FLIR Systems have released a new range of entry level i-Series thermal imaging cameras which are all fully functioning infrared cameras.
The thermal imaging cameras are capable of a 2-metre drop (IP43) standard and can handle the wear and tear of knocks and scrapes.
FLIR i-Series thermal imaging cameras can be used to:
- Avoid unplanned shutdowns
- Confirm repairs
- Check electrical installations
- Identify electrical and mechanical problems
- Inspect building and plumbing work
Capabilities include instant, point-and-shoot JPEG infrared images that record temperature data and can either be stored internally or externally.
“Straight out of the box, it is literally ‘point-shoot-detect’ thermography to obtain high-quality infrared images that will immediately give you the infrared information you need,” said Roger Christiansz, Managing Director FLIR Systems.
FLIR i-Series can also:
- Detect hidden problems, make quick damage assessments and perform preventive inspections
- Survey buildings to find moisture and leaks
- Identify energy losses and poor insulation
- Spot electrical faults before it’s too late
- Produce instant infrared images of your findings
- Produce reports, analyse and document your findings with easy to use FLIR software