Seek Reveal Thermal Imaging

Seek Thermal™ products let you detect and visualize energy through thermal imaging solutions, sensors, and devices – on the job and beyond. Our focus is to connect this technology into your everyday life to solve real problems with infrared imaging. Thermal imaging can be an everyday tool, so engineers and contractors can do their jobs faster, smarter, safer and more profitably, so outdoorsman can complete a hunt safely and efficiently, so homeowners can make their homes energy efficient, the list goes on and on!  We’re helping a global audience see the advantages of thermal imaging – by helping them see the Unseen™ by introducing the Seek line of products.

Founded by industry pioneers who spent 40 years advancing the state of military and professional grade thermal technologies, Seek Thermal has developed a new breakthrough series of thermal imaging solution, sensors, and devices by the use of smartphones. See our new lineup, Seek Compact, CompactPro, and CompactXR.



Seek CompactXR Field and Stream

Seek Thermal XR

Thermal imaging devices are a hot subject these days. The problem is, some can set you back $3,000 or so. But Seek Thermal’s XR ­smartphone- compatible thermal camera and app can help you find a wounded animal after last light for one-tenth the price of some other units. The camera itself is hardly bigger than a box of matches, and you simply attach it to your phone via the charging slot. —S.L.W.

Seek Thermal top pick by This Old House

This Old House Top 100 2015: Best New Tools

By the editors of This Old House magazine

Seek Thermal

Plug this thermal camera into your smartphone, open its app, and look through walls, floors, and ceilings for gaps in insulation, water leaks, or—show-off!—cool spots on the grill.
Seek Best of Whats New Popular Science

Reported by Andrea Smith and Michael Nunez November 18, 2015

Seek CompactXR

The Seek XR Thermal Imaging Camera turns a traditionally expensive and clunky device into an affordable, pocket-sized iPhone or Android accessory. The small infrared camera is not as detailed as the thermal cameras used by handymen, but it more than gets the job done, whether that is detecting insulation leaks, frozen pipes, or taking some really far-out selfies.

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