Download Infrared Emissivity Table apk 3.0 free for Android smartphone

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Infrared Emissivity Table

Posted by AES in Productivity | June 14, 2011 | 7 Comments

Apk file size: 627.0 KB

A simple set of emissivity tables for anyone performing infra-red temperature measurements or Infrared Thermography. A very handy tool for anyone with a FLIR, Fluke or other infrared camera/thermometer. When you need to adjust with an emissivity value- simply open the quick launch app and look up the value. No internet connection is required. You can also search for a material by typing in the first letters of the material type- the app will begin filtering results immediately.

Your reports will be more accurate than ever when adjusted with the correct value. Home, business, equipment, roof, mould and other inspections all need adjustment, but not all imagers have the correct value pre-installed.

Virtually all infrared camera (and some infrared thermometers) allow for manual emissivity adjustment; simply input the number and continue with your inspection.

Take your inspections to a more professional level by compensating each and every one of your images. Your customers will thank you.

Whats new

    This application has undergone a complete re-design in version 3.0. You can now search for generic values or very specific values.
    Specific values are separated in two groups- Metals vs Non-Metals.
    All materials can be filtered by typing the name of the substance you seek- results will filter automatically.
    Thanks for the feedback Yann, Nancy, Senkusha. Thanks to you the entire application was rebuilt. The tables were completely abandoned in favor of the new interface.

AES part of our Productivity and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update June 14, 2011. Google play rating is 27.0. Current verison is 3.0. Actual size 627.0 KB.

Download infrared-emissivity-table.apk 627.0 KB


John Bonitz

Nice tables, 4 stars I just bought an IR thermometer, and these emissivity tables are exactly what I was looking for! You might want to change that splash screen (the FLIR image) as it could be confusing to folks who don't know what emissivity tables are. The only reason I didn't give 5 stars is I'm still trying to figure out which of the hundreds of metal alloys you've listed is simple "tin-canium". Include tin can on your generic list, and I'll give you 5 stars and recommend it to all my cook-stove experimenter buddies.

A Google User

This app sucks. I paid $1.99 for it, thinking it was an infrared camera. All it is is a table of numbers. WASTE OF MONEY!

A Google User

Does not work Waste of money

A Google User

You can't zoom to read the tables. Also the picture is deceiving, there is no infrared functionality.

A Google User

Worst app ever. Waste of $$$

Tony Rossi

Very useful, but.. For me the information in the app is indispensable but there is something wrong with the layout. Only a very small part of the screen is being used, the far left, making the text very small with most of the info being split across two lines. Please fix and I will change my rating to 5* Thanks.

haans Ch

The list is helpful BUT almost unreadable Please fix this issue with an update or something.

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