The Device for Low-Cost Measurement of 2D Thermal Distribution

Jiri Minar, Kamil Riha


The article describes a specialized device for measurement of thermal distribution of two dimensional surfaces for some applications in medical industry, and mechanical or civil engineering. The device is a substitution of expensive device for this kind of measurement is thermal camera which can be expensive for some application or should have the limitation of non-possibility to read temperature behind a barrier (wall, bandage).

The main goal of this work was to design a device for measurement of thermal distribution on 2D surface for low-cost measuring processes with slow change of temperature and for processes, which do not require high resolution of collected data. The next advantage of presented device is a possibility of temperature measurement behind the barrier.

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