Thermal cameras are now available in various shapes, sizes and degrees of sophistication to suit every application and budget, making the options for measuring temperature and studying the thermal performance of building structure better than ever.
Building engineers now have the option to choose from a growing range of test and measurement instruments with imaging capability or even smart phones with integral thermal imaging.
FLIR has consistently driven down the entry level cost to the technology and incorporated more and more standard features into its product range to add value and scope of application.
The FLIR Ex-Series is a range designed for those who are new to thermal imaging and with built-in features that make it exceptionally easy to use – a prime example of the trend.
FLIR Systems’ patented MSX-technology is one of the most important features and provides exceptional image quality in real time. Pin-sharp thermal images, quicker target orientation and clean reports can now be achieved with MSX and can be applied to the stored visual and thermal JPEG images after inspection.
MSX became a standard feature in the FLIR Exx-Series, a range designed for those who want more than an entry level thermal imaging camera but not the sophisticated features that characterise the professional models.
Thermally tuneable and manually focusable, these are advanced cameras whose value-for-money is assured by exceptional image quality and standard features such as continuous zoom, thermal fusion, text/voice annotation, WiFi and Meterlink.
The FLIR Test & Measurement range of imaging instruments including the new MR176 Imaging Moisture Meter will complete the exhibits at Ecobuild 2017.
Like other products in the range, the MR176 uses FLIR Systems’ Infrared Guided Measurment(IGM) technology to guide the user to scan for problems using thermal imaging. It then confirms and quantifies moisture levels with pin or pinless measurement.
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