Improved 80×80 sensor optimized for easy integration into mass production ULIS displaying Micro80 Gen2TM during CIOE in Shenzhen, China, 6-9 September Veurey-Voroize, France, – ULIS, a manufacturer of innovative thermal infrared sensors for the surveillance, thermography, firefighting, outdoor leisure and automotive markets, announces today the availability of Micro80 Gen2, an advanced functionality thermal sensor. The fully digital Micro80 Gen2 not only supports standardized interfaces (i.e. I2C and HSync/VSync clocking) it also contains a series of improved characteristics, which make it ideal for large-volume applications and for easy integration into …read moreContinue reading →
MY EXPERIENCE WITH COOLED MWIR AND UNCOOLED LWIR THERMAL INFRARED IMAGING FLIR IR CAMERAS
I have been using LWIR uncooled and MWIR cooled FLIR thermal infrared imaging FLIR cameras for over 20 years,
Prior to that I have used the green generation I, II and III Image intensified night vision which I was fascinated with.
My first time handling a thermal imaging camera was in 1997 in Southern Utah (ST George), A customer had ordered a thermal imager from me and I got him a unit
called the AN/PAS-7 which is one of the first hand held military thermal imaging cameras that used a …read more
Why is emissivity different with different cameras?
This is difficult for people to fully understand. To be honest, emissivity in general takes some time to begin to get a good grasp of, for me the process of getting a strong understanding took a few years, a lot of reading and some experimentation.
Emissivity changes with temperature, angle and wavelength. It is important to understand that for a blackbody, emissivity will always be 1. A greybody will have an emissivity of less than 1, but it will be constant regardless of wavelength. Realbodies however, will have an emissivity that varies with …read moreContinue reading →
Adjustable level & span | 320 x 240 sensor | $699.00 USD BERLIN, Germany — /PRNewswire/ — Seek Thermal™ has announced the expansion of the company’s new line of high performance, affordable, infrared thermal imaging cameras designed for the experts in commercial building and trades with the introduction of the RevealPRO. Seek Thermal’s most advanced handheld thermal imaging camera yet, the RevealPRO combines a high-performance 320 x 240 thermal sensor, intuitive software, and a powerful 300-lumen LED light into one highly durable, handheld, and easy to …read moreContinue reading →
SuccessIRies™ Short Course Online — During the month of September, Infraspection Institute are offering our online training course, SuccessIRies 104 – Temperature Limits for Electrical & Mechanical Equipment for free. This course covers the application of temperature limits for electrical and mechanical equipment as well as several methods for determining repair priorities. Normally priced at $79, this course is being made available as an exclusive benefit to our readers who access the course through the hyperlink below. Two other short courses, SuccessIRies 101, and SuccessIRies 102 are also being …read moreContinue reading →
While an enormous amount of infrared techniques to look at building efficiency have been developed in the past, recent new testing combining aerial infrared surveys, handheld infrared measurements, pressurization and computational analyses have been developed, with some surprising results. …read moreContinue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
The New VarioCAM/E HDx Camera SERIES Dresden, Germany — Enhance proven principles with new ideas; this is one of the recipes for success of InfraTec. The latest result of this approach are three thermographic cameras, which under the name VarioCAMÆ HDx, enhance the VarioCAMÆ High Definition camera series with immediate effect. The newcomers with the label “x” conceal an additional performance variant of uncooled microbolometer cameras. It is aimed primarily at price-conscious users with universal measurement and inspection tasks. In parallel to the VarioCAMÆ High Definition camera series, the …read moreContinue reading →
FREE for Apple™ iOS Devices Meer, Belgium — FLIR Systems has announced a free dynamic iBook version of its popular Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) Professional Guide for use on Apple™ iPad/iPhone devices. Now available in an easily accessed and flexible iBook format, the Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) Professional Guide will enable users to quickly gain a greater understanding of optical gas imaging technology and how it can help you find and repair gas leaks quickly, saving time, money, and the environment. In addition, the iBook Optical Gas …read moreContinue reading →
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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