Flir Downloads

  1. How To Calculate Vapor Velocities Using A GasFindIR Camera
    2/17/2012

    The formula for velocity is distance divided by time (V=D/T). Using digital video editing software, frames from recorded GasFindIR videos provide for a stop motion capture of the vapors at millisecond (ms) intervals. By Erik Mischker

  2. Using Thermal Mapping At The Data Center
    2/17/2012

    Cooling the servers in data centers efficiently is critical to increasing IT reliability, maintaining high performance, and reducing electrical usage. This article discusses the reasoning behind using infrared thermography (IRT) to commission and monitor data centers’ cooling systems.
     

  3. Thermal Imaging Of Power MOSFETs Under Thermal Runaway Conditions
    2/16/2012

    Using a thermal camera and an oscilloscope to look at the voltage and current internal to the MOSFET, we can gain an understanding of how a hot spot develops on the surface of the MOSFET. By Jack Shue and Henning Leidecker

  4. Effects Of Heat On Firearm Barrels
    2/16/2012

    The purpose of this study is to examine the advantage of using a thermal imaging system to capture the effects of heat on gun barrels. The thermal imaging camera will provide such data as the temperatures reached and the distribution of heat along the barrel. By Matthew Iannone, FLIR Systems, Inc.

  5. NDT In Composite Materials With Flash, Transient, And Lockin Thermography
    2/16/2012

    Composites are now used in everything from aircraft to prosthetics. By Markus Tarin and Ralph Rotolante

  6. Infrared Thermography: Its Use And Application For Detecting Infectious Diseases In Wildlife And Domestic Animals
    5/18/2011
    Remarkable advances and recent research indicate that infrared thermography (IRT) can be used to remote detect infectious diseases in wildlife and domestic animals. By Shylo R. Johnson and Mike R. Dunbar, USDA/APHIS/WS/National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins, CO
  7. Advanced Thermal Solutions For Research And Science
    1/23/2011

    FLIR offers entry level, advanced, and performance level infrared cameras for research and development, Infrared Microscopy, Medical Thermography, Automation and Process Control, Short Wave Infrared (SWIR), High Speed/Stop Motion, Infrared Signatures, Tracking, Directed Energy, Laser Designation, Infrared Non-Destructive Testing (IR NDT), and Technical Surveillance and Countermeasure applications.

  8. Catalog: Range and Phenomenology
    1/12/2010

    Start Seeing the World In Infrared

  9. Catalog: FLIR Infrared Research Cameras
    2/12/2009

    The InSb Laboratory Camera is a high-performance mid-wave infrared (MWIR) camera system based on an Indigo ROIC based focal plane array (FPA). This is either a 320 x 256 or 640 x 512 format Indium Antimonide (InSb) snapshot mode FPA

  10. FLIR Automation Handbook
    12/23/2008

    Infrared (IR) radiation is not detectable by the human eye, but an IR camera can convert it into a visual image that depicts thermal variations across an object or scene.