February 20, 2023

Teledyne FLIR to unveil key utility solutions at Middle East Energy

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Teledyne FLIR, a US company which specialises in the design and production of thermal imaging cameras and sensors, is all set to showcase its electric utility solutions product portfolio at the upcoming Middle East Energy 2023 event in Dubai.

To be held from March 7 to 9 at the World Trade Centre, Middle East Energy provides a unique platform for energy leaders to debate and shape the future.

Experts from across the region and beyond will join forces to plot the best route through the energy transition.

A key subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies, the firm will have on display energy saving solutions such as FLIR HD Thermal Camera with Viewfinder, Industrial Acoustic Imaging Camera, Optical gas imaging camera, and Extech Test & Measurement Solutions for Utilities Industry.

According to the group, the ground-breaking product on display at the event is Teledyne FLIR T1020 HD Thermal Imaging Camera.

For decades, electrical and mechanical industries worldwide have recognised the importance of predictive maintenance programmes, with thermal imaging cameras playing a significant role in their effective delivery.

With an impressive temperature measurement range of -40˚C up to 2000˚C, up to 3.1MP resolution thermal imaging using FLIR’s UltraMax technology and a choice of 3 high-fidelity OSX precision HDIR lenses, the T1020 is a powerful tool for maintaining industrial systems.

Visitors at FLIR Teledyne stand will also get to experience new energy solutions and technologies and perfect their own energy strategies, stated the company officials.

A key highlight at the event will be FLIR Si124 industrial acoustic imaging camera which can help the customer detect partial discharge from high-voltage electrical systems up to 10 times faster than traditional methods.

Built with 124 microphones, this lightweight, one-handed solution produces a precise acoustic image that visually displays ultrasonic information, even in loud industrial environments. The acoustic image is transposed in real time on top of a digital camera picture, it added.


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