Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging

Speeds up problem identification in thermography

  • by FLIR
  • January 18, 2013
  • Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging
    Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging

Flir Systems has introduced Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX), a new patent pending technology for its T450SC / 650SC Series IR cameras to aid identification of thermal breakdown problems. Based on the supplier's on board processor that provides thermal image details in real time, the software adds visible spectrum definition to IR images in real time. The resultant thermal image clarity makes it easier to identify anomalies, allow more detailed analyses to be done and conclusions to be drawn in a split second. The software ensures easier identification of problems without compromising radiometric data quality. The new technology embosses digital camera detail onto thermal video and stills. It eliminates the need for a separate digital image in your reporting.

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