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  • FLIR MSX

    FLIR MSX

    The world of thermal imaging is progressing rapidly, especially due to research and development efforts of various companies, with FLIR leading the pack. FLIR’s extreme commitment to new developments in the field has brought MSX technology to the market at a previously impossible price point.

    This technology, known in full as Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging, uses an advanced algorithm to extract high contrast visible light details from the device’s digital camera and then digitally etches these details into the thermal images that are displayed onscreen, in real-time. This allows for the cleanest and sharpest looking thermal images in the industry and increases the detail added to reports and analyses.

 

  • Eaton

    Eaton

    Thermal imaging cameras visualize excess heat coming off of electrical components and thus help to detecting creeping and acute potential for breakdowns, outages, or accidents. Large industrial companies like The American Eaton Group, who turnover 9.8 billion dollars worldwide yearly, depend on FLIR thermal imagers to make sure their electrical and mechanical equipment works correctly and efficiently as possible.

    Thermographers at Eaton use Flir software to provide fully radiometric thermograms, visible light photos and blended images to their supervisors, who then use this data to take appropriate action on faulty and deteriorating equipment. The Eaton Group estimates that this ability to store and classify data so precisely saves the company 250,000 dollars a year in their European sections alone. These features are available in the FLIR E-series and T-series cameras. To learn more, read this Application Story from Flir.

 

  • Airoptima

    Airoptima

    As energy prices continue to rise it is increasingly important to build homes that can help keep those energy costs at bay. Passive houses are exceptionally insulated; do not have heat bridges, use heat exchangers, sun radiation and other sources to preserve from air outflow by transferring that energy to fresh air inflow. It is crucial in the building process of these types of homes, and the optimization of existing homes, to be able to take non-contact and non-invasive temperature measurements at a high level of accuracy to ensure that the home is free from building construction faults, warm bridges or air leaks.

    Many companies such as Airoptima, which deals especially in eco housing, are using FLIR cameras to ensure that these issues are easily found, recorded, and promptly addressed. Owner Mark Meyer used FLIR B-series cameras to ensure that his clients’ homes were in the best shape possible, relying on extra features like insulation alarms, humidity readings, and picture-in-picture display. Meyer says that FLIR cameras are indispensable in the building process and you can now get all of these features and more in the new upgraded FLIR E-Series bx models, specifically design for building inspection and construction projects. To learn more, read this Full Application Story from Flir.