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Simple to handle with surety of accuracy

This one-handed operation instrument is incomparable for a rapid inspection and trouble-free menu access and feature selection. Flir i7 offers you wider field of view with an accuracy of 2%. It also measures temperatures up to +250°C and detects temperature differences as small as 0.10°C. .

Filed under: Product News and Promotions | Posted on July 25th, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi | No Comments »

An inspection device that produces thermal images of anomalies

Flir i7 measures 19,200 temperature points and displays it in the form of digital images on a 2.8″ LCD monitor. This ground breaking gadget which can be used for building diagnostics can produce crisp images in real time in addition to thermal information of the target area. Discover other functions of this incredible device. .

Filed under: Product News and Promotions | Posted on July 25th, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi | No Comments »

Thermal imaging camera used to rescue kitten

A kitten got missing 45 minutes after its guardian had brought it home and left it to explore the environment. It fell into an open vent and ended up in the ducts of the Panorama Hills home where he was brought. Fire fighters eagerly searched every pipe in the home. The kitten was then found [...]

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Missing old woman found using thermal imaging cameras

On Tuesday night, an elderly woman who got missing was found safe in a wooded area on the city’s eastern edge after a three-hour search. The Rochester Fire Department including some emergency responders searched thoroughly the wooded area which was near 4551 College View Road S.E. They used rescue equipment which included thermal imaging cameras. [...]

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FLIR wins thermal imaging competition

New to thermal imaging cameras, Ikaros Solar sought to experiment on how thermal imaging could help in their solar panel inspections. FLIR came out as the best after a demonstration among the five biggest suppliers of thermal imaging cameras. FLIR T335 was the camera of choice. This camera has an uncooled microbolometer detector. With a [...]

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FLIR thermal imaging cameras top it all in predictive maintenance

The efficiency of FLIR thermal imaging cameras is evident in the industrial predictive maintenance applications. Many industrial companies are using FLIR thermal imaging cameras to reduce the risk of disrupting production processes. These technological devices have also led companies to avoid unnecessary cost and breakdowns. One of the largest consultancy agencies admitted their reason for [...]

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R&D and industrial thermal imaging applications get newly upgraded with FLIR series

The FLIR A3500sc/A6500sc cameras introduced by FLIR systems are exclusively designed for R&D and industrial applications. These include type/brake testing, welding/soldering processes, glass measurement and fast moving process control. The cameras consist of a cooled 3-5 micron MW-IR detector meant for R&D applications since this field often requires more sensitivity, better image quality and a [...]

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Thermal imaging robots to aid in firefighting

Engineers in the Coordinated Robotics Lab at the University of Calofornia, San Diego have developed new techniques to help improve methods used in fire fighting. They have created small mobile robots that will take thermal data with an in-built infrared camera. This data will then be mapped onto a 3D scene constructed from images taken [...]

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Thermal imaging reveals Pavlof Volcano heating up

The Alaska Volcano Observatory again earlier this week raised the alert level for the Pavlof Volcano to orange. This is due to an increasing chance that the Aleutian Chain volcano will erupt. An evidence of this was collected on May 13 when thermal imaging was used to reveal that the volcano was heating up. Satellite [...]

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FLIR expands scope of application for thermal imaging cameras

FLIR is still expanding the scope of applications for its thermal imaging cameras. With the introduction of the A-Series which is celebrated in a newly published e-book, FLIR’s thermal imaging technology can now work in the most hostile environments. These improvements allow the cameras to work round-the-clock without additional lighting. They can even work where [...]

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