Technical note: 10 tips to get the most out of your optical gas imaging camera
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‘10 tips to get the most out of your optical gas imaging camera’
Optical gas imaging (OGI) cameras utilise spectral wavelength filtering and sterling cooler cold filtering technology to visualise the infrared absorption of VOCs/hydrocarbons, SF6, refrigerants, carbon monoxide and other gases whose spectral absorption matches the response of the camera. According to Flir Systems, to get the most out of your OGI equipment you should consider these 10 tips.
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