Therm-App Blog

Therm-App at the SHOT show & Safari Club International convention

Posted by Victor Saunders on Jan 2, 2017 7:45:38 AM

 



Therm-App®  is excited to be exhibiting at two major outdoor industry events coming up  this winter 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada.


SHOT Show: January 17-20, 2017 Sands Expo Center, Las Vegas, Nevada

The Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade Show is the largest and most comprehensive trade show for all professionals involved with shooting sports, hunting and law enforcement.

With international re-sellers from over 100 countries attending. It’s a great opportunity to test all the latest products from Industry leaders in the field of firearms, optics, ammunition, law enforcement, and much more.

Therm-App is excited to introduce Therm-App® PRO  .  Unparalleled combination of excellent performance and affordability in a portable, lightweight device.

Come visit our team  (booth N329) and hear about our exciting distribution opportunities. 

For more information, including scheduling a meeting with our distribution manager please send us your details   HERE.

 

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Therm-App at the RMEF Hunter and Outdoor Christmas Expo

Posted by Bill Simmons on Sep 26, 2016 6:55:31 AM

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Android Thermal Camera INFOGRAPHIC

Posted by Bill Simmons on Sep 1, 2016 12:25:58 PM

Thermal Imaging Cameras have become standard equipment for many applications. The use of Thermal Cameras is increasingly popular, and today’s technology has allowed for large advancements in the field. Enabling the creation of a high quality Android Thermal Cameras.

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Topics: INFOGRAPHIC

Drones and Thermal Cameras

Posted by Victor Saunders on Jun 29, 2016 7:37:49 AM

Originally used primarily for military applications, the popularity of drones has increased over the last several years. With their advanced technological capabilities, thermal cameras have added to the versatility and popularity of these revolutionary gadgets, creating many new possibilities. Some applications which are benefitting from this union are:

  • Agriculture
  • Recreational
  • Security
  • Search and Rescue
  • Building inspections

Over time, drones have become much more compact, and what once was a very expensive piece of equipment has now become an affordable gadget in the consumer market.

 

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Topics: Drones and Thermal Cameras

Android Thermal Cameras

Posted by Victor Saunders on Jun 8, 2016 9:02:03 AM

Android Thermal devices aren’t just the latest cool gadget. They are an effective tool many professionals can utilize in their everyday work and which can improve their lives and productivity on a daily basis.

Manufactures worldwide have made continuous efforts to make thermal cameras smaller, more efficient and more affordable. The most recent advancement in this direction is the Android thermal camera.

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Thermal Cameras for FireFighters

Posted by Victor Saunders on May 31, 2016 6:43:09 AM

Thermal cameras  for fire fighters is a must. Helping them to see through smoke, darkness, and other visual barriers that normally make their jobs extremely difficult and dangerous.

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Topics: Search and Rescue, Fire Fighters

Using Thermal Cameras for Hunting & Outdoors

Posted by Bill Simmons on Apr 17, 2016 1:19:10 PM

 

The advantage of thermal imaging cameras is that they don't need light to give you an image. They detect infrared radiation that results from varying temperatures, meaning that you don't need light to "see" your prey or the subject of your interest. This is why  a they are ideal for wildlife observation and many outdoor activities. 

 

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Topics: Hunting, outdoors

Use of Thermal Imaging In Veterinary Care

Posted by Victor Saunders on Apr 17, 2016 1:11:17 PM

Animals are unable to explain to us when they hurt or ache. Many times this can result in late diagnostics when they are injured, which in some cases can even lead to fatal results for the animal.

Using a thermal imaging camera to check animals has many advantages. The latest thermal technology has made these devices a standard tool for veterinary diagnostics.

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Topics: Veterinary

Thermal Cameras For Search and Rescue Operations

Posted by Victor Saunders on Apr 17, 2016 10:23:29 AM

How can a Thermal Camera help in Search and Rescue Operations?

Search and rescue operations are extremely complex, and often need to be conducted in harsh environments or hostile conditions. Taking advantge of the latest thermal imaging camera technology can assist rescue personnel in carrying out safer and more efficient operations.

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Topics: Search and Rescue

Thermal Imaging for HVACR

Posted by Victor Saunders on Apr 14, 2016 1:17:36 PM

Heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems require regular maintenance. When working properly, the machines must keep humidity levels and temperature within certain parameters, while effectively filtering out pollution. Using thermal imaging helps determine that these machines and their components are operating properly and that air quality is not compromised, ensuring optimal performance.

The practice of using Thermal Imaging Cameras have  become extremely popular in this industry and has proven to be a valuable tool for diagnostic and preventive maintenance in all types of HVACR (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration) applications. Using the latest technology, Opgal® has created compact Thermal Devices that provide early detection and allow solutions to be carried out before breakdowns occur.

The simple operation requirements and low cost of some of Therm-App® thermal cameras make them an ideal tool for the HVACR industry.

Thermal Imagers can identify:

  • Poor circulation in radiators
  • Discontinuities in pipe routes in under floor heating systems
  • Leaking pipes
  • Poor performance of mechanical and electrical units
  • Airflow distribution
  • Temperature distribution

A Thermal Device detects and measures different temperature scales. In addition, when the device is coupled with software it can create a fast and accurate report of their inspection.  

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Topics: HVACR