What is long wave infrared?

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LWIR (Long Wave Infrared Cameras) are the most common type of FLIR (Forward Looking Infrared) thermal infrared surveillance cameras as (LWIR) band from 7 to 14 microns (7,000nm–14,000nm) in wavelength is where terrestrial temperature targets emit most of their infrared energy and unlike cooled thermal cameras require ...

Long-wave or LWIR infrared is a subset of the infrared band of the electromagnetic spectrum, covering the wavelengths ranging from 8µm to 14µm (8,000 to 14,000nm). This is the radiant heat that uncooled thermal imaging cameras see.

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