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Thermal Imaging for Science / R&D

In Research & Development and product/process testing, accuracy and reliability are vitally important. FLIR's SC-Series IR cameras are used for capturing and recording thermal distribution and variations in real time, allowing engineers to see and accurately measure heat patterns, dissipation, leakage, and other temperature factors in equipment, products and processes.

That's why FLIR infrared cameras are widely used around the world for applications as diverse as micro-electronics, paper processing, automotive, plastics, injection molding, consumer appliance design, telecommunications, target heat signatures, mechanical testing, R&D and much more.

Thermal Imaging Cameras for Optical Gas Imaging

Many industrial gases and chemical compounds are invisible to the naked eye. Yet companies transport and transform these ingredients every day.

Optical imaging using FLIR GF Series thermal cameras, offer a number of benefits compared to traditional "sniffers" because they scan a broader area much more rapidly and in areas that are difficult to reach with contact measurement tools. Infrared displays a leak as a plume of vapor in the infrared image. Once a leak is found, from a safe distance, you can use your TVA to quantify the concentration.

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    Training Videos for CBRNE Professionals

    News | 19 Sep 2017

    FLIR Systems announces a new and highly informative CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive materials) training video series - FLIR PRIMED.

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    New Benchmark in High-Speed Thermal Imaging

    News | 29 Aug 2017

    FLIR Systems has introduced a strained layer superlattice (SLS) detector version of its X6900sc camera

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    Thermal Imaging Assists Surgical Procedures

    News | 22 Aug 2017

    FLIR Systems has published an applications article that describes how a leading US university has been using a FLIR A655sc thermal imaging camera to study the effect of temperature on tissue autofluorescence.

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    Thermal Imaging Speeds Up Repair of Printed Circuit Boards

    News | 20 Jul 2017

    FLIR Systems has published an application note that describes how their ETS320 thermal imaging camera is being used by ISOMEDIA GmbH (Stuttgart, Germany) to investigate and speed-up the repair of assembled printed circuit boards (PBA).

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    High Speed Infrared Detectors Aid Ballistic Testing

    News | 11 Jul 2017

    FLIR Systems has published a technical article that discusses the benefits of next-generation ROIC and detector material technologies and how they are pushing the boundaries on high-speed thermal imaging of ballistic testing.

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