New decision-making thermal imager is the most affordable in its class
Bullard, the 123-year-old company known for its invention of the hard hat, introduced today its new TXS Thermal Imager. The most affordable thermal imager in its class, Bullard’s TXS Thermal Imager makes it possible for fire departments to have life-saving,…
The complete thermal firefighting system
Firefighters depend on a number of technologies to help them in fire situations, search and rescue operations, wildland fires and scenarios when they are battling hazardous chemical leaks. When entering a structure with a lot of smoke and little to…
FLIR A50 and A70 thermal cameras offer turnkey solutions for efficient data
When decision-makers seek to integrate new hardware into their automation process, they are often looking at a few key areas: the ease of use, price point, features and the ability to utilize the hardware at multiple points throughout their system.…
Teledyne FLIR launches A500f/A700f cameras for fire detection and condition monitoring
The FLIR A500f and A700f Advanced Smart Sensor ruggedized thermal cameras feature high-temperature detection for extreme environments paired with on-camera analytics and alarm capabilities – ideal for industrial early fire detection or outdoor condition monitoring applications. Along with enhanced spot,…
FLIR Systems launches radiometric version of Boson thermal-imaging camera module
The Boson camera core represents the best in FLIR high-performance uncooled thermal-imaging technology within a small, lightweight and low-power package, and now FLIR partners and customers will have the option to purchase radiometric versions that can capture the temperature data…
Patol Adds Thermal Imaging to its Fire Detection Offering for Waste Recycling

  Industrial fire detection specialist Patol has extended its capabilities in protecting recycling plants and waste processing facilities from a fire with the announcement that the company is now offering thermal infrared cameras, ideally suited for internal waste reception and…

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