Thermal imaging – understanding high and low sensitivity

This short article is an attempt to clarify a few misconceptions in regard to fire-service thermal-imaging cameras (TIC). All fire-service thermal-imaging cameras automatically switch gains or sensitivity modes based on the following: the overall heat detected within the field of…

FLIR announces its most affordable Thermal Imaging Camera for First Responders

FLIR K1 Gives First Responders the Power to See Heat in Total Darkness and Through Smoke FLIR Systems, Inc. announces the new FLIR K1 handheld thermal imaging camera is available for purchase in EMEA, FLIR’s most affordable camera for first…

Common misconceptions of thermal-imaging use

The fire service has been using thermal-imaging cameras (TICs) successfully since the 1990s, and many lives have been saved through their tactical use. Since their first implementation TICs have improved greatly and their overall cost has reduced dramatically, making them…

HGH Infrared Systems Wins Multi-Million Euro Contract To Equip African Warships With SPYNEL Thermal Imaging Cameras

HGH Infrared Systems has won a multi-million contract from a world-leading shipyard, to equip three new warships with the latest generation of SPYNEL panoramic thermal cameras. In a context of maritimization of the global economy, HGH Infrared Systems affirms its leadership position…

Avon Protection awarded NFPA1801:2018 approval for thermal imaging camera range

Avon Protection announces NFPA1801:2018 certification of its argus range of thermal imaging cameras which include the Mi-TIC E, Mi-TIC E L, Mi-TIC 320 and Mi-TIC S models. Once again, Avon Protection offers the most diverse range NFPA compliant thermal imaging cameras. NFPA1801:2018…

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