SLS detectors take LWIR cameras to a whole new level!
Online –This new type of detector material brings FLIR’s thermal infrared camera performance in line with their read-out integrated circuit (ROIC) and camera electronic counterparts.
The integration of Strained Layer Superlattice (SLS) detectors into commercially available thermal infrared cameras offers a new LWIR solution with significant improvements in speed, temperature range, uniformity, and stability that costs less than analogous detector materials.
In a new online article “The Advantages of Longwave Infrared Strained Layer Superlattice Thermal Cameras”, FLIR’s tech staff point out: Continue reading
NEW MODEL EE360
Franklin MA, USA — E+E’s new EE360 moisture in oil transmitter is dedicated for reliable monitoring of lubrication, hydraulic and insulation oils as well as diesel fuel.
The EE360 moisture in oil transmitter measures water activity (aw) and temperature (T), and calculates the absolute water content (x) in ppm.
The probe can be employed up to 180 °C (356 °F) and 20 bar (290 psi).
ThermoSense XXXIX 2017 – Anaheim
Presentations will be held at – Anaheim Convention Center (ACC) Monday 10 April 2017 – 12:00 PM – 3:50 PM — ACC Room 304B (see Floor Plan below ?)
Since the final program was printed prior to the meeting, please check the room assigment onsite. Room assignments are subject to change without notice.
Guidelines for vendor session presenters :
Anaheim Convention Center | 10 – 13 April 2017
The Infrared Applications, ThermoSense conference promotes the worldwide exchange of information about the uses and applications of Infrared (IR) imaging technology.
It is a set of presentations that, for many years, have been hosted by SPIE as part of one of their multi-conference symposia (DCS, AeroSense etc) in Orlando, Baltimore and now Anaheim.
Below is the overview of the 39th iteration of the Conference with links to the online program and itinerary. Continue reading
Designed to see 20 different hydrocarbons
Meer, Belgium — The GFx320 Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) camera from FLIR Systems combines proven, innovative technology with the assurance of third-party certification for use inside ATEX Zone 2 (Class I, Div. II) hazardous locations.
With new stricter global standards for methane (CH4) emissions, there is a growing need for faster, safer, and more reliable methods to locate and repair hydrocarbon leaks across the oil and natural industry.
FLIR Systems, has addressed that need with its intrinsically safe OGI camera – the GFx320. Continue reading