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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 [...]

Filed under: News | Posted on July 18th, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi | No Comments »

Firefighters battle fire with help from thermal imaging cameras

The Manhatan Beach Firefighters on Friday 28th June at 5:55am used thermal imaging cameras to fight fire. Neighbors reported to have seen flames and smoke coming from the outside of a wall in a residential home. . Source: tbrnews.com . On entry, the firefighters realized the house was filled with smoke. They searched the house [...]

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Using thermal imaging in the Petrochemical industry

Many industries depend on furnaces and boilers for their manufacturing processes. But these equipments are prone to failures which might be due to a variety of mechanisms that take place during productions. Refractory linings of boilers, furnaces, reactors and kilns are likely to deteriorate with time and this ends in total breakdown. Burner misalignments may [...]

Filed under: Articles | Posted on June 10th, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi | 1 Comment »

Cutting-edge diagnostic tools that make your inspections worthwhile

To be able to associate hot or cold spot in an IR image with the real target you see on the field, flir has improved the features of new thermal imaging cameras with an in-built laser pointer which functions when activated. For convenience, there is a Picture-in-Picture (PiP) attribute that also makes it easy for [...]

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Thermal imaging cameras bring impending dangers to light

With high resolution upgraded up to 640×480 pixels, new flir thermal imaging cameras allow you to see vivid thermal images of faults found in industrial equipment and processes. They also have the ability to identify imminent dangers that can be avoided before they even cause havoc. Experience the many incredible applications of thermal imaging cameras. [...]

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Reduce the stress in home inspection, chose thermal imaging cameras

Some of Flir thermal imaging cameras’ new features include built-in insulation and dew point alarms. These characteristics are specially designed to take care of your building inspections or diagnostics need. They assist you in pin-pointing troubles in HVAC heating and cooling issues, moisture detection, and air flow and insulation problems. .

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Flir Thermal cameras are evolving with time.

Another amazing feature of Flir’s recent cameras is the availability of FLIR Meterlink technology. This technology enables data transfer from an Extech moisture meter to the thermal imaging camera. This saves you more time and avoids the risk of committing errors in records. With the ability to measure temperature up to 650°C, Fir thermal imaging [...]

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Thermal cameras now with outstanding features, just to make your job a bit easier

Latest upgrades of Flir’s thermal imaging camera feature Wi-Fi compatibility. This allows you to wirelessly transfer your thermal images from the thermal imaging camera to your iPhone, Android Smartphone, Tablet, and desktop and laptop computers for analysis. This feature also enables you to show what you are seeing which includes inspection reports immediately to a [...]

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First film ever to use 3D thermal imaging

Film making has seen much transformation over the years. An award winning filmmaker Philippe Baylaucq has used 3D thermal imaging to shoot a short film named ORA. . The film maker talked about the process of making the film, from using thermal imaging cameras to working with performers in darkness with the only light source [...]

Filed under: News | Posted on May 23rd, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi | No Comments »

Thermal imaging cameras used to ensure safety

A Windham home owner reported that his house had been struck by lightning on Monday. He explained that he could smell odor and wood burning in the attic area of the house. Police and Fire officials went to the scene to conduct a thorough survey of the building. . After evacuating the home, firefighters detected [...]

Filed under: News | Posted on May 23rd, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi | 2 Comments »

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