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New from Pacific Sensor Technologies, IRI4030 High temperature range Thermal Imager

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article image New from Pacific Sensor Technologies, IRI4030 High temperature range Thermal Imager

Pacific Sensor Technologies , IRI4030 High temperature Thermal imager is an innovative thermal imager product, which offers outstanding imaging and temperature measurement performance together with the traditional Irisys features of flexibility, ease of use, and minimal cost of ownership.

Irisys has produced a thermal Image camera that is ideal for the thermographer and maintenance engineer alike; high quality images may be captured and manipulated offline or problems can be resolved on the spot. The camera comes with an industry leading 31/2” display and delivers price and performance that are unique to Irisys.

The IRI 4030 is especially suitable for use where high temperature measurement is required, such as in the petro-chemical, glass, cement, metal and refractory industries.

Pacific Sensor Technologies, IRI4030 High temperature Thermal imager has a tempera ture range of up to 900 deg C when filter is used 250 deg c without filter

Pacific Sensor Technologies, IRI4030 High temperature Thermal imager is ergonomically designed imager houses the complete un cooled microbolometer-based camera core together with a long life Li-ion battery pack. For ease of use the image is displayed on a large 31/2” colour LCD with LED backlight. Images can be captured using an MMC or SD card for recall and further analysis if required. Images can also be downloaded to a PC from the memory card for analysis, report generation and printing.

Pacific Sensor Technologies, IRI4030 High temperature Thermal imager Operation is designed for self-contained use, the camera is the ideal tool for all maintenance engineers. The high capacity, field replaceable, rechargeable Li-ion battery allows continuous operation for a full working shift. The IRI 4030 is fully radiometric; temperature measurements can be made over the entire image, and hot spots can be identified by use of a trigger activated laser pointer.

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