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 instantaneously and more quickly. Thermal imaging cameras have more advantage over IR thermometers with their thermal sensitivity that reaches up to <30 mk. This allows users to be able to cover wider target area and collect temperature information. To enhance these cameras, they are fitted with Wi-Fi and Meterlink technologies. These will let you download thermal images onto smart phones and tablets as well as transmit data from Extech moisture meters for further analysis respectively to avoid making any erroneous reports.

FLIR thermal imaging camera

One of FLIR’s revolutionary thermal imaging cameras, the P series.


There are varieties of thermal imaging cameras, with several amazing features that may suit your preferences as a contractor, building or inspection professional. Do not hesitate to call on our team of experts for advice on which thermal imaging camera you need for your job.



Filed under: Product News and Promotions | Posted on July 22nd, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi

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