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    Default Looking through an IR Port

    Just thought I would show the gang what it looks like to inspect high voltage connections through an IR window. I do this a lot these days.

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    Default Re: Looking through an IR Port

    Quote Originally Posted by Art Tompkins View Post
    Just thought I would show the gang what it looks like to inspect high voltage connections through an IR window. I do this a lot these days.
    How can the spot temperature be 60 degrees and the reflective temperature be over 80? Please explain all the temperatures we see in the image so people have more of an understanding of how this stuff works. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Looking through an IR Port

    is 60+ F quite normal?


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    Default Re: Looking through an IR Port

    What are you calling "High" voltage and does that image tell you anything ?


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