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Discover the Technology behind FLIR's First Uncooled Methane Gas Detection Camera

The New GF77 GasFindIR G77 is the first uncooled optical gas imaging thermal camera designed for detecting methane.

Now, with the advancements of newer technology that relies on uncooled detectors and spectral filters, it expands the available OGI offering to include a much more cost effective option.

But what are these technologies, how do they work and what advantages or limitations do they have? Gain a better understanding with these three informative whitepapers from the experts at FLIR:

Explore FLIR's GF77

The GF77 handheld camera offers inspection professionals the features they need to find potentially dangerous, invisible methane leaks at roughly half the price of cooled gas inspection thermal cameras.