Did you know that Fluke came out with a pocket-sized thermal imaging camera? Here are the details.
Seek Thermal’s new Shot and Shot Pro, have a new technology called Seek Fusion which combines the infrared and thermal images to give you more context in your infrared images.
We put took a series of thermal images using different thermal imaging cameras, to show what you could expect to see from different types of devices, ranging from a $250 smartphone add-on to professional instrument.
Flir’s new UltraMax thermal imaging camera technology can take a series of thermal sensor images, all different thanks to natural vibrations of your hand, and combine them to form a higher resolution thermal image.
Flir’s new moisture meter features a built-in thermal imaging sensor that makes it quicker to identify trouble spots.
The new Flir T1K thermal imaging camera is built with some fantastic-sounding features, but it’s extremely cost-prohibitive except for companies with deep pockets.
Milwaukee is coming out with a new, smaller, and less expensive thermal imaging camera.
What’s the difference between a thermal imaging camera and imaging thermometer? Aside from cost, the two types of devices are designed to be used in different ways.
Here’s what you need to know about Bosch’s new thermal imaging camera and “thermo detector.”
Flir has come out with the C2, a new compact and easy to use thermal imaging camera with 80 x 60px thermal resolution and MSX image enhancement functionality.
Here’s a quick look at the Keysight Technologies TrueIR thermal imager, which builds 320x240px images using a 160x120px detector.
Here’s a quick look at and brief review of the Flir TG165 imaging IR thermometer.
Seek Thermal has come out with a new $199 thermal imaging camera module for select iOS and Android smartphones.
Fluke has recently slashed the prices of their VT02 and VT04 visual infrared thermometers.
Flir has announced the Flir ONE, a $349 thermal imaging camera device that attaches to iPhones.
Check out how a small firmware modification to Flir’s E4 thermal imaging camera can lead to significant improvements in image quality!
Flir’s new E4 thermal imaging camera can be modified to output four times its native resolution!
Fluke has come out with a new upgraded “visual infrared thermometer” which has more software features and better resolution than their original model.
FLIR has come out with a new line of Ex infrared thermal imaging cameras, including a 80 x 60 pixel model that’s priced under $1000.
Fluke’s new VT02 visual IR thermometer is half IR thermometer, half thermal imager, for under $1000