FLIR Systems opens up the infrared thermography market by introducing the InfraCAM, a new handheld thermal imaging camera for electrical inspections.
The new InfraCAM is a small, handheld, easy-to-use, very affordable but rugged infrared camera. It offers temperature measurement, image storage and analysis. The InfraCAM's uncooled focal plane array of 120 x 120 pixels provides a good-quality thermal image that is displayed on the camera's large and bright 3,5" colour LCD display. The camera has a fixed measurement spot in the middle of the image and comes with a fixed lens, which suits the majority of applications. The camera measures temperatures from -10°C to +350°C and detects temperature differences as small as 0,20°C.
It is controlled by only four buttons and a joystick, allowing the user to produce his first thermal images within minutes. In addition, the InfraCAM has a built-in Laser LocatIR to enable the operator to associate a hot spot in the infrared image with the real physical target, easily and safely. A long-life battery ensures more than seven hours of uninterrupted inspection.
The InfraCAM stores 50 infrared images in its internal memory. Images can easily be downloaded to a PC and inserted directly into standard Windows programs.
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