Infrared Thermography, thermal imaging, and thermal video, are examples of infrared imaging science.
Infrared region appears between 0.8microns to 1000 microns wavelength and this spectrum is more than that of the visible spectrum. By detecting anomalies often not visible to the naked eyes, thermography allows corrective action well before costly system failure occurs.
Thermal imaging cameras detect radiation in the infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum (roughly 900–14,000 nanometers or 0.9–14 µm) and produce images of that radiation, called thermograms.
All machinery produces heat, whether we are looking at an electric motor, combustion engine, a gearbox, or a conveyor. Using infrared cameras, we can see the friction that is produced in a mechanical system. In the case of electric motors we can identify bearing problems quickly and easily as the bearings generate more heat as they become pitted, or when they are under-lubricated and sometimes over-lubricated.
Advantages of Thermography:
Ability to perform inspections by keeping user out of danger when scanning electrical systems is under load
Minimizes unscheduled downtime by detecting the faults well before failure
Prolongs machinery life and saves energy
Monitors tank and vessel levels from far distance
Ability to watch remote locations effectively
As the working Temperature is 58.0°C and the rise is above 20.0°C. Therefore, we recommend checking of blue wire strand and wire for a bad connection.