Sun Glare Can’t Stop Your Work
The FLIR T840 infrared camera is designed to help electric utility and other thermography professionals comfortably survey equipment both indoors or outdoors and seek out signs of failure all day long. Thanks to an integrated eyepiece viewfinder and a bright 4-inch color LCD display, the T840 makes it easy to conduct inspections outside in bright, challenging light conditions.Learn More
Electric Utilities Solutions
Learn about the solutions that could help you troubleshoot problems before they turn into expensive failures — whether you maintain uptime at electric power generation stations, keep the power flowing through distribution networks, or troubleshoot failures at the residential and commercial level.
Machine Vision Cameras
FLIR offers high-performance area scan, stereo and spherical digital cameras designed to meet demanding imaging needs in industrial, medical, life science, traffic, and GIS applications.
Detect safety hazards and costly failures before they happen
Quickly monitor and troubleshoot mechanical equipment and electrical connections with accuracy and efficiency. Scan pumps, process valves, storage tanks, and motors, to ensure your equipment is immaculate, well-functioning, and profitable. Ensure proper installation of electrical wiring and equipment to prevent injury, costly power outages, and irreversible damage.
Empowering you to "see" invisible gas leaks
FLIR optical gas imaging (OGI) cameras can help you detect methane, sulfur hexafluoride, and hundreds of other industrial gases quickly, accurately, and safely―without shutting down systems. With FLIR OGI cameras, you can scan broad sections of equipment rapidly and survey areas that are hard to reach with traditional contact measurement tools. OGI cameras can also detect leaks from a safe distance, displaying these invisible gases as clouds of smoke.
Avoid production stops with high-tech monitoring
Monitor high and low voltage installations, turbines, compressors, and other electrical, and mechanical equipment and identify potential problems before failure occurs. An anomaly can have serious implications on unmonitored processes. Ensure your equipment is working for you, not against you, with powerful inspection.