IR/INFO 2018 | 21 – 24 January 2018 | New Orleans, LA Burlington, NJ, USA — Infraspection Institute is pleased to announce an early registration bonus for exhibitors at its … Continue reading
Vendors Presentations and Reception XIV @ SPIE DCS via ThermoSense XL Online. — This session is now in its 14th year and has become very popular with attendees at SPIE’s … Continue reading
Abstracts due 9 October 201 Call for Papers ThermoSense XL: The Thermosense conference promotes worldwide exchange of information about research, uses and applications of infrared (IR) imaging technology. This includes … Continue reading
Deadline for abstract submissions is 31 July 2017 Online. — Infraspection Institute are pleased to announce that their annual Advanced Training Conference, Technical Symposium and Technology Expo on infrared thermography, … Continue reading
A free webinar by Telops 2 May 2017 | 10:30 am & 9:30 pm Eastern Time Online — Want to know how to choose the best infrared camera for your … Continue reading
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Standard for Infrared Inspection of Installed Photovoltaic (PV) Systems
Burlington, NJ, USA — Infraspection Institute has announced the release of a new standard titled, Infrared Inspection of Installed Photovoltaic (PV) Systems.
Covering both ground-based and aerial inspections, the new standard brings to ten the number of standards published by Infraspection Institute pertaining to infrared inspections and non-contact temperature measurement
Jim Seffrin, Director of Infraspection Institute, states, “We are thrilled with the release of our new standard. One of the most common requests among thermographers during the past two years has been a standard for conducting infrared inspections of installed photovoltaic systems. We believe that this standard is the first of its kind and are especially proud that Infraspection has once again responded to the needs of our industry.”
Dan Simon from GM Shares His Years of Successful IR Apps!!
Online — Dan Simon spent many years working with Infrared technology in the Labs and plants of General Motors and some of their suppliers. In this video and others he introduces us and a class of students to some of the key ways to successes that he proved worked.
It’s more than dealing with the technology involved. He had to prove that this technology saved his organization real money and justified his way into creating one of the best examples of a Job Done Right.
He helped create a model program that is the envy of many other NDT specialists, process analysis experts and thermographers world-wide.
There are several other YouTube short videos that accompany the one above and the entire program is available online for free, just by asking for the 1 hour plus video on DVD.
The other segments are shown below, but if you jump to the very last page in this series all the links are together on the one page (hint).