IR cameras match machine-vision needs

Hardin, R. Winn
May 2004
Vision Systems Design;May2004, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p55
Discusses the use of infrared (IR) cameras for machine-vision applications. Advantages and disadvantages of IR cameras; Function of nonuniformity correction algorithm in measuring temperature using an IR camera; Information on short-wavelength-IR and near-IR cameras; Efforts of camera manufacturers to respond to the increasing demand for thermal-imaging process-control systems. INSET: DETECTOR OPTIONS.


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