LED lamps intensively replace incandescent lamps, and in addition to achieving good optical properties, it is important to ensure their efficient cooling. In this paper, the infrared thermographic analysis of two different LED lamps on a ceramic layer with thicknesses from 0.25 mm to 5 mm is considered. An experimental track has been developed that enables the power supply of LED lights by limiting current and voltage, while simultaneously monitoring electrical power consumption and temperature measurement using a high-speed infrared camera. As part of the measurements, the heating of ceramic layers of different thicknesses, the influence of LED light orientation, the dynamic heating response and the time required to achieve a steady-state temperature at different electrical powers were analyzed. Temperature profiles and two-dimensional temperature fields are also shown. The measurement results show that the developed measurement procedure enables the evaluation of the heating of LED lights and the determination of the maximum allowable electrical power in order to meet the temperature limits.