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  1. IR Thermography - How It Works
    7/17/2008
    Although infrared radiation (IR) is not detectable by the human eye, an IR camera can convert it to a visual image that depicts thermal variations across an object or scene. IR covers a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum from approximately 900 to 14,000 nanometers (0.9–14 µm). IR is emitted by all objects at temperatures above absolute zero, and the amount of radiation increases with temperature. By FLIR Systems, Inc
  2. Article: IR Thermography - How It Works
    7/17/2008
    Although infrared radiation (IR) is not detectable by the human eye, an IR camera can convert it to a visual image that depicts thermal variations across an object or scene. IR covers a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum from approximately 900 to 14,000 nanometers (0.9–14 µm). IR is emitted by all objects at temperatures above absolute zero, and the amount of radiation increases with temperature.
  3. Application Note: Applications Of Thermography In Product Safety
    12/28/2007
    Hewlett-Packard uses IR cameras to evaluate printed circuit assembly components in the product safety lab. Hazard Based Safety Engineering provides a more efficient means of temperature testing and can help identify potential safety hazards. Before they are shipped, products are checked for overheating, fire ignition, potential fuel sources, shock hazards and compliance with EPA standards
  4. Case Study: Infrared Helps Abracadabra Make Unwanted Moisture At University Of Arizona Disappear - Fast
    7/18/2007
    When a chiller pipe burst in a 600-foot-long tunnel running through a boiler room that is located beneath a building on the University of Arizona’s campus in Tucson, AZ, three hundred feet of the tunnel was flooded to a depth of five feet. Abracadabra used a ThermaCAM® infrared camera to accurately detect the extent of water intrusion, and ensure that the drying process was complete
  5. Case Study: Infrared Helps Abracadabra Make Unwanted Moisture At University Of Arizona Disappear - Fast
    7/18/2007
    When a chiller pipe burst in a six hundred-foot long tunnel running through a boiler room that is located beneath a building on the University of Arizona’s campus in Tucson, AZ, three hundred feet of the tunnel was flooded to a depth of five feet. Abracadabra used a ThermaCAM® infrared camera to accurately detect the extent of water intrusion, and ensure that the drying process was complete
  6. Catalog: Start Seeing The World In Infrared
    12/22/2006
    FLIR is the largest manufacturer of infrared cameras in the world, offering the widest selection, best post-sale technical support, and meaningful, hands-on training to ensure your success
  7. Case Study: Infrared Helps Abracadabra Make Unwanted Moisture At University of Arizona Disappear - Fast.
    2/10/2006
    When a chiller pipe burst in a six hundred-foot long tunnel running through a boiler room that is located beneath a building on the University of Arizona’s campus in Tucson, AZ, three hundred feet of the tunnel was flooded to a depth of five feet...
  8. Case Study: Infrared Helps Abracadabra Make Unwanted Moisture At University of Arizona Disappear - Fast.
    2/10/2006
    When a chiller pipe burst in a six hundred-foot long tunnel running through a boiler room that is located beneath a building on the University of Arizona’s campus in Tucson, AZ, three hundred feet of the tunnel was flooded to a depth of five feet...
  9. Feature Article: Shrinking IR Cameras Enable New Applications
    3/17/2004

    Recent advances in miniaturization of IR imaging technology have led to a burgeoning market for mini- and micro-thermal-imaging sensors...

  10. Near-IR focal-plane arrays improve camera performance
    5/12/2003

    The recent improvement in performance of InGaAs-based detectors and cameras has opened up a wide range of applications, according to Austin Richards of Indigo Systems...