Maggots & infrared cameras help solve murders

Police can detect decomposing remains at a kilometre Online — In an article “How maggots and infrared cameras are solving murders”, by Tanya Farber in TimesLIVE from South Africa, a thermal infrared image taken by Mike Lee / Western Australia

MCR3 Long Range MWIR Thermal imaging Binocular PTZ

MCR3 Ultra Long Range MWIR Multi Function
Rugged Thermal Imaging binocular

Long range MWIR Thermal imaging FLIR
*Ultra Long Range MWIR Imaging with Narrow FOV up to 0.9 Degrees
*Long Range Laser Rangefinder
*IR Laser Pointer
*GEO Location onboard features
*Battery/External power operation
*Tripod / PTZ Mountable
*Includes Tripod & PTZ motor
*Onboard Image Storage
*Includes External Color screen with SD card video recording
*BNC live real time video output pipes live imagery to monitors, pc, COTS recording devices
*Rugged all weather construction, includes all standard accessories/Hard case
*Includes MWIR Afocal Beam Expander for extended Range imaging

Long range thermal imaging FLIR human detection

FEATURES

High resolution, large format 640×480 mid-wave InSb sensor Instant-on, long-wave channel

Medium, Long Range & Ultra Narrow Field of views (11 Degree V / 4 Degree V / 0.9 Degree V) With supplied Beam expander

Internal Global Positioning Sensor (GPS) and Digital Magnetic Compass (DMC) and modular Laser Rangefinder (LRF)

IR laser pointer Built in

Flexible remote control, power and video options Lightweight and rugged Mil STD 810-F qualified

New automatic digital image processing techniques Runs for over 4 hours on D cell LI batteries Modular design for future upgrades

long range thermal flir km kilometer human detection detect

BENEFITS

Delivers unmatched range performance and image quality

Provides fast situational awareness and a redundant sensor

Perfectly matched zoom settings for the short, medium and long range reconnaissance mission

Provides precision geo location of targets with eye-safe laser rangefinder

Offers additional tactical advantage when coupled with night vision equipment

Can be configured for tripod use with full remote control with video output for continuous operation

Reduces operator fatigue for long duration missions without sacrificing field hardening

Offers image detail unmatched by analog systems Get long run times on commercially available batteries

Offers mission flexibility and customization based on your requirements


SPECIFICATIONS ILLUSTRATE FOV WITHOUT MWIR OPTICAL AFOCAL BEAM EXPANDER

MCR long range Thermal Binocular

 

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Have you booked your place at InfraMation 2018 yet?

September 11-14 | Hilton Austin, Texas Online  —  Whether you work in electrical, commercial building, optical gas imaging, HVAC, residential home inspection, or just want to learn more about thermal imaging – this is the event of the year you can’t

InfraTec Participates in the EU’s SPIRIT Project

Simpler robot-supported automatic inspection Online — Together with seven European partners from science and industry, InfraTec is working on next-generation inspection-robot technology as part of the EU research project SPIRIT. The technology will be used in industry for completely different

AMETEK Land Standardises Certificates of Conformity

For fixed thermal imagers and line scanners Online — This means customers now can be assured that when they purchase an AMETEK Land instrument it is provided with a Certificate of Conformity confirming that the instrument has been manufactured and

Introducing Electric Field Vector Mapping – EFVM®

Jersey Infrared Consultants, pioneers in the Infrared Industry since 1984, are pleased to offer another form of non-destructive testing – ElectricField Vector Mapping, or EFVM®.

EFVM® is a type of non-destructive testing used to locate a breach or void in a waterproofing membrane. During testing, an electrical current at low voltage is used to create an electrical potential between a non-conductive membrane and a grounded conductive deck or substrate.

Common applications for EFVM® include quality assurance testing of newly installed waterproofing membranes prior to installation of pavers or overburden; locating sources of leaks in IRMA or uninsulated roof systems; and identifying breaches or holes in parking deck or patio membranes.

To find out more

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The 30th Annual I R/INFO Conference

Call for Papers Online  —  Infraspection Institute are pleased to announce that our 30th annual Advanced Training Conference, Technical Symposium and Technology Expo, IR/INFO, will be held January 20 – 23, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Now in its 30th

NIT Application Notes – Thermography

Now available on their website Online  —  Thermography is a new technique for inspection and monitoring. In this application note, you can understand the technical principle of thermography, its benefit for the industrial sector and how NIT products make processes

Single-Lens Macro Thermal Inspection of PCBAs

FLIR T500 Series thermal camera Meer, Belgium  —  FLIR Systems announces that its T500 Series thermal camera with new Macro Mode facility provides a unique solution for electronics inspection applications such as finding hot spots on printed circuit board assemblies