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Ever had the chance to play with a $40.000 thermal imaging camera? I was lucky to get my hands on one back in 1998 and here is what I filmed - my buddy's car. Enjoy! Some details for you techies out there: The sensor of the camera was an array of 320 x 240 elements sensitive in the long-wave infrared range (i.e. heat). It was cooled by a Stirling engine to almost -200 °C (-328 °F) to minimize noise. The lenses were made of monocrystalline silicon, as glass is opaque for these wavelengths. Fortunately the sensor was fast enough to capture 50 images per second and the camera had a video output, so I connected it directly to my VCR and pointed it out of an open window to record this footage.
1 Apr 2007
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infrared cameras offer amazing FLIR thermal imaging technology for a wide array of applications
1 Feb 2008
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This video describes the principles of work of Thermal Imaging Systems and shows how they work.
4 Jun 2009
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*******www.Inspectagator**** And Jon Bolton Present inspectors And professional home building inspections, With Today's Topic, "High Resolution Infrared Thermal Imaging." Go To *******www.Inspectagator****
12 Sep 2009
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*******www.iecinfrared**** IEC Infrared Systems is your complete source for thermal imaging systems, infrared cameras, FLIR cameras, imaging equipment and more. We are an engineering company that specializes in the design, development, and manufacture of complete thermal and visual imaging surveillance systems. Our diverse in-house technical staff includes mechanical, electrical, and software engineers with expertise in a such areas as mechanical/aerospace systems, controls, power conditioning, communications, high-speed digital video processing, software (both embedded and GUI), and infrared spectroscopy. This breadth of engineering talent makes IEC uniquely qualified to design and develop high-end commercial security systems and manufacture tactical surveillance systems for the military. To learn more about our Thermal Imaging Systems, visit our website at *******www.iecinfrared****
18 Aug 2009
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Thermal imaging demonstration video explains how EdenPURE heaters work and why they are better than coil space heaters. For more information, be sure to visit ******* -- your premier source for EdenPURE heaters in Canada!
17 Sep 2009
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Dr. Jeanne Stryker the Thermal Imaging Specialist San Diego explaining the Bio identical hormone replacement therapy to us .
16 Jun 2010
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Dr. Jeanne Stryker the Thermal Imaging Specialist San Diego explaining the magical effect of hormone replacement therapy on the women & men aged 30 and more to us .
16 Jun 2010
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Dr. Jeanne Stryker the Thermal Imaging Specialist San Diego explains how invigorating it becomes after hormone replacement therapy.
16 Jun 2010
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Learn how the thermal imaging is conducted and what are the preparations required to make the thermal imaging session successful from the thermal imaging specialist in San Diego
22 Jun 2010
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The infrared thermal imaging camera can capture moisture and temperature differentials which reveal water penetration, condensation and the source of mold problems. The technology used in these cameras is sophisticated, yet the concept is rather basic. Objects that emit heat are emitting energy. This energy can be classified as infrared energy. With a thermal imaging camera one can capture this energy in a graphic form - as the signal comes in to the camera it is processed and translated into an image that can be viewed, much like a photo or video. Infrared Thermal Imaging cameras do not need light to operate; they function perfectly well in the dark. Because they use heat as the source of the signal, there is no need for either natural or artificial light. You and I are used to seeing visible light, light that is actually energy in various wavelengths. The colors that we see fall into this category, with red being the lowest energy light. Just shy of red is infrared light, light we cannot see, and within this category is thermal infrared light. Here is where the camera really benefits a mold inspector. Materials that have been violated by moisture and condensation will be shown easily on a thermal imaging camera. And where there are moisture problems there are bound to be mold issues. The camera sees what the human eye cannot - even in total darkness. For more information about getting an inspection with a thermal imaging camera please visit our website at *******www.bustmold****, and be sure to give us a "like" on facebook as well.
14 Mar 2011
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Extech i5 Thermal Imaging Camera - Part# IRC40 *******www.usbbatterycharger****/more/B003B3N60E
25 Mar 2011
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