Level I Thermography Training Classes – September 19th-22nd

Level I Thermography Training Classes are still open for registration! Don’t miss the deadline for registration! Sign up for our upcoming Infrared Thermography Level I classroom and field training. Training will take place at our facility in Beaumont, Texas on September 19th – 22nd. In this 4 day course you will learn the basics of …

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Dracorex EO+IR Thermal Fusion rifle Scope Sight

By Mike

sensor fusion scope

Dracorex EO+IR Sensor Blended thermal imaging/Electro optical weapon sight

The Dracorex is a technological breakthrough in the world of advanced imaging and night vision, the System is a calibrated, fully boresightable scope system that incorporates the

latest in thermal infrared FLIR imaging technology as well as high resolution and sensitivity EO Imager. The Dracorex performs pixel on pixel digital image sensor fusion which

Blensd and stiched both of these key sensors and presents the user with one userable deatiled image.

The Vanguqrd can be used as a hand held sensor fused EOIR obervation device or as a weapins mounted digital Fusion scope.

The user has …read more

Source:: SPI Corp News


FLIR releases new and improved A35/A65

By Markus Tarin

FLIR A65 A35 FLIR AX5 series

August 29, 2016 – FLIR Systems, Inc. announced new improved A35/A65 thermal imaging temperature sensors for machine vision.

Designed for process control and quality assurance – but applicable to condition monitoring and fire prevention as well – the upgraded A35 and A65 cameras can help processes run smoother. The A35 and A65 include greater vibration specifications to survive harsher conditions. The cameras are available with 10 field-of-view options, from 8 degrees up to 90 degrees, to give users the option to pinpoint a single target or monitor a large area. The A35 and A65 are the leaders in digital communication …read more

Source:: MoviTHERM


Herrmann Ultrasonics invites MoviTHERM as guest speaker

By Markus Tarin

Ultrasonic Welding

MoviTHERM has been invited as a guest speaker for Herrmann Ultrasonics Technology Day 2016 on September 29th, 2016 in Irvine, CA.

Herrmann Ultrasonics, Inc. is expanding its operations to the west coast. The company is hosting an all day technology workshop at its new location in Irvine, CA. John Cabrer, Senior Systems Engineer at MoviTHERM will be presenting two sessions.

The location of the event is at:

Herrmann Ultrasonics, Inc.
188-M Technology Drive
Irvine, CA 92618
Phone: 630-626-1626

The workshop is free of charge. For reservations, please contact Herrmann Ultrasonics using the phone number or email address provided above. Please reserve before September 22nd, 2016.

MoviTHERM’s Workshop …read more

Source:: MoviTHERM


When a Window Becomes a Door… An Infrared Window that is!

By r.wodrich@iriss.com (Rudy Wodrich)


Growing up in a large family in the 1970’s, we had a single small (like 22″) color TV that we would huddle around in our living room. Inevitably, someone would get up during a program we were all watching intently and block someone else’s view. Often, it was the person trying to adjust the antenna for better reception that would be met with the typical smart aleck comment, “Hey, you make a better door than a window.”

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Source:: IRISS Newsroom


FLIR Thermal Infrared Video of USA’s F-35!

By Editor

From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors & Their Uses

With the Star SAFIRE 380-HDc FLIR video captured the Lockheed Martin F-35 using the FLIR 380-HDc at the Farnborough International Air Show! Star SAFIRE 380-HDc Long Range Performance in a Compact System Introducing the Star SAFIRE 380-HDc, the first in a new class of compact, high performance, stabilized, HD imaging systems specifically engineered for helicopter ISR operators. Star SAFIRE 380-HDc provides an unmatched SWaP-C advantage for airborne applications that demand high performance ISR in a light-weight, compact package. Specifically tailored to excel at long range performance under extreme rotary …read more

Source:: Thermal Imaging – At TempSensor NEWS


Can a Level 1 Thermographer Write a Report?

By Bob Berry

Can a Level 1 Thermographer Write a Report?

This is a question that I have been recently asked.

“Can a Level 1 Thermographer write a report?”

Yes, strictly speaking thermography is an unregulated industry, and a Level 1 thermographer can write a report. So too can anybody else, from a florist, to a driving instructor. However, it cannot conform to recognised standards, unless those standards have been followed.

According to CM/GEN APPENDIX B a Level 1 thermographer is qualified to “evaluate and report test results in accordance with established instructions and highlight areas of concern.” It also makes it clear that …read more

Source:: Thermal Vision, World Class Thermal Imaging