Flir Thermal Cameras

  1. FLIR T500-Series is the Award Winner in 2018

    “Red Dot: Best of the Best” The `Red Dot Award Product Design’ originates back to 1955; it appraises the best products created every year. The Red Dot Award has 48 competition categories into which manufacturers and designers can enter their innovations. Continue reading →
  2. Buy a Flir Thermal Imaging Camera and Get a Free Training Course, Software and a Test & Measurement Device.

    If you are looking to buy a FLIR Camera then now is a great time to make your purchase. As FLIR’s UK Platinum Supplier, we are giving away Free FLIR bundles with a range of FLIRs premium hand-held thermal imaging cameras. Continue reading →
  3. Thermal Imaging fortifies Border Surveillance

    An Associated Press investigation in early April documented 268 instances in which people hopped over, crawled under, drove cars through or otherwise breached the fences and gates protecting the perimeters of 31 of the busiest US airports from January 2004 through January 2015. Continue reading →
  4. TowerJazz and FLIR partner on Smartphone Semiconductors

    Israeli semiconductor foundry TowerJazz said last Thursday that it will manufacture chips for FLIR Systems infrared technology for smartphone, security and industrial markets. TowerJazz claims to have developed an industry leading capability for advanced micro thermal pixel array production. Continue reading →
  5. FLIR Boosts Product Range at CES 2015

    FLIR announced three new products at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in early January: A second generation FLIR ONE for Android and iOS devices, the C2 Compact Professional Thermal Camera, and new additions to the Raymarine Dragonfly Fishfinder product line. Continue reading →
  6. Thermographers mugged at Knife-Point

    A lively discussion has been posted up on the LinkedIn group UK Thermography Association warning anyone carrying out thermal surveys in the UK to beware of bogus callers for domestic surveys where upon arrival, thermographers are mugged by masked men at knife-point. Continue reading →
  7. Firefighters add Thermal Imaging to their Arsenal

    In a previous blog post, we reported how firefighters are now armed with thermal imaging equipment to help them detect thermal hotspots, see through smoke and identify the body signatures of people who might be trapped. Continue reading →
  8. Case Study - See Hot Spots in Context

    Using a thermal imaging camera to outline electronic components enhances electronic troubleshooting. The new FLIR E4 has proved to be a hot seller for PASS Ltd, the independent test equipment professionals. One particularly enthusiastic electronics engineer uses it to monitor the temperature of circuit boards for potential faults, by finding where heat sources are on a board. Continue reading →
  9. Exploring Your Universe with the FLIR E30

    When the UK Association for Science and Discovery Centres (ASDC), was putting together equipment packages for distribution to 10 selected Museums and Discovery Centres for use in its ‘Explore Your Universe’ initiative, they selected FLIR E30 thermal imaging cameras from Pass Ltd.  Now, after nine months of problem-free use by many thousands of young families and students, their decision to select PASS and the FLIR camera has been totally vindicated. Continue reading →
  10. Thermography Saves Italian Architecture

    Italy has, arguably, some of the best historical architecture in the world, so the preservation of these important cultural buildings is vital. An Altamura based survey company called IR HotSpot has been set up to directly focus on investigating historical buildings using thermography equipment. This allows these iconic buildings to be preserved and maintained without any complicated invasive investigation taking place beforehand. Also, it ensures that any small unseen problems can show up on the thermal image and can be dealt with before it can develop into something serious. Continue reading →
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