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Thermal imaging cameras for Automation & Fire and Safety Machine Vision Process Monitoring Quality Control Fire Detection Critical Equipment Monitoring

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FLIR Systems: the world leader in thermal imaging cameras FLIR Systems is the world leader in the design, manufacturing and marketing of thermal imaging systems for a wide variety of commercial, industrial and government applications. FLIR Systems’ thermal imaging systems use stateof-the-art thermal imaging technology that detects infrared radiation - or heat. Based on detected temperature differences, thermal imaging cameras can create a crisp image. Complicated algorithms make it also possible to read correct temperature values from this image. We design and manu­ facture all of the critical...

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INFRARED: more than meets the eye Infrared - part of the electromagnetic spectrum Our eyes are detectors that are designed to detect visible light (or visible radiation). There are other forms of light (or radiation) that we cannot see. The human eye can only see a very small part of the electromagnetic spectrum. At one end of the spectrum we cannot see ultraviolet light, while at the other end our eyes cannot see infrared. Infrared radiation lies between the visible and microwave portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. The primary source of infrared radiation is heat or thermal radiation. Any...

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Why use thermal imaging cameras? Why would you choose a FLIR thermal imaging camera? There are other technologies available to help you measure temperatures in a non-contact mode. Infrared thermometers for example. Infrared thermometers vs thermal imaging cameras Infrared (IR) thermometers are reliable and very useful for single-spot temperature readings, but for scanning large areas or components, it’s easy to miss critical components that may be near failure and need repair. A FLIR thermal imaging camera can scan entire motors, components, or panels at once never missing any overheating hazards,...

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Thermal imaging cameras for automation and fire & safety Production engineers and technicians are faced by the demand for higher production output at a constant quality and at lower cost. The FLIR A-series thermal imaging cameras are the most effective tool available for Infrared Machine Vision, Closed loop Process control and Quality Assurance imaging, helping you to validate and increase product quality and throughput and thereby give your products a competitive edge and increased profitability. The FLIR A-Series thermal imaging cameras are also great tools for fire and safety applications....

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The advantages of thermal imaging at a glance! • Sees the heat produced • Can trigger alarms • Non-contact, quick and easy to use • Performs inspections when systems are in production • Identifies and locates the problem • Measures the temperature • Stores the information • Saves you valuable time and money Automation Function test and quality assessment of car windows and seats Due to the high quality demands of the automobile industry all front and rear windows, car seat heatings and various other components are assessed with thermal imaging cameras. In addition to the traditional presence check...

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FLIR A65 / A35 / A15 / A5 Compact thermal imaging cameras for machine vision applications Thermal imaging cameras are used worldwide across a wide variety of industries to monitor continuous processes. Thermal imaging can easily collect information on product quality and/or production efficiency that is difficult or impossible to capture using conventional means such as thermocouples or visible light cameras. The FLIR Axx-Series is the perfect solution for those applications that require the benefits of a thermal image. The FLIR Axx-Series camera has features and functions that make it the natural...

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Software included The FLIR Axx thermal imaging cameras work seamlessly together with FLIR Tools. It allows for viewing and analyzing thermal images and includes functions such as time versus temperature plots. Users that need more functionality and also want to be able to record images can optionally choose for FLIR Tools+. Process monitoring of production line Quality control of food production line Ethernet connection Available models FLIR A65 Resolution Available lenses

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FLIR A300 / A310 Hotspot detection: the thermal eye that never sleeps Fixed mounted thermal imaging cameras like FLIR A300/ A310 can be installed almost anywhere to monitor your critical equipment and other valuable assets. It will safeguard your plant and measure temperature differences to assess the criticality of the situation. This allows you to see problems before they become costly failures, preventing downtime and enhancing worker safety. Built-in extensive analysis functions (only FLIR A310) Spot, area measurement and difference temperature functions. Built-in alarm functions (only FLIR...

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Digital photo and thermal image of a substation showing a transformer with excessive temperature. Thermal imaging offers another pair of “eyes” to see through the steam into the log vat for proper log alignment. Operators cannot see through the steam cloud caused by condensation in cooler air temperatures. Who will benefit from this technology? Oil and Gas Oil refineries and exploration, petrochemical plants: Rugged aluminium housing Easy mounting on three sides • Natural gas processing, transport and storage • Fire prevention in storage areas • Refractory lining monitoring • Flare detection •...

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FLIR A315 / A615 Automation: speed up your design cycle with thermal imaging Fixed mounted thermal imaging cameras like FLIR A615/A315 can be installed almost anywhere to monitor your production process by detecting and measuring temperature differences and visualize heat patterns. The FLIR A315 / A615 is a series of compact and affordable thermal imaging cameras, fully controlled by a PC. Due to their compliance to standards, FLIR A315 / A615 are Plug&Play with 3rd parties Machine Vision software like National instruments, Cognex, Matrox, MVtec and Stemmer Imaging. GigE Vision™ standard compatibility...

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