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FLIR announces availability of world’s first thermal imaging clamp meter

March 10, 2016

For a long time, electricians were forced to troubleshoot complex compounded problems by chasing down the cause – one electrical measurement at a time. A lot of the time the true source of the problem was never found, leading to call-backs from customers asking the electrician to fix the same issue over and over again. Not only did they waste time troubleshooting problems they thought they had resolved, but they also put their safety at risk without knowing what dangers they faced.

Today FLIR announced availability of the world’s first thermal imaging clamp meter – the FLIR CM174 Imaging Clamp Meter with IGM™ (Infrared Guided Measurement).

The CM174 600A AC/DC Clamp Meter has a built-in thermal camera that powers FLIR’s IGM technology, which visually guides users to temperature differences and pinpoints anomalies, so they can fix the system, not just the fault, to get the equipment up and running and ensure that it won’t go down again.   Electricians may even find new issues they didn’t expect to see, expanding their scope of work and resulting in more business. For instance, they might have a hunch that a faulty motor controller caused an equipment failure, but after using CM174 they discover that an overheating motor or a loose connection was to blame.

If an electrician is facing cluttered wires or scanning complex panels for hazards, he can stay at a safe distance and use IGM to show them the anomalies without reaching into the panel. And the narrow-jaw design and built-in work lights make it easier to clamp the meter around wires in tight spaces and in poor lighting conditions. The CM174 validates findings with advanced measurement features to help solve the most complex electrical issues, and is vital for checking repairs and ensuring problem areas have returned to normal.

Find out more about what CM174 can do at www.flir.com/CM174.

 

About FLIR Systems

FLIR Systems, Inc. is a world leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of sensor systems that enhance perception and awareness. FLIR's advanced thermal imaging and threat detection systems are used for a wide variety of imaging, thermography, and security applications, including airborne and ground-based surveillance, condition monitoring, research and development, manufacturing process control, search and rescue, drug interdiction, navigation, transportation safety, border and maritime patrol, environmental monitoring, and chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosives (CBRNE) detection. For more information, go to FLIR’s web site at www.FLIR.com. 

 

Biggest loser achieves career goals

February 22, 2016


Pinelape Peniamina the winner of The National College of Security Personnel and Technology biggest loser competition

It can be tough staying fit and trimming off the kilos but the students and staff at The National College of Security Personnel and Technology were determined when they launched their own biggest loser competition. 


In October 2015, 14 students signed up for the weight loss challenge and prize money was collected for the person who would lose the most weight throughout the follow...

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Axis introduces free tool for efficient product specification and solution design

February 22, 2016

Axis provides system integrators and installers with an intuitive new web application that reduces the time and effort needed to design complete security solutions. AXIS Site Designer works online and offline to recommend cameras and recording solutions for small and mid-sized systems. It includes easy to use templates for a variety of security requirements and gives interactive guidance on the selection of cameras, recording products and accessories needed for a complete surveillance solutio...


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Axis Acquires Leading Video Analytics Provider Citilog

February 2, 2016
Proven analytics technology strengthens Axis’ transportation offering to enhance traffic safety and efficiency.


“Citilog’s proven products complement our solutions for the most demanding requirements in the traffic sector,” said Ray Mauritsson, CEO at Axis.

Axis Communications, the global leader in network video, today announced the acquisition of Citilog, a provider of intelligent real-time video monitoring for traffic and transportation security and safety. The addition of their advan...

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FLIR and DJI Announce Strategic Collaboration to Enable Commercial Drones with Thermal Imaging Capability

December 23, 2015

FLIR Thermal Imaging to Be Integrated into New DJI Zenmuse XT Stabilized Camera

FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced a new technology collaboration with drone industry leader DJI Innovations. Under the strategic arrangement, the companies also announced plans to develop their first joint product, the DJI Zenmuse XT stabilized camera featuring FLIR’s thermal imaging technology for DJI’s Inspire 1 and Matrice aerial platforms.

Combining DJI’s Zenmuse stabilized micro-gimbal techn...


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Axis introduces two new bullet-style HDTV network cameras for difficult light conditions

December 11, 2015

AXIS P1435-E and AXIS P1435-LE offer high image quality with full HDTV 1080p resolution at frame rates up to 60 fps, and feature Axis’ Lightfinder technology as well as Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) - Forensic Capture, allowing them to master even the most complex and challenging light conditions. The new cameras are ideal for video surveillance of city squares, railway platforms, cargo loading bays, airport terminals and retail showrooms with large window fronts.

 

The new AXIS P1435-E and AXIS...


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KCS TraceME integrates LoRa™ for low budget, long range traceability

December 1, 2015

   
KCS BV, based in Dordrecht (NL) has extended its successful TraceME product line with a low-budget track-and trace module based on LoRa™ technology. 

The TM-900/N1C1 module is the latest development and low-budget range variant of the TraceME GPS track-and-trace product line. Targeted for tracking and tracing a variety of objects, even livestock, and for personal use.
The full version module is equipped with different technologies for traceability (e.g. GPS/Glonass, LoRa™, Bluetooth LE, ...

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Axis introduces its first PTZ dome camera with 4K resolution

November 17, 2015

Designed for top performance, AXIS Q6128-E combines award-winning design with ultra-high image resolution, four times greater than HDTV 1080p. Compact and suitable for both outdoors and indoors, the camera provides full scene fidelity and sharp images in all directions.

 

The new AXIS Q6128-E camera is suitable for both indoor and outdoor installations, in low light and challenging environmental conditions.


Axis Communications, the world leader in network video, today presents the latest add...


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Axis introduces an affordable bullet-style outdoor network thermal camera with powerful performance for analytics via ACAP

November 17, 2015

AXIS Q1941-E offers outstanding high contrast thermal images. It is the first thermal camera that supports both Electronic Image Stabilization, which helps reduce the effect of vibrations, and Axis’ Zipstream, which lowers bandwidth and storage requirements.

          
 
AXIS Q1941-E is the first thermal camera that supports both Electronic Image Stabilization, and Axis’ Zipstream technology

            

Axis Communications, the world leader in network video, today presents a strong addit...


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Axis’s Zipstream Compression Technology wins ASIAL CCTV Product of the Year

November 11, 2015

Australia, 11th November 2015 – Axis Communications, the market leader in network video, has won the Australian Security Industry Award for Excellence from the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL) in the CCTV Product of the Year category, for its Zipstream Compression Technology.

The award-winning technology, Zipstream, was developed in early 2015 specifically for video surveillance applications, to lower bandwidth and storage requirements by an average of 50% or more. It...


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