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Help with a T3

Hi guys I´m a volunteer firefighter in Chile and my unit has some issues with an used Bullard T3 we bought..we get a blurry image and somet…

Started by Juan Esteban Kunstmann

0 Mar 28, 2012

The 1st TIC Grab

I was curious if anyone knows who made the first grab useing a TIC in the U.S.A.? I was told that it was Bob Quick from FDNY Rescue 4 but…

Started by Andrew Brassard

1 Jan 1, 2011
Reply by John Forristall

Thermal Throttle....Good or needless luxury

Looking for pros and cons on thermal throttle. Is it a feature that is needed on cameras? Does it really assist a FF in his search and read…

Started by Sandy Lasa

13 Feb 23, 2010
Reply by John Forristall

H.O.T. Thermal Imaging training at F.D.I.C.

Hello Folks, I was just wondering if anyone was planning on attending the H.O.T. training this year in Indy. I recently joined the communit…

Started by John Forristall

2 Feb 11, 2010
Reply by John Forristall

videos of thermal imagers in use http://www…

Started by Kevin Galligan

0 Nov 26, 2008

Thermal Imager maintenace and upkeep

What type of daily,weekly, or monthly maintenace does your department do for it's thermal imagers? Do you cycle batteries? Function check?…

Started by Eric Hankins

1 Jun 20, 2008
Reply by Barry Aptt

Thermal Imaging Training

What type of INITIAL training does/did your department provide before putting a Thermal Imaging Camera (TIC) in service? Do you do any type…

Started by Eric Hankins

18 Jun 4, 2008
Reply by Eric Hankins

Thermal Imaging Contacts

Ok, well... I have posted on another discussion forum the fact that I am a TechRep for Morning Pride's Fire Warrior MicroTIC. I do not pla…

Started by Eric Hankins

0 May 6, 2008


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