Welcome back! This is Part 5 of a 10 part series on the "10 Things You Need to Know About Infrared Inspection Windows. Knowing the field of view for an IR window is an essential part of selecting the appropriate size window for your intended inspection point as choosing an oversized window could make the project more costly than is necessary. Martin Robinson, CEO of IRISS explains how to calculate FOV and other important factors in Part 5 of this webinar series.
To review, Part 1 gave you a detailed outline on exactly “What is an Infrared Inspection Window?” and what is the purpose of IR Inspection Windows. If you missed it, click the picture below to catch up.
Part 2 gave you an in-depth look at the material used in IR Windows. You can now answer the question, “What material is used in IR Inspection Windows?” You also learned that there are materials that are used that are not safe for certain environments. If you missed this vital webinar, click below to bring yourself up to speed on this series.
Part 3 showed how emissivity is essential to getting true readings during IR inspections and that if a target is a poor emitter then it will actually reflect temperatures from other components close to the target object of the scan. If you missed this essential information, click below to view the webinar.
Part 4 showed how knowing the transmittance rate of an IR window before you perform as scan is essential. If you were to perform a scan with incorrect transmittance information than any figures gathered from the scan would be null and void, also when it comes to crystal windows transmittance may not be the stated rate. If you missed this important lesson, click below to view the webinar.
Watch Part 5 of "10 Things You Need To Know" Below
After watching this informative webinar, you can answer the question, "How do I calculate the field of view for my IR window?" You will also know about minimum focus distances and how poor focus leads to corrupt readings.
Keep your eye open for Part 6 of this Webinar series on the "10 Things You Need to Know About Infrared Inspection Windows."