infrared problem

infrared problem

[¦in·frə¦red ′präb·ləm]
(quantum mechanics)
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The major benefit of this combination is that the user can very quickly pinpoint and identify the exact infrared problem area within a clear visible picture--especially useful, for example, when faced with a bank of electrical connections in a cabinet.
The company is known for developing an advanced method of analysing infrared problems by utilising a load-based temperature methodology based on IEEE and ANSI standards.

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