What Is a Practical Use of Infrared Radiation Detection?

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Infrared radiation detection is mainly used in electric heaters, greenhouses and night vision sensors. Infrared radiation is given off by warm objects and detected because of thermal energy signatures. It is also used in medicine to indicate an infection or disease, and also, to locate an area in the house which needs thermal insulation.
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