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Thermal Imaging

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Thermal Imaging Speeds Up Repair of Printed Circuit Boards (Thu, 20 Jul 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors FLIR’s New ETS320 Thermal Infrared Imager Meer. Belgium. —  FLIR Systems has published an application note that describes how their ETS320 thermal infrared … Continue reading →
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What’s New in Infrared Sensing & Imaging Hardware & Software? (Wed, 19 Jul 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors Vendors Presentations and Reception XIV @ SPIE DCS via ThermoSense XL Online. —  This session is now in its 14th year and has … Continue reading →
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CPF: ThermoSense Thermal Infrared Applications XL Conference (Tue, 11 Jul 2017)
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 →
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High Speed Infrared Detectors (Tue, 11 Jul 2017)
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 →
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New Electrical Infrared Thermography Service Provider (Sat, 08 Jul 2017)
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 →
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CFP for Infrared Conference IR/INFO 2018 (Wed, 05 Jul 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors Deadline for abstract submissions is 31 July 2017 Online. — Infraspection Institute are pleased to announce that their annual Advanced Training Conference, Technical … Continue reading →
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MoviTHERM introduces new thermal imaging software “IR-CAT” (Fri, 30 Jun 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors Combines video editing software with scientific thermal analysis in one package Irvine, CA, USA – MoviTHERM – Advanced Thermography Solutions is releasing IR-CAT, … Continue reading →
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Si-Ware Systems’ NeoSpectra Micro Development Kit (Thu, 22 Jun 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors NeoSpectra Micro is the chip-sized spectral sensor Cairo, Egypt — The NeoSpectra Micro is the smallest and lowest-cost NIR spectral sensor on the … Continue reading →
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HGH Infrared Systems to Present at IFSEC International 2017 (Wed, 21 Jun 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors Exhibiting compact solution for surveillance in London London, United Kingdom (PRWEB) — HGH Infrared Systems will be exhibiting at IFSEC International 2017 this … Continue reading →
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Sofradir designs its first supersize near infrared detector (Sat, 17 Jun 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors ALFA, a 2048x 2048 15?m pixel pitch for space observation programs Palaiseau, near Paris, France – Sofradir has announces it is developing its … Continue reading →
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NEW CompactIR 400Thermal Infrared Inspection Camera from InfraTec (Fri, 16 Jun 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors The First of its Kind Dresden, Germany  —  The latest handheld thermographic camera from InfraTec extends the segment of the entry level cameras … Continue reading →
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ADOT advances wrong-way detection with Thermal Infrared Cameras (Thu, 15 Jun 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors Arizona State Transportation Board approves I-17 pilot program PHOENIX, AZ, USA – A $3.7 million project to construct a first-in-the-nation thermal detection system, … Continue reading →
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Superior Gas Leak Visualisation (Wed, 14 Jun 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors FLIR GFx320 with HSM Meer, Belgium  —  Using its unique High Sensitivity Mode (HSM), the FLIR GFx320 Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) camera is … Continue reading →
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NEW integrated camera, capable of imaging visible & infrared simultaneously (Thu, 08 Jun 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors ICFO develops the first graphene-quantum dot based CMOS integrated camera Online — This obstacle has now been overcome. ICFO researchers have shown for … Continue reading →
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NEW Fluke 64 MAX Infrared Thermometer (Tue, 30 May 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors Multifunction IR Thermometer 20:1 D:S Online. —  The Fluke 64 MAX infrared thermometer works when you can’t with unattended monitoring and a 99 … Continue reading →
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ImageIRÆ Thermal Infrared Cameras Increased Pixel Count (Sun, 28 May 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors InfraTec MicroScan Yields 2,560 x 2,048 Resolution Dresden, Germany. — Concepts for increasing the geometrical resolution of thermographic cameras have belonged to the … Continue reading →
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Opgal’s Field-Proven Thermal Imaging Solutions at IDET 2017 (Fri, 26 May 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors May 31 – June 2, 2017 | Brno, Czech Republic Online.–. Opgal Optronic Industries Ltd, will be displaying its field-proven defense and security … Continue reading →
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Infrared Cyclope ADS B plugin for Airports (Tue, 23 May 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors Online. — Cyclope’s ADS-B plug in provides aerial target identification of a commercial airplane within the 360 degree images provided by Spynel. Watch … Continue reading →
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Thermal Infrared Imaging in Hummingbird Research (Mon, 22 May 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors Using FLIR Infrared Drone Camera Online  —  Mothering hummingbirds have an incredible ability to maintain strength with little rest, and researchers at Loyola … Continue reading →
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Thermal imaging cameras for automated inspections (Mon, 22 May 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors FLIR’s Repository of Thermal Imaging Applications Online — FLIR Systems’ depth of applications knowledge is demonstrated vividly on the specialty web pages of … Continue reading →
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New Frontiers for Applications of Thermal Infrared Imaging Devices: (Sat, 20 May 2017)
From: News of Temperature & Moisture Sensors Computational Psychopshysiology in the Neurosciences Online: A recent technical review article by Daniela Cardone * and Arcangelo Merla of the Infrared Imaging Lab, … Continue reading →
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A thermal Imaging Camera, in its most basic form, allows the user to see a two dimensional image displayed in heat. This infrared image is created with a tiny grid of infrared detectors inside the thermal imaging camera behind a lens. When all of individual temperature values are converted from a neumeric temperature value to a color associated with a temperature, you generate a thermal image. Thermal images are usefull in many industrial applications, most industrial problems will generate heat as a byproduct such as overloaded panels or failing bearings in a motor. Building inspection is also a great appliation as thermal imaging camera's can detect heat loss around windows or doors and can even detect water damage if used properly!The single most critical feature when selecting a thermal camera is the infrared detector resolution. This is the number of points the thermal imaging camera can measure at any one time and is usually refered to as horizontal x vertical pixels. If you multiply the horizontal pixels by the vertical pixels you will get the total number of infrared measurement points that the camera is capable of measureing. More temperature measurement points will give you a clearer image, better ability to see physically smaller temperature changes and the ability to print out the image at large sizes. Thermal Imaging Camera


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