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A new thermal imaging technology with MSX for quick, finer and detailed results

Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX) is a new technological feature which has been introduced by FLIR systems into the world of thermal imaging cameras. With this new technology, FLIR intends to help its customers to find more anomalies within the shortest possible time, but this time around with finer, detailed and extraordinarily crusty images. The MSX is only patented by FLIR systems and is incorporated into the FLIR T440, FLIR T440bx, FLIR T640 and FLIR T640bx series.

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This innovative technology replaces the traditional thermal fusion where thermal images are inserted into visible light picture. FLIR MSX imprints digital camera pictures onto thermal images and videos.  With excellent quality images, there is no need to separate digital photos in order to obtain reports. This innovation offers you the opportunity to identify your target so easily without losing temperature data. The incomparable thermal clarity of images produced with this feature, brings to light just where hitches are hiding. Enhanced with visible spectrum definition, you can record very sharp and real-time thermal videos. Like never before, faster conclusions can now be drawn for more anomalies detected with detailed analysis. This is not just a technology, but a hands-on novelty that is here to ease you the inspector of the troubles of straining yourself during investigative inspections. The images below show the difference between a normal thermal image and that of the Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging.

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Industries and companies who are successfully using FLIR thermal imaging cameras have also embraced this new technological feature with more anticipated prospects. In spite of several arguments and skeptic remarks from potential customers, an electrical systems specialist company was burnt on introducing thermal imaging into their inspections knowing the benefits that will be derived. After a thorough training with FLIR systems, the company began examining individual electrical cabinets in banks, schools, hospitals and other public buildings. They were amazed with the positive results they obtained. Upon a recent purchase of the FLIR T440 which came with the new unique Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging feature, the company has gain more confidence in their industrial inspections. The new feature has helped them to identify many flaws in electrical systems more clearly and speedily than before. The MSX incorporated in this FLIR thermal imaging camera has also helped them to improve upon their quality control. The company uses thermal imaging to inspect and monitor their own electrical switchboards and cabinets as they document it for the customers.

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FLIR systems have produced ground-breaking thermal imaging cameras with numerous astonishing features and functions. These modern inventions are the reason for their being the world leader and manufacture of thermal imaging cameras. FLIR thermal imaging cameras are used all over the world for a wide variety of applications including, building inspection, industrial maintenance, research & development, automotive, security, and night-vision just to mention a few. Apart from their accuracy and quickness in providing results, these FLIR instruments have also helped inspection professionals, predictive maintenance managers and the like to establish a good rapport with customers. This has been as a result of improvement in quality of service.

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For more inquiries on thermal imaging cameras, their features and applications, do contact us. Get informative support from our experienced team of thermal imaging experts.

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Filed under: Articles | Posted on July 2nd, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi

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