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IRApps for Infrared Imaging & Thermometry

SLS Detectors Take LWIR Cameras to a New Level (Fri, 24 Mar 2017)
The Advantages of LWIR Strained Layer Superlattice Thermal Cameras Online –This new type of detector material brings FLIR’s thermal camera performance in line with their read-out integrated circuit (ROIC) and … Continue reading →
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Fundamentals of non-contact temperature measurement (Tue, 14 Mar 2017)
Published on Mar 13, 2017 as a live webinar In this archived webinar, AMETEK Land’s Richard Gagg discussed the foundations behind non-contact temperature measurement systems. Attendees were presented with many … Continue reading →
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Catnip Cultivation May Offer Natural Mosquito Repellent Alternative (Mon, 30 Jan 2017)
High-Speed Thermal Imaging Helps Researchers Quantify Catnip’s Effect Online — Mosquitoes are a pervasive problem in tropical regions because they vector deadly diseases such as Malaria and Dengue Fever, as … Continue reading →
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FLIR T1030sc thermal imaging camera app (Wed, 04 Jan 2017)
Thermal Imaging for Bat Conservation & Research Meer, Belgium — Bats play a major role in our ecosystem, but due to numerous threats bat populations have declined significantly over the … Continue reading →
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“The World in Infrared Imaging” (Tue, 22 Nov 2016)
Special Issue of The Journal of Imaging Special Issue Editors Special Issue Information Keywords Published Papers Planned Papers   “This Special Issue is intended to cover the following topics, but … Continue reading →
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Roof Surveys: Dealing with Reflectivity (Wed, 26 Oct 2016)
"A 2015 survey of national roofing contractors indicated that single-ply roof systems (EPDM, TPO, PVC, etc.) accounted for almost 49% of the roofs installed nationwide. These roofing systems can present challenges for thermographers who inspect them due to reflectivity of the roof membrane.
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How to interpret & choose the correct (IR) camera… (Sun, 28 Aug 2016)
One Hour Free Webinar: Now available for on demand viewing By: Markus Tarin, President & CEO, MoviMED Online  —  Infrared imaging technologies can be deployed in an array of applications, … Continue reading →
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Measure temperatures that are changing rapidly (Tue, 23 Aug 2016)
Application Story from FLIR Online — How do you measure the heat of an object that is moving fast or changing temperature rapidly? Traditional temperature measurement tools such as thermocouples … Continue reading →
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Why Use Thermal Radiation Thermometry & Thermography? (Thu, 18 Aug 2016)
There’s a simple answer and some detailed ones A. Simple Answer: Because there’s just no other way to get the data or Image. Period.      End of story. B. Three Not-So-Simple … Continue reading →
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Infrared Inspection of Installed Photovoltaic (PV) Systems | Info Via Infraspection (Sun, 29 May 2016)
Standard for Infrared Inspection of Installed Photovoltaic (PV) Systems Burlington, NJ, USA — Infraspection Institute has announced the release of a new standard titled, Infrared Inspection of Installed Photovoltaic (PV) … Continue reading →
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Webinar: Continuous Thermal Imaging Inside a Glass Melt Tank (Thu, 12 May 2016)
On-Demand 1 Hour Webinar: Link to Online Resource Online  — Attendees of this presentation will learn how AMETEK Land’s NIR Borescope allows continuous thermal imaging inside a glass melt tank. … Continue reading →
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IR Apps in The Very Real World: Automotive Manufacturing (Thu, 21 Apr 2016)
Dan Simon from GM Shares His Years of Successful IR Apps!! Online  —  Dan Simon spent many years working with Infrared technology in the Labs and plants of General Motors … Continue reading →
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IR Inspection of Electrical Systems (Sat, 12 Mar 2016)
Webinars, 2-Day Classes, Online Course and articles Online — IR Inspection of Electrical Systems is a two-day theory and application course  at the Infraspection Institute for the use of thermal … Continue reading →
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An Introduction to Infrared Camera/Component Testing (Thu, 10 Mar 2016)
By Santa Barbara Infrared (SBIR) Santa Barbara Infrared (SBIR) has put together a series of videos on electro-optical testing. The videos focus primarily on the infrared spectrum but many of … Continue reading →
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Veterinary applications of infrared thermography (IRT) (Tue, 08 Mar 2016)
Am J Vet Res. 2016 Jan;77(1):98-107. doi: 10.2460/ajvr.77.1.98. Rekant SI, Lyons MA, Pacheco JM, Arzt J, Rodriguez LL. Steven I. Rekant, DVM, MPH; Mark A. Lyons, DVM; Juan M. Pacheco, … Continue reading →
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Don’t let cold air escape | Identify leaks with a thermal infrared camera (Sat, 05 Mar 2016)
Cut your energy losses By Testo Limited Thermal infrared imaging is a versatile technology used across a number of industries. One of the main advantages is that all tests can … Continue reading →
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Industry Applications: Success Stories From Raytek (Fri, 04 Mar 2016)
Online and an online e-book Raytek infrared (IR) sensors have been used successfully in a wide range of industrial applications. While it is impossible to document all of our customer … Continue reading →
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FLIR Quark 640 Thermal Infrared Imager in a Small UAV (Wed, 02 Mar 2016)
FLIR QUARK 640 Tops Competition Online — Based in Denmark, Sky-Watch has integrated a FLIR Quark 640 longwave infrared thermal sensor into their Huginn X1 drone to give customers a … Continue reading →
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QIRT 2014 Papers on Imaging & Data Processing (Tue, 10 Nov 2015)
Image & data processing QIRT-2014-018: Thermal non-destructive testing: Localization of hidden defects Hatefipour, J. Ahlberg, J. Wren, A. Runnemalm QIRT-2014-020:Infrared Image Stitching Based on Immune Memory Clonal Selection Algorithm 1 … Continue reading →
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Induction & Vibro-Thermography at QIRT 2014 (Tue, 10 Nov 2015)
QIRT-2014-055: Scanning induction thermography (SIT) on damaged carbon-fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP) components Renil Thomas, M. N. Libin, Krishnan Balasubramanian QIRT-2014-059: Vertical cracks characterization and resolution from lock-in vibrothermography Castelo, A. … Continue reading →
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Industrial & Microscale App Papers @ QIRT 2014 (Tue, 10 Nov 2015)
Industrial Applications QIRT-2014-003: Losses determination in induction motors using infrared thermography techniques Edson da Costa Bortoni, Roberto Akira Yamachita, Jo?o M C Guimar?es, Mateus C. de Castro Santos QIRT-2014-004: Finite … 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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