FLIR Systems has unveiled ThermaCAM T360, T400, B360 and B400 range, the new generation of portable infrared cameras, that sets new industry standards in affordability, usability and advanced technical features in a compact, handheld unit.
Designed as a replacement for the E-series, ThermaCAM delivers unique features such as multi-functional LCD touch screen and an integrated digital camera.
The ThermaCAM’s integrated imaging and full measurement features the ThermaCAM T/B series. T for industrial, B for building and construction the ThermaCAM is packed with full of innovative features that make using the camera a whole lot easier:
- Touch screen and sketching feature (using a stylus)
- Weighs only 880g
- Good infrared image quality (320 X 240 pixel resolution) integrated digital camera
- 120 degree tiltable lens unit for increased versatility
- Easy to reach command buttons
- Infrared and visual image fusion function
Built to suit a diverse range of professional infrared applications, ThermaCAM allows a seamless transition of imagery from thermal into visual and vice versa inside the screen, while retaining all measurement functions in both view modes.
Imagery is via a large hi-resolution 3.5 inch touch screen which allows for sketching and marking directly on the screen and simple handling of the camera¹s Reporter 8.2 software, a wizard based reporting suite with advanced image processing and temperature calculation functions.
ThermaCAM is ready for work and made to spot problems in plants, factories, buildings and worksites and will appeal to those working in:
- Product development
- Production quality assurance
- Electrical and building inspection
- Maintenance and repair personnel
ThermaCAM comes complete with a go-anywhere carry case including power supply, cabling, battery charger, LCD screen sun shield, battery, Quickreport software, SD card and user manual. The ThermaCAM range has been developed in response to an application driven market.
About infrared cameras:
Infrared cameras detect and measure heat which develops in virtually all electrical, electronic or mechanical applications.
Applied on a regular basis, thermal imaging improves product output quality and avoids cost-intensive failure of equipment and systems.
High energy costs and relevant energy efficiency legislation drives the application of infrared cameras in the building sector for HVAC issues and building substance assessments.