FLIR DM91 Industrial True-RMS Multimeter w/Temperature

TRMS Multimeter with Type K Temperature WILSONVILLE, OR, USA – FLIR announces the FLIR DM91 Industrial true-root mean square multimeter for electrical inspection. Built for industrial electricians and benchtop workers, the 18-function DM91 digital multimeter is capable of datalogging and Continue reading →

FLIR Launches ’Thermal by FLIR™’ Partner Program

Showcases first partners at CES Online — FLIR today introduced a new partner program called ‘Thermal by FLIR™’ for technology partners who use genuine FLIR sensors to create innovative, thermal-powered products. ‘Thermal by FLIR™’ partners is a holistic, cooperative product Continue reading →

Snell Group’s Upcoming Infrared Training Classes

Barre, VT, USA –The Snell Group is a leading expert on using Infrared Thermography (IR) and Electrical Motor Testing (EMT) to reduce risk, increase up-time, save money, conserve energy, and improve safety. Snell offers infrared training, infrared inspection services, infrared Continue reading →


X27 Osprey Day/Night Ultra LLL True Color military Imaging system

The digital X27 ColorVision (TMreconnaissance LLL (Low Light Level) true Color night vision VIS-NIR sensor is a technological breakthrough in night vision technology.
High performance, low noise, high sensitivity & outstanding true LLL color imagery are just a few features offered by the system. The SWaP ColorVision sensor can be
integrated into night vision sights, scopes, monoculars, binoculars, drivers aid, UAV, UAS, unmanned and a wide array of defense, homeland security, border, ground,
mobile, marine, airborne, military, wildlife, documentary, specialty combat camera photography, Astro/aerial/airborne/space
remote imaging, aurora borealis, security and surveillance applications.

The System Detects battle infrared lasers / illuminators and can also see the 1064 Designator IR laser


Aid in Target Discrimination,


Combat identification,

ID friend or foe,

Situational awareness & force protection,

Extreme low light Color HD visualization in daylight to starlight conditions

* Ultra low light Biometrics/Facial identification ID
* Driver Vision Enhancer
* Target Acquisition
* Low light facial recognition * SA / FP / FCS
* Enemy DRI

The ability to see true color at night opens up a plethora of tactical advantages previously not available.



Preliminary Technical Specifications:

-Sensor & Parameters: Maintenance free, no moving parts, Solid State non intensified BSTFA Extreme low light color FPA w/column amplification

   – Large Format, large pixel pitch architecture

   – Backside Illuminated for light utilization efficiency

   – Extremely High Dynamic Range & Gain

   – Auto Black Level Calibration

   – Auto Exposure w/excellent color fidelity

   – Excellent image uniformity

   – Auto hot pixel correction

-Day Night Mode: Auto Imaging/Auto Switching – instant

-Bright light/Blooming compensation: Automatic

-Photodetector Array Size: WUXGA

-Temperature Range: -30C to +80C

-Output: HD

-Output Type: HD-SDI / HDMI

-Wavelength: 390-1220 Um broadband Extreme High Sensitivity

-IR Response: Yes 

-Power: 12V

-Lens: 32 mm Standard (included) / 22mm, 37mm, 60mm, 88mm, 152mm ~ smaller and Larger mixed Aperture Focal Lengths in development

-Housing: Sealed / integrate able  into Sub Systems





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InfraMation 2018 is Headed to Austin, Texas

InfraMation, the world’s leading IR training experience and thermal imaging conference, is headed to Austin, Texas September 11-14, 2018.  Join other thermography experts from around the world at the downtown Hilton Austin to learn the latest ther…

Inspecting Solar Panels with UAVs

From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors

New video to show you featuring a FLIR thermal imager mounted on a UAV inspecting solar panels for damage.

This application of infrared thermography has come a long way and now, with a new aerial perspective, is an extremely efficient tool for maintenance and quality assurance inspections of solar systems. In contrast to time consuming traditional methods, large solar installations can now be inspected quickly from the right distance and view point.

Even with these advancements in the technology, however, a thermal imager still does not have the ability to detect problems on its own – you still need a qualified operator with the right knowledge and skills to use it properly.

That’s where ITC can help with training and certification! Check out our website for a complete list of course locations and dates now available through September 2016.

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CPF: ThermoSense Thermal Infrared Applications XL Conference

From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors Abstracts due 9 October 201 Call for Papers ThermoSense XL:  The Thermosense conference promotes worldwide exchange of information about research, uses and applications Continue reading →

High Speed Infrared Detectors

From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors Aid Ballistic Testing Meer, Belgium. — FLIR Systems has published a technical article that discusses the benefits of next-generation ROIC and detector material Continue reading →

New Electrical Infrared Thermography Service Provider

From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors Preventive maintenance in Fort Lauderdale, FL area Cooper City, FL, USA — (ReleaseWire) — — JPEG Inc. announces the service of electrical infrared Continue reading →