Posted on September 1, 2008 - ( views)
The i-Series thermal imaging cameras - the i40, i50, and i60 - offers infrared diagnostic capabilities designed to help in-house plant maintenance, electrical and HVAC technicians, building inspectors, and pro thermographers alike find problems faster and more easily. It allows the user to precisely blend an IR image with a visual reference image on a large 3.5'' color LCD for easier diagnostics and more compelling reports. The built-in visual camera offers up to 2.3 megapixel resolution for rich details coupled with a built-in illuminator lamp to ensure quality images even in poorly-lit sites. The 2% accuracy and a thermal sensitivity of <0.1Â°C at 25Â°C deliver accurate and conclusive findings. Infrared detectors ranging from 120x120, 140x140, to 180x180 pixels lead the class in IR resolution.
for academic teaching and industrial research labs
optimised for industrial R&D applications
for building trade fault-finding jobs
between meters and ifrared cameras
diagnosis of thermal problems
doubles up for PM inspection
image stream feature
increased sensitivity rating
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