfiRay® thermal temperature cameras have various resolutions, from 160×120, 384×288, to 1280×1024. It can cover all the needs of household and industrial temperature measurement and fever screening, providing ultra-clear thermal images with rich details and accurate measurement data and analysis.

Advantages of Thermal Temperature Camera

  • Clear Images of Overall Situation

InfiRay® thermal temperature cameras visualize the temperature of the detected targets and the environment clearly. The overall situation is under control without loss of details and parts hidden in the darkness.

  • AI-Temp Accurate Temperature and Intelligent Analysis

No matter for industrial use or fever screening, InfiRay® thermal temperature cameras provide accurate temperature measurement. The output data can be analyzed in intelligent software online or offline.

  • Troubles Nowhere to Hide

Clear thermal imaging and accurate measurement make troubleshooting and fever screening easy and efficiently. InfiRay® thermal temperature cameras can help you find electrical failure, overload, and people having fever quickly and precisely.

How Thermal Camera Measure Temperature?

The thermal temperature camera often contains 3 parts. Part 1 is an optical system to capture infrared radiation and energy and focus them onto Part 2. Part 2 is a thermal module which includes infrared detector and integrated circuits. The infrared detector can convert infrared into electric signals, and the integrated circuits behind it give every signal a certain value according to the temperature to output a thermal image to Part 3. Part 3 is a display to show the thermal image to human eye. The whole process is to translate infrared radiation that is invisible to human eye into visible light. It is called thermography, as known as thermal imaging.


Thermometer gives you a single number—the temperature measurement of a single spot on your target. Thermal camera measures the temperature of each pixel in the FOV and form a thermal image according to the temperature data. Thermometer is actually a thermal camera with only one pixel. Thermometer cannot detect the temperature of an overall situation, because the measurement of a single point can miss critical information. Thermal camera can not only produce overall temperature measurement and monitoring but also can analyse the temperature data comprehensively.


Contact InfiRay for more information about our thermal imaging products.