Teledyne FLIR

Producing thermal imaging systems since the 1970’s, the FLIR brand was acquired by Teledyne Technologies in 2021 and continues to be one of the leading brands in the field. With a focus on producing products to enhance perception and awareness, FLIR is well renowned for bringing innovative thermal and visible-light imaging solutions to the global market.

In more recent years, FLIR has expanded its range to include a number of other test and measurement instruments and tools. Alongside its industry-leading selection of thermal imaging cameras, the brand also boasts a wide range of digital multimeters, clamp meters, infrared thermometers, insulation testers, moisture meters, anemometers and instrument accessories.

Trusted by governments and organisations across the world, FLIR has established itself as a provider of powerful tools to those in the intelligence, security, industrial, electrical and manufacturing industries.

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