Flir InfraCAM SD thermal imaging camera available from TechRentals can be used for proactive condition monitoring of electrical systems tool which detects hot spots, avoids electrical failures and increases safety.
Why use a thermal imaging camera?
Equipment failure can be costly, dangerous and disruptive to just about any business, let alone a critical operation.
Infrared thermography has applications as a preventative maintenance or diagnostic tool for manufacturers and other similar organisations.
How thermal imaging camera is used?
Many equipment heats up before it fails, so early detection of even the slightest temperature change enables you to take the equipment offline, diagnose the fault and make any necessary repairs, at the most convenient time for business.
Proactive preventative maintenance is also usually more cost-effective both in repair costs and operational down-time, than unexpected equipment breakdown.
Why use the Flir InfraCAM SD thermal imaging camera?
The InfraCAM SD quickly and easily scans entire electrical systems-inspect areas that cannot be easily reached with other tools.
This model can instantly detect and document faulty connections, fuses, circuit breakers, wiring and other electrical components for immediate repair- enhancing productivity and safety and averting unscheduled system shutdowns.
A maintenance-free advanced uncooled FPA infrared detector produces highly sensitive thermal images; these allow you to detect subtle temperature variations that can signal faults in electrical components.
- 7.5 to 13 µm spectrum range
- Fully radiometric jpeg image storage and new quick report thermal imager software
- Operating temperature range of -15°c to +50°c
- Instruments measurement temperature range of -10°c to +350°c
- Up to 1,000 crisp, high-quality images on a bright 3.5” LCD
- 120 x 120 resolution
- 7 hour battery operating time
- Download images easily to a PC
- IT network personnel
- Road and transport
- Petroleum and utilities