Equipment > Thermal measurement

Fluke Ti9 entry-level thermal imager

27 April, 2011

The Ti9 is a rugged entry-level thermal imager that has a widescreen format colour LCD and a 19,200 pixel detector. The instrument incorporates a thermal imager lens with adjustable focus, and detects a wide -20 to +250°C temperature range.


Land Instruments Vessel Manager thermal monitoring system

21 March, 2011 by

A system that monitors temperature change over the entire surface of molten metal ladles has been introduced by Land Instruments. The Vessel Manager’s software and hardware help assure plant safety by warning of potential break-outs and provide trending data to establish efficient relining schedules.


Flir E60 infrared camera

04 March, 2011 by

The Flir E60 infrared camera is a user-friendly thermal image camera with high resolution and refresh rate. It can be used to locate issues with electrical equipment, identify faults in circuits and aid in research and development or predictive maintenance identification.


Flir i60 thermal imaging camera

18 January, 2011 by

The Flir i60 is a thermal imaging camera that measures the emitted infrared radiation from an object. It is a suitable tool for predictive maintenance, identifying potential problems before they happen.


Raytek Pi20 thermal imaging camera

20 December, 2010 by

The Raytek Pi20 thermal imaging camera has a full resolution of 320 x 240 pixels at 30 Hz and covers temperatures from -40 to 2000°C in two different models. Communications are via ethernet, with support for up to 16 cameras from one PC, and the Datatemp software allows for 64 AOI [areas of interest] to be defined with data recording, or control actions attached to each AOI. Analog and digital outputs are generated by I/O modules on the ethernet LAN, with functions being selectable during system configuration.


Fluke TiR32 thermal image camera

06 May, 2010

The Fluke TiR32 thermal image camera can scan large areas quickly to detect problems or the extent of any damaged caused. The handheld instrument gives the clear, crisp images needed to find problems quickly with its 320 x 240 sensor and it is available to rent.


FLIR launches IR cameras that ‘talk’

28 April, 2010

FLIR has launched MeterLink, a wireless connection between FLIR cameras and Extech measurement instruments.


Merger creates FLIR Commercial Systems

02 March, 2010

FLIR is to merge its Commercial Vision Systems and Thermography divisions to create FLIR Commercial Systems.


Thermal imaging camera

26 October, 2009 by

The NEC H2640 thermal imaging camera has a temperature resolution of 0.03 °C providing exceptional sensitivity. The uncooled 640 x 480 focal plane array detector delivers a 0.6 mrad instantaneous field of view with the standard 22º (H) x 16º (V) lens.


Ti32 thermal imager

25 September, 2009

The Fluke Ti32 is designed for troubleshooting and preventive maintenance of electrical installations, electro-mechanical equipment, process equipment and HVAC/R equipment.


FLIR Systems service laboratory opened in Melbourne

26 August, 2009

Owners of FLIR infrared cameras can now have their cameras recalibrated annually at a new FLIR Systems service laboratory opened in Melbourne.


Low-cost thermal imaging camera

30 July, 2009

The Dali TE thermal imaging camera is claimed to be priced to be affordable as an everyday tool rather than a high-priced instrument with limited use by consultants and specialist engineers.


Second-generation infrared cameras

30 July, 2009

Flir has released its second-generation line of GF-series infrared cameras, previously known as GasFindIR.


M9200 thermal imagers

09 June, 2009

Mikron Infrared has released the M9200 series of process thermal imagers. The imagers operate at short wavelength and are specifically designed for high temperature applications up to 3000 °C with an accuracy of ±0.5 of reading.


NEC-Avio thermal imaging camera

11 May, 2009

The NEC-Avio Thermo Shot F30 series thermal imaging radiometer is ultra-light at just 300 g (including batteries) and its small size of 100 x 65 x 45 mm means it can be slipped into a shirt pocket.


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