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Subject Topic: The BIM IR Thermometer Target
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Pat EiC
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Posted: 15/March/2005 at 7:52am | IP Logged ***Hi Spider***

IR thermometers, a neat little prop in the Ghost hunting realm, but is there a way to actually make this prop a handy tool? After thinking long and hard about this question, the BIM Team decided to get to work on a way to turn the IR Thermometer into a useful and handy tool during paranormal investigations. As we all know, IR Thermometers are designed to take surface temperature measurements. The IR Thermometer is not capable of measuring the temperature of air, it is a surface only measuring device. The BIM Team has put together the "BIM IR Thermometer Target".

 

 



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Posted: 15/March/2005 at 8:01am | IP Logged ***Hi Spider***

Behold, the "BIM IR Thermometer Target" (insert heavenly music here.... Well? Start the music already... Would somebody start the damn music... Ahhhhh forget it.. Would have been perfect too). The IR Thermometer attaches to the device with a velcro pouch. The target area is a sheet of aluminum foil that is clamped into place (the clamps allow easy replacement of the aluminum sheet). The target is light weight and balanced (when an IR Thermometer is attached) and also has a small light on the front and back of the target (the front light warns others as you enter a room and the back light allows the ghost hunter to see the temperature readings). The "BIM IR Thermometer Target" is painted "caution yellow/black" to further make the target visible during investigations.



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Posted: 16/March/2005 at 6:51pm | IP Logged ***Hi Spider***

Does it have to e that ugly color though? What about black... or grey... why fruit stipe gum color?

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Posted: 16/March/2005 at 7:30pm | IP Logged ***Hi Spider***

Folks, notice he's tuff when he's home, safe in his house with no possibility of a ghost scaring him?

It's caution yellow (you wussy) because is makes it more visible in dark locations, thereby warning others that you are entering/exiting a room. Hey chicken, Casper the Friendly Ghost is on, do you need mommy to watch it with you so you don't get scared?

Yes folks, HollowedOut is Chris, our Scared Mortician.



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