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FLIR Systems: FLIR offers unique thermal imaging packages
(27/09/2012)

Through gains in inspection time and efficiency, FLIR thermal imaging has always provided a rapid return on investment for predictive maintenance and condition monitoring applications. And with its latest range of incentives, the reasons for purchase are even more compelling. They cover the full FLIR range from the troubleshooting compact models right up to the professional series with every feature for fast and effective thermal imaging and analysis. Imaging enhancement with Multi Spectral D... [more]

FLIR Systems: WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY APPLIED TO MORE FLIR THERMAL IMAGING CAMERAS
(24/07/2012)

For some time FLIR Systems’ customers have been able to extend the scope and depth of thermal imaging inspection with features based on wireless technology. Users have confirmed efficiency gains, error reduction and savings on reporting time through WiFi compatibility and Meterlink™ technology. Now FLIR Systems is applying these features to even more of its cameras. New versions of the FLIR T250/T335/T365/T425 and the FLIR P660/P640 and P620 will now also be able to transfer radiometric i... [more]

FLIR Systems: THE HOT TOPIC OF BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
(24/07/2012)

Thermal imaging technology and its scope of application has changed beyond all recognition in recent years. And the electrical market has been one of the main beneficiaries of these developments. Once a complex, cumbersome and expensive method of detecting faults it is now easy to use, simple to apply and above all eminently affordable. Even in the mid-90s a so called hand-held camera weighed a massive 8kg, had a resolution of just 10,000 pixels and its list price was around the £30,000 mar... [more]

FLIR Systems: TAKING THE GUESSWORK OUT OF SOLAR PANEL FAULT FINDING
(20/07/2012)

Thermal imaging, the technology that is now widely used for a broad variety of preventative maintenance applications is proving ideal for solar panel installers. Tony Hargan of South Survey in Clitheroe sells the FLIR range of thermal imaging cameras and he confirms the falling price of the technology is proving a powerful driver. “Cost is no longer a barrier to installers using this technology. Although the advanced thermal imaging cameras offer more sophisticated functions and the ability... [more]

FLIR Systems: FLIR : A BUYER’S GUIDE TO THERMAL IMAGING
(19/07/2012)

Thermal imaging for industrial use has been around for a lot longer than many people realise. Inspection of electrical substations was one of the first applications for the technology, even though it was a cumbersome and complex process, and that was back in the 1980s. Today, a thermal imaging camera has become an indispensible tool across the electrical trades thanks to electronic advancement using smaller components, improved ergonomics and friendlier user interfaces. Wide adoption of th... [more]

FLIR Systems Ltd: FLIR COURSE DATES FOR LEVEL III THERMOGRAPHY
(17/07/2012)

For any professional thermographer, Level III certification is the gold standard. It signifies wide experience and a standard of knowledge that meets internationally recognised criteria. To provide thermographers with the opportunity to achieve this top qualification, the FLIR Infrared Training Centre (ITC) has just announced the dates for its next Level III certification training course. The goal of this course is to enable pre-qualified Level II thermographers to set up and run a successf... [more]

FLIR Systems: Enhanced imaging quality and more analysis functions from FLIR Systems' entry level thermal imaging camera
(22/03/2011)

FLIR Systems' new FLIR E-Series compact camera range are ideal for those wanting enhanced imaging quality and more analysis functions from an entry level thermal imaging camera. Four versions complete this new series with the top-of-the-range model, the FLIR E60, providing 76,800 pixels from its 320 x 240 uncooled detector. This enables the user to see more detail and take more accurate temperature readings so that the smallest of thermal anomalies – down to 0.05°C – can be detected. It all... [more]

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