Buildingtalk Online Editor Max Banner reported on FLIR’s offerings at this year’s Ecobuild show, which included the launch of their E53. Check out the video and picture content below.
FLIR Systems’ E53 becomes the newest member of the Exx-Series of advanced thermal imaging cameras for electrical, mechanical, and building applications.
For an industrial inspection, troubleshooting and diagnostic tool, look no further than FLIR’s latest product, the DM285 thermal imaging digital multimeter.
Ecobuild 2018 will feature FLIR Systems showcasing its widest ever choice of cameras and imaging meters, as it continues its considerable commitment to thermal imaging for building science applications.
FLIR has announced the arrival of new products later in the year, including two digital multimeters and a clamp meter.
With a drive towards more energy efficient homes, thermal bridging is becoming more important within the industry. But what is thermal bridging?
FLIR’s latest product ushers in a new era of imaging capability for a wide range of high-performance commercial, industrial, and public safety drone applications.
Tinytag data loggers from Gemini Data Loggers are being used to help preserve artefacts from the medieval find in an environmentally controlled space.
Customers who purchase a FLIR T540 professional camera will receive a free pocket-portable FLIR C3 troubleshooting IR camera until the end of September.
FLIR Systems has confirmed the programme for this year’s ITC International User Conference, which will take place from 27th-28th September in Coventry.