Infrared thermal imaging can provide a comprehensive temperature monitoring solution for the new energy industry, enabling early warning and ensuring production safety, accelerating the growth of emerging sectors such as lithium power, PV power, wind power and energy storage.

During storage, lithium batteries are exposed to thermal runaways due to collision or compression, causing fire, explosion or other safety issues. Infrared thermal imaging enables full-scenario coverage of temperature monitoring and fire/smoke detection in real time, which can trigger alarms in a timely manner and collaborate with audio/visual alarm devices and remote monitoring terminals to ensure safe production.

Using infrared thermal imaging technology to detect defects in semiconductor silicon wafers It can penetrate silicon-based photovoltaic cell surface materials to quickly and accurately detect silicon wafer defects, such as cracks, false printing, broken gates, leakage and uneven diffusion, to improve production line efficiency and ensure finished product performance.

Failures of wind power generator units often start as abnormal temperature rises. Infrared thermal imaging can visualize the operating status of the units, efficiently reveal thermal defects of the equipment, trigger over-temperature alarms in real time and precisely locate faults, hence to ensure the safe operation of equipment, improve inspection efficiency and reduce labor workload.

Thermal runaway prevention is crucial to the safety of energy storage systems. Infrared thermal imaging enables operators to detect temperature variations in batteries and the entire energy storage station before the incident by accurately signaling temperature exceptions. It can be used in coordination with the cooling and fire protection systems to prevent fires, providing a critical step for ensuring the safety of energy storage systems.