What is an IR window? Basically it is a crystal lens that allows broadband infrared waves to pass through it (as well as visible light). The lens does not however allow electrical current to pass through.
This is a post about the benefits of owning a thermal camera if you are a homeowner or contractor doing some light energy efficiency work. The following is what I observed when using a Flir i5 here at the office.
Whether you’re a plant/building MRO professional, electrical or HVACR contractor, or a building inspector, FLIR’s i-Series infrared (IR) cameras allow you to see what you’ve been missing.
Previously on Brady’s blog… we discussed FLIR’s new “How to Choose” video series and looked at the i-series as it pertains to mechanical and electrical applications. This post is also on the i-series but takes a look at its features with an eye towards building and home inspection applications.
Today’s post is a buyer’s guide to the FLIR i-series cameras (the first in a series of six by me) and also a summary of the key points outlined in FLIR’s new “How to Choose” series of videos.