Thermal imaging systems specialist, FLIR Systems Australia presents a new line of IR windows designed to enhance safety and efficiency in electrical infrared inspections.
Infrared technology leader FLIR has introduced the IRW-Series IR windows to reduce the risk of hazardous arc flash incidents to technicians while opening electrical cabinets to perform IR and visual inspections of live components.
Compatible for all thermal cameras, the new FLIR IR windows can be placed between the technician and the energised equipment to eliminate the need for opening enclosures.
FLIR IR windows can be combined with FLIR thermal imaging cameras featuring integrated visible light video, lamps and a laser pointer to enable technicians to complete the job single-handedly.
Easy to install as well as use, FLIR IR windows help technicians work faster with greater confidence, perform inspections more efficiently, reduce the threat of arc flash injury and stay within compliance regulations.
Key features of FLIR IR windows:
- Secure, permanently-hinged cover opens easily with one hand, allowing easy handling
- FLIR’s broadband crystal lens allows cameras to capture visible light pictures and thermal images
- Allows LED and laser illumination to pass straight through for clearer visual assessments
- Easy installation with only one hole to be created for each window
- PIRma-Lock locknut technology
- Quick access hinged cover can be released easily using a thumb screw
- Lens encased in rugged, anodised aluminium frame allows indoor and outdoor scans
- Transmits short, mid and long wave IR images
- Supports visual inspections and fusion features
- Significantly reduces inspection time for more efficient assessments within NFPA 70E guidelines
- Eliminates need for cumbersome PPE
- Withstands arcs, vibration, and extreme humidity Meets UL, KEMA and TUV standards and ratings
- Limited lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects