The device for measuring the temperature separation of a polarizing infrared camera consists of an optical background emitter, selected from a set of test objects, a polarizing infrared camera under study, consisting of a lens and a radiation receiver, arranged in series on a bench. In this case, the test object is installed with the ability to rotate around two mutually perpendicular axes relative to the optical axis of the polarizing imager in the range from 0° to 80°, which allows you to more accurately determine the temperature separation and the degree of polarization of the imager.

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