FLIR

FLIR’s entry-level i3® thermal imaging camera has unlimited applications.  From analyzing temperatures of mechanical equipment and electrical systems quickly and accurately… to detecting energy waste and moisture issues in buildings… to debugging circuit boards… engineers are finding more uses for thermal imaging every day.

Over the years thermal imaging tools have gotten less and less expensive.  Not so long ago a good system would cost you tens of thousands of dollars.  Now, with FLIR’s current $200 rebate offer, an entry-level tool is just $995.   And look at all the features:

  • Temperature range: -4°F to 482°F (-20°C to 250°C)
  • 60 x 60 IR detector resolution (3,600 pixels)
  • Thermal sensitivity (N.E.T.D): <0.15°C @ 25°C
  • High accuracy of ±2% helps you find problems faster and easier
  • Large 2.8″ color LCD
  • Double molded rugged design with easy grip handle construction meets IP43 dust/splashproof standards
  • MicroSD™ card stores up to 5000 radiometric JPEG format images
  • Complete with 2G microSD™ card, Li-Ion rechargeable battery, USB cable, and case
  • Includes FLIR Tools™ software for analysis of radiometric images

So now’s the time to upgrade from your old IR thermometer to a tool that can show you so much more.  If you’d like to post a comment please do so below.  For questions please contact Customer Service at (800) 537-0351.

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Product Spotlight: FLIR IR Cameras

by Andy on October 10, 2012

FLIR IR CamerasWe have recently added a few new FLIR cameras to our website! We now have the FLIR T420 and T440 regular and BX models thermal imaging infrared cameras. These cameras are specifically designed to record infrared images with additional zoom to allow for better inspection. Their compact form also provides additional convenience, making it easy to use on site.

Features:

  • Can create PDF’s directly on the camera to make instant reports
  • Models with MSX™ enhancement available
  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Interchangeable lens
  • FOV match
  • 4x or 8x zoom available

Check out our lineup of FLIR cameras on our site, or call customer service at (800) 537-0351.

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Vendor News Roundup-May 2012

by Andy on May 18, 2012

We are continuing to stay up to date with our terrific vendors who have news to share! Check out below!

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FLIR is being nominated in the 2012 Product of the Year competition in Electrical Construction & Maintenance magazine for the Flir E60 Wi-Fi Infrared Camera! Voting ends May 25 and votes can be placed here.

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Permatex is doing a Got a Minute? Giveaway. From now until June 8, enter to win a Permatex Prize Pack just by watching their Manic Mechanics Face Off video and receiving a promo code to complete your entry for their weekly drawing!

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Brady recently created a new visual workplace handbook that includes the best practices and new ways to use visuals. Check it out here!

Great job and keep up the good work!

-All Spec Industries

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Vendor News Roundup-March 2012

by Andy on March 2, 2012

Check out below as we continue to keep up with some of our vendors who have up and coming news to announce!

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Panavise hosts a monthly contest on their Facebook page asking fans to post a photo of a creative project using a Panavise product for a chance to win a free prize. The December winner submitted his entry using his Panavise Model 315 and also posted a video to his blog.

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K-Sun is nominated for an award for their Green Machine in the New Equipment Digest’s King Award Competition. They are featured in the Packaging Equipment & Supplies category and online voting ends March 7.

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Klein Tools is conducting a Facebook Fan of the month contest each month dedicated to their loyal followers with the winner receiving a Klein Tools prize package.

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Flir / Extech have both also been nominated for the New Equipment Digest King Awards! FLIR is up for an award for their E60 Wi-Fi Infrared Camera while Extech is being recognized for the HDV640W Video Borescope/Inspection Camera with both being featured in the Controls & Instruments category.

Great job from All-Spec!

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FLIR T-Series Infrared Camera“Using a thermal imaging camera for building diagnostics?” You might not have heard of this concept, but it is of benefit on different aspects.

First, when performing building inspections, the inspector is mostly limited to a visual inspection of the property. The issue is that problems may not be visible to the naked eye. In order to discover building problems, an inspector would have to “guess” the location, and then open up walls to try to pinpoint a possible problem.

Second, an inspector cannot possibly detect or predict a future problem, such as mold. But, the use of an infrared camera can help detect problems that otherwise would have gone unnoticed until the damage is greater. All-Spec Industries now carries the FLIR B-series thermal imaging cameras (B200, B300, B360 and B400) which, among other things, feature a “dew point alarm” that displays areas with risk of surface condensation where mold growth could occur.

All-Spec is now also offering the FLIR T-series infrared cameras (T200, T300, T360, T400 and T620) which are excellent choices for inspecting electrical and mechanical systems. The use of a thermal imaging camera can detect abnormal patterns of heat in electrical circuits, in motors or other mechanical equipment, or indicate pipe temperatures or identify line blockages in fluid systems. Mechanical inspections can be challenging, but they don’t have to be with use of a FLIR infrared camera. Also, adding an infrared camera to your toolbox can save you money! Detecting problems before they turn into mechanical failures can prevent costly equipment repairs, production downtime, even a dangerous electrical fire.

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