FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:FLIR) Bridges Market Gap In IR Thermometers With Its New Imaging Device

Chris Brown - September 30, 2014

Boston, MA 09/30/2014 (wallstreetpr) – FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:FLIR) introduced a new low-cost thermal imaging tool, the TG165 Imaging IR Thermometer that enables the measurement of invisible heat patterns and temperature.

The global leader and provider of advanced thermal imaging solutions yesterday announced the launch of its TG165 Imaging IR Thermometer. It is a compact, but powerful tool that enables viewing heat patterns and the measurement of accurate temperatures, the company said. The imaging module is an affordable solution that lets users store measurement data and images conveniently.


As a Marketwired article informs, the novel thermometer is developed around FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:FLIR)’s Lepton® micro thermal imaging camera core. The technology enables users to locate problem areas before beginning the measurement process. This is made possible by a special built-in spot temperature feature of the thermal imaging technology.

FLIR systems claims that the camera is not only convenient and user-friendly, but also affordable. The company says that the system allows the users to focus directly on the work with its intuitive point and shoot capability. The thermometer is fitted with dual rotating lasers that visually indicate the location and size of the object being measured. In addition, its on-screen crosshair helps mark the region on the thermal picture with extreme precision and accuracy. The TG165 is specially built for industrial professionals, such as electricians, contractors, maintenance workers, and even homeowners. To cater to industry needs, it is capable of withstanding a two-meter fall.

Addressing Market Needs

FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:FLIR) President and Chief Executive Officer, Andy Teich, said that the thermometer seeks to minimize the difference between currently available IR thermometers that support no imaging capabilities and the market leading thermal camera that the company offers.

Priced at $499, the TG165 is expected to available at most industrial tests devices retailers. The company said that it seeks to release the product across the globe within the early weeks of October.


Chris Brown

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