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Online infrared thermal imagers have various applications in the field of rail transportation. Their main function is to detect the temperature distribution of objects through infrared radiation, thereby identifying problems and monitoring system status. The following are the applications of online infrared thermal imagers in rail transportation:

Fault diagnosis and preventive maintenance

In trains, subways, or tram systems, infrared thermal imagers can be used to monitor the temperature of components such as tracks, cables, motors, and braking systems. Abnormal temperature distribution may indicate potential faults or issues, allowing for early maintenance and preventive measures to prevent system failures.

Safety monitoring

By monitoring the heat distribution on vehicles or tracks, infrared thermal imagers can identify abnormal hotspots or potential safety hazards, such as overheated components or potential fire risks on the tracks.

Passenger flow monitoring

Using infrared thermal imagers on platforms or trains allows for passenger flow monitoring, helping operators better understand passenger distribution, peak periods, and congestion, thereby optimizing train scheduling and station management.

Temperature measurement and environmental monitoring

Infrared thermal imagers can be used to monitor temperature changes in the environment surrounding stations, tracks, or vehicles, helping assess environmental conditions, adjust air conditioning systems, or detect issues that may affect passenger comfort.

Thermal efficiency optimization

In the operation of trains or subway vehicles, infrared thermal imagers can be used to check the temperature of motors, braking systems, or other components, helping optimize energy utilization and thermal efficiency, reducing energy consumption.

Infrared thermal imagers have a wide range of applications in rail transportation, improving operational efficiency, ensuring safety, and assisting in preventive maintenance, thereby reducing the risk of failures and enhancing overall reliability of the transportation system.