Biodata’s new Microlink 770 unit monitors 16 temperature channels at up to 100 readings per second. It is ideal for transient capture and portable applications such as in-vehicle testing. The compact unit connects to a PC over USB and costs just ??795 ($1350 US or 1145 Euro).
Representing a world-first in ultra low-cost thermal imaging technology, InfraRed Integrated Systems Ltd (IRISYS), a specialist UK-based opto-electronics company, has announced the global launch of a completely new hand-held system, the IRI 1011. With prices starting from just US$1500, a tiny fraction of the cost of conventional thermal imaging equipment, the new groundbreaking IRI 1011 now opens up the use of this versatile technology to widespread, everyday use by non-specialists.