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Using thermal imaging in Research and Development

All around the world, Engineering and Scientific researchers are extensively using thermal imaging or infrared cameras. Thermal imaging cameras offer insight into significant information about an object’s thermal attributes. Manufacturing industries as well are using thermal imaging cameras to enhance their quality control during the earliest stages of product development. These instruments help to study [...]

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Use thermal imaging cameras and cover a wider target area

Thermal imaging cameras have indeed become the perfect instruments for professionals who know the benefits of utilizing and relying on infrared as a technique for finding out faults in the manufacturing industries. FLIR Infrared cameras possess up to 640×480 pixels detector which help them to trace multiple anomalies that are invisible to the human eye [...]

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A Thermal imaging camera is a professional’s tool for a proficient work

Some of FLIR’s thermal imaging cameras have a turnable control grip that allows you to use the camera in the most comfortable position. Other thermal imaging cameras also have a laser pointer. This helps you to associate the hot or cold spot in the infrared image with the real target you see in the field. [...]

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Thermal imaging cameras can even see the minutest anomalies

The newest designs of FLIR thermal imaging cameras come with a captivating super size 5.6″ foldable high-quality LCD screen. With that you can see the smallest details and temperature differences in thermal images of electrical faults, energy losses, mould assessments, roof leaks, under floor heating, insulation problems and many more. Find out more unlimited applications [...]

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Get flaws exposed more clearly with thermal imaging cameras

FLIR systems has continually upgraded the thermal sensitivity of its thermal imaging cameras to as far <30 mk. This ensures the finest image details in addition to vital information on temperature difference. The high resolution thermal imaging cameras allow you to automatically optimize and adjust the brightness and contrast to make way for easy analyses [...]

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Acquire very fine image quality even from a longer distance

The FLIR thermal imaging cameras have a high resolution pixel detector of up to 640×480 pixels. This allows the user to have more accuracy and shows more details even if the object remains at a longer distance. These cameras have also been provided with up to 3.2 megapixels visual camera to generate crisp visual images [...]

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Roof of newly built bungalow collapses

Shortly after the collapse of the roof of newly built bungalow in Newport, emergency services arrived with their various equipments in search of victims. . Collapsed roof at bungalow in Forton Road, Newport Source: shropshirestar.com .. Fire crew used their thermal imaging cameras to search through the debris for any trapped bodies. They found out [...]

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Appleton’s fire department utilizes thermal imagers in search of accident victims

Appleton’s fire department is now using high-tech technologies to find accident victims. The fire department used a thermal imaging detector to find an accident victim who was thrown from a car during its rollover. The firefighters admit that thermal imaging cameras are a great tool in any emergency situation. . Source:  nbc26.com .

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Ford builds quieter vehicles using thermal imaging

Ford engineers are using thermal imaging technology to eliminate annoying noises that come from the interior of vehicles during the design process. In a press release from Ford, it was mentioned that the thermal imaging camera is aimed at a vehicle whose cabin is being pumped full of heated air. In the thermal image, the [...]

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New release of fast thermal imaging cameras by FLIR for R&D Applications

Flir has again introduced new series of thermal imaging cameras for the benefit of the R&D applications. This time the cameras are faster and with a cooled detector. Source: infolink.com.au . With more sensitivity and higher frame rate, the FLIR A35x0sc/A65x0sc series provide better quality image than thermal imaging cameras with an uncooled detector. Also [...]

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