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Discover roof moisture and leaks easily

Roof moisture has become a problem for many home and other building owners. This has caused them lots of money. Roof moisture or leaking roofs can be a home for mold growth which is also another unpleasant situation to contend with. Moisture and mold can destroy the structural integrity of buildings. Infrared moisture detection is [...]

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Flir E40 is extraordinary yet an affable tool

Flir E40 is compatible with some of Extech’s meters such as the clampmeter, multi function moisture meter or psychrometer. You can transmit readings from these meters into the infrared camera by means of Flir Meterlink technology. This method of transmission saves time and avoids mistakes of records or data. The infrared camera also quickly locates [...]

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An unconventional way to find flaws in buildings

With its accuracy, Flir E40 is suitable for electrical and mechanical applications. This camera can be used for close-up-targets with a minimum distance of 4 inches. It has a Relative Humidity Alarm that alerts you when there is a risk of condensation in some areas of a building. Also Flir E40 has an Insulation Alarm [...]

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Flir E40 boasts of precision and confidence

Flir E40 features a 160×120 pixels infrared sensor which is equal to 19,200 temperature measurement points. The infrared camera delivers temperature measurements of <0.07˚C thermal sensitivity and 20% accuracy. This makes the device a reliable too for quality results. Discover many other features of this infrared camera.

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Flir E40 comes with more upgraded features

Flir E40 is one of FLIR’s thermal imaging cameras that gives you the chance to image flaws with temperatures ranging from 20°C to 650°C. The camera has a 3.5” touch screen with large backlit buttons. This upgraded screen allows you to view instant thermal images with their accompanying thermal data.

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What are thermal imaging cameras used for?

Thermal imaging cameras also known as infrared cameras are devices used to capture the heat given off by an object or a person. They are similar to the conventional cameras but in this case, they only use infrared radiation to create instant images. An infrared camera also measures and displays the thermal profile of objects [...]

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Top 5 Applications of Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging cameras are being used in so many different applications today. This state-of-the-art working instrument has proven to be an invaluable innovation. Thermal cameras or infrared cameras have helped building  contractors and inspectors, maintenance managers, commercial and residential building owners to avoid accidents that may have resulted from unseen anomalies. Again, users of these [...]

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Home inspection methods enhanced with thermal imaging

During the cold evenings of March and April, a non-profit cooperative organization organized a survey on residential buildings. This was to show homeowners where and how heat is being lost from their belongings. They used the thermal imaging technology to demonstrate to the homeowners what was happening in and around their places of abode. Some [...]

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