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  1. NEW FLIR Research Studio - Pro Edition Software - 90-Day Free Trial

    FLIR Research Studio software just got better than ever! Continue reading →
  2. 8 Applications of Hikmicro’s M-series Thermal Cameras

    Dark background with three images of the Hikmicro camera on the right. One camera faces forwards displaying the screen, the others are pointed to the left and right. The Hikmicro logo is in the bottom-right corner, while the white text '8 Applications for Hikmicro Thermal Cameras' occupies the left of the image. Hikmicro is an industry-leading manufacturer of thermal cameras, detectors, cores, modules, and solutions. Their eclectic catalogue of products includes ecology, hunting, and outdoor thermal monoculars; first response/ security thermal solutions; and thermal cameras optimised for mechanical, building, and electrical applications. In this blog, we will be looking at Hikcmicro’s M-Series Handheld Thermal Cameras, particularly the M10 and M30, and their uses. These handheld thermal imaging cameras are extremely versatile and provide easy and effective solutions for automotive repair, building, mechanical, HVAC, PCB, electricity, oil, and metallurgy applications. Continue reading →
  3. Teledyne FLIR Rewards: Buy a FLIR Get a Free Gift

    Black background with a selection of FLIR products on the right with the white text 'FLIR Rewards' and Teledyne FLIR logo on the left. Spend £1000 or more on any qualifying Teledyne FLIR product between the 1st June 2021 and the 31st August 2021 to receive a FREE Teledyne FLIR tool of your choice (UK & EU only, see T&Cs below). Existing purchases made on or after the 1st of June 2021 are still eligible for this offer. Continue reading →
  4. An Introduction to HIKMICRO's Smartphone thermal cameras WEBINAR

    HIKMICRO are about to launch their new generation mini smartphone thermals in the UK. Be one of the first to find out more about how these new handheld thermography products can help you in your day-to-day work! Continue reading →
  5. Teledyne Merges with FLIR

    On the 14th May 2021, Teledyne Technologies Incorporated (Teledyne) completed its acquisition of FLIR Systems (FLIR) for an estimated $8.2 billion. FLIR will now trade under the name Teledyne FLIR.[1] Continue reading →
  6. FREE FLIR Webinar Series

    Do you want to find out more about FLIR’s thermal cameras and how they can be used for condition monitoring applications? Or, how can you use FLIR’s Thermal Studio software to interpret thermal images and create great looking detailed reports? Continue reading →
  7. FLIR Scion Sale: Up to 30% Off Select Models

    Available between the 1st May 2021 and the 30th September 2021, FLIR is offering up to 30% off select Scion OTM and PTM Thermal Imaging Monoculars. Continue reading →
  8. FREE IR Smart Lens with Fluke Thermal Cameras

    Claim a FREE 2x Telephoto Infrared Smart Lens or a Wide Angle Infrared Smart Lens when your buy a Fluke Ti300+, Ti401 Pro, Ti480 Pro, TiX501 or TiX580 Thermal Camara. This offer is valid between the 15th March 2021 and the 30th June 2021. Continue reading →
  9. School Solves Plumbing Problem using Testo 883 Thermal Camera

    Read how Stultumshire Comprehensive School solved an unexpected plumbing problem using a Testo 883 Thermal Camera.
  10. FLIR’s Tips to Avoid the Top Three Home Inspection Mistakes

    Thermal cameras, like FLIR’s E6-XT, E8-XT, E76, E96, T530, T540, and T560, make detecting hidden problems, such as leaking pipes, damp spots, missing insulation, and pests, quick and easy. That’s provided you know how to use them and how to interpret thermal images correctly. FLIR has identified the three biggest mistakes plumbers, builders, and electricians make when carrying out thermal inspections in homes, and has compiled a list of tips that can be implemented to avoid these errors. However, FLIR does stress that the best way to avoid common home inspection mistakes is to undertake a thermography course.[1]   Continue reading →
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