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Take real-time pictures and be amazed at the faults you will find

With Flir thermal imaging cameras, you can easily create instant reports directly in them. These reports can be copied to USB. Flir IR cameras are also used for capturing and recording thermal distribution and variation in temperatures in real-time. This allows engineers to see and accurately measure heat patterns, dissipation, leakage and other temperature factors [...]

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Flir i7 thermal imaging camera is a dependable working instrument

Flir i7 has a rugged and compact design. This feature makes the device tough enough to withstand a two meter drop and watersplash as it comes with an IP43 rate. FLIR tools software is included with the camera to aid you in analyzing and reporting the collected data. Apart from its ability to discover unseen [...]

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Flir i7 thermal imaging camera gives surety of accurate performance

This thermal imager has a 0.1° thermal sensitivity and 2% or 2° accuracy. It also has a wider 29 degree infrared field-of-view. These features are an assurance of fast and accurate performance. Flir i7 Thermal imaging camera is a valuable and versatile tool that also saves you time and money.

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Perform a non-contact and safe inspection with Flir i7

Flir i7 features an upgraded high definition infrared detector with 140×140 pixels. This updated FLIR instrument measures 19,200 temperature points at the same time. It is a reliable instrument because it can scan and visualize the changes in temperatures on the surfaces of machinery and electrical equipment quickly and accurately. Read more about the Flir [...]

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Hypersonic Aerodynamic Designs enhanced with Flir Thermal Imaging Technology

The University of Manchester in the United Kingdom has combined their hypersonic wind tunnel with a thermal imaging camera to test components and their capability to withstand airflows at very high velocities. This test was intended for the purpose of space exploration and aircraft technologies. . Hypersonic Flight enhanced with thermal imaging technology Image source: [...]

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Boston marathon bombing suspect tracked down using thermal imaging

The second suspect of the Boston Marathon bombing, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was captured in a thermal imaging camera that was mounted on a police helicopter. Bombing suspect captured hiding in a boat with a thermal imaging camera Source: Dailymail . The infrared camera picked up the suspect’s heat signature which provided the police with key [...]

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Flir thermal imaging camera employed by students in solar car development

A group of 16 students from two universities planned to apply the techniques of thermal imaging in the development of a solar car for participating in the World Solar Challenge in Australia. This test was intended to confirm that specifications set in the regulations have been met. Source: Ferret . The brake of the solar [...]

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Volcano Detected From Space Using Thermal Imaging

A volcano was discovered by NASA’s mission satellite on the Paluweh Island. A thermal Infrared sensor formed an image of the heat radiating from the 5-mile-wide volcano. The TIRS discovered a hot spot at the top of the volcano where lava is being discharged. . Image source: NASA . The volcano’s image gives evidence of [...]

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A technology that makes you see what the eyes can’t see

Thermal imaging also known as infrared thermography is the process of using a thermal imager to detect infrared or heat radiation that is emitted by an object. Inspecting mechanical equipment with infrared thermography covers a wide variety of systems. From motors, rotating equipment, steam traps, refractory and tank levels inspections are often needed to detect [...]

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