Teledyne FLIR Articles
Thermal camera packages to suit electronic testing needs
With the world currently transitioning to green energy systems and connected infrastructure, demand for new electronic systems and components is growing exponentially.
Why thermographers need training
Teledyne FLIR explores the reasons why thermographers need training, especially as devices become more accessible.
Teledyne FLIR to showcase oil and gas solutions at ADIPEC 2023
Teledyne FLIR, a global specialist in thermal imaging cameras, is set to exhibit its latest products for oil and gas industry at ADIPEC 2023.
Teledyne FLIR cameras help save lives
Firefighting is an extremely dangerous and demanding profession, both physically and mentally. However, help is at hand: Teledyne FLIR designed its K-series of professional yet affordable thermal imaging cameras to take the strain, assisting firefighters in navigating through smoky conditions while searching for hot spots and measuring temperature from a distance.
When the chips are down
The demand for microchips globally is surging. In fact, it’s expected to double by 2030. Jerry Beeney, Director of Global Business Development for Science & Automation, at Teledyne FLIR further discusses.
Teledyne FLIR introduces point-and-shoot thermography inspection
Teledyne FLIR, part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, has announced the FLIR E8 Pro, providing a larger 3.5” touchscreen with FLIR Ignite Cloud connectivity within the same pistol-grip form factor as legacy E8 series thermal cameras.
Teledyne FLIR introduces new products: IGM Multimeter and clamp meters
Teledyne FLIR, part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, has announced the DM286 Infrared Guided Measurement (IGM) Multimeter, and two new clamp meters, the CM57-2 and the CM85-2.
Thermal by FLIR powered mobile phones and smart building sensor featured at MWC
Teledyne FLIR, part of Teledyne Technologies Incorporated, has welcomed new editions to its lineup of Thermal by FLIR products that will be shown at Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Acoustic imaging camera detects leaks from 2 to 65 kHz
The Teledyne FLIR range of acoustic imaging cameras, the Si124, Si124-PD and Si124-LD, now offers an improved bandwidth range for detecting compressed air leaks in industrial settings.
Si124 range improved bandwidth yields big savings for energy-intensive industries
The Teledyne FLIR range of acoustic imaging cameras, the Si124, Si124-PD and Si124-LD, offers an improved bandwidth range for detecting compressed air leaks in industrial settings
Teledyne announces Ladybug6 cameras for 360-degree image capture
Teledyne FLIR Integrated Imaging Solutions is pleased to announce the Ladybug6 – the latest addition to its field proven Ladybug series.
The ultimate thermal camera comparison
Thanks to multiple drivers, the market for infrared thermal imaging cameras and modules is expanding rapidly. It is expected to reach $8,761m in 2026 with a CAGR 2021-2026 of 7.2%.
Vision-based sports analytics for Europe’s football clubs
Football (or soccer) is the world’s favourite pastime as well as a huge industry. Top clubs cannot afford to make the wrong personnel decisions – and key players need to recover as quickly as possible after an injury.
LWIR camera upgrade delivers enhanced sharpness
The Boson+ with thermal sensitivity of 20 millikelvin (mK) or less, is claimed by Teledyne FLIR to be the most sensitive longwave infrared (LWIR) camera in the market.
Streaming 4x cameras with small carrier board prototype
Embedded vision components are ever popular and being incorporated into a plethora of applications. What all these applications have in common is the need to pack more functionality into tight spaces. Often, it is advantageous for these systems make decisions on the edge.
Heightened accuracy enhances thermal cameras
The new A50 and A70 thermal cameras from Teledyne FLIR come in three options—Smart, Streaming, and Research & Development to fit the needs of professionals across a variety of industries—from manufacturing to utilities to science.