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    Fifty Years in the Making.
    Introducing the Revolutionary FLIR T1K
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    Because moisture doesn't tell
    you where it's hiding.
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    FLIR ONE Personal Thermal Imager
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FLIR FX Outdoor Arrives at Apple Retail Stores in US, UK and Europe Product News

FLIR FX Outdoor Arrives at Apple Retail Stores in US, UK and Europe

Apple Retail Stores across the US, the UK and in several European countries will receive a great new addition today in time for early holiday shopping – the FLIR FX Outdoor camera. 

Equipped with weatherproof housing for outdoor video monitoring, the FLIR FX camera allows you to stream live HD video to a smartphone or tablet where you can quickly review a day’s worth of video in a minute with FLIR’s Cloud-based RapidRecap capability.

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New Premium Imaging Moisture Meter Finds Hidden Moisture Fast

New Premium Imaging Moisture Meter Finds Hidden Moisture Fast

Finding the source of a water leak or moisture intrusion isn’t always simple or obvious. The damage might be evident on a living room ceiling, but the source of the moisture could actually be coming from an upstairs bedroom window or shower leak. Sometimes you can’t see signs of moisture at all. Luckily FLIR just released the MR176 Imaging Moisture Meter Plus with IGM (Infrared Guided Measurement) technology, which shows moisture restoration and remediation professionals exactly where to measure. The MR176 has all the measurement capabilities needed to troubleshoot moisture issues fast and confirm it before pulling out the drywall saw.

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BBC Reports: FLIR Cameras Help Find Mystery Heat Spots in Egyptian Pyramids Hot Topics

BBC Reports: FLIR Cameras Help Find Mystery Heat Spots in Egyptian Pyramids

While searching for hidden chambers within the pyramids of Giza, Egypt, an international team of architects and scientists found "thermal anomalies" using FLIR's infrared cameras.

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