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Infrared Electrical Thermography

Revealing the Unseen: Infrared Insights for Precision and Safety

About Electrical Thermography

​For electrical systems operating at 400 amperes or greater, an infrared thermography inspection with a written report for electrical equipment is mandated for most cities and Miami-Dade County. The infrared inspection of electrical equipment shall be performed by a Level-II or higher certified infrared thermographer who is qualified and trained to recognize and document thermal anomalies in electrical systems, and possesses over 5 years of experience inspecting electrical systems associated with commercial buildings. Furthermore, many Cities are enforcing the thermographer to hold a license as a Professional Engineer, Electrical Contractor, or Electrical Building Inspector.

Infrared thermography inspection is a nondestructive testing method characterized by the measurement of emitted heat or thermal energy in electrical components, wiring systems and devices. This process requires the use of a thermal imaging device or an infrared camera that transforms the otherwise invisible infrared spectrum into a visible representation, namely a thermal image. The interpretation of this thermal image offers a non-intrusive, contact free, non-damaging approach to identifying flaws and imperfections within structures. Beyond issue detection, infrared inspections hold significance in certifying structural and electrical integrity to verify the successful resolution of previously identified concerns.

Common Electrical Equipment Inspected

Junction Boxes

An enclosure that is commonly used in electrical wiring installations. It serves as a protective container for electrical connections

Exhaust Fans

A mechanical ventilation device designed to expel stale air, odors, moisture, or pollutants from an enclosed space


Cable trays, conduits, or channels used to manage and protect electrical wiring and components

Meter Centers

An electrical enclosure that houses utility meters used for measuring electricity consumption


A device that is used to control the starting, stopping, and protection of electric motors.


Electronic devices used to control the speed, torque, and energy consumption of electric motors.

Automatic/Manual Transfer Switches

This component facilitates the seamless transition between the main power supply and an alternative power source when the main supply fails


An electrical device that is used to transfer electrical energy between two or more circuits through electromagnetic induction.

Control Panels

A physical enclosure that houses electrical components, devices, and controls used to manage and operate various electrical systems and machinery.


Electronic components or devices that are used to control the timing of various electrical processes


An electrical distribution system used to transmit large amounts of electrical power between various points in a building, facility, or industrial setting.


Electrical devices used to safely disconnect electrical circuits or equipment from their power source.

Our Inspection Services

We provide Thermal Imaging Inspections starting at $800. The price of the thermography inspection depends mainly on the number of electrical equipment/devices to be inspected. Panoramic pictures of electrical rooms or location where electrical equipment is located might be needed to provide a quote for the service.

We also provide a complete report that is ACCEPTED BY ALL CITIES. Our inspections are performed by Certified Thermographers Level II, holding Professional Electrical Engineers licenses.

Call us today (305) 781-6820 or send us an email at for a free quote. We appreciate your business.

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