Professional thermographers now have a greater choice with newly released T-Series models from FLIR Systems.
The new T620/T640 cameras boast the highest 307,200 (640 x 480) infrared pixel resolution available and a host of new features at an industry-leading price.
FLIR says the 640X480 advanced models give expert thermographers the tools they need to work quickly, accurately, and efficiently in industrial, utility, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and building diagnostics settings.
The new leading-edge T-Series cameras combine high resolution imaging with flexible ergonomics.
Features include a large 4.3” touch-screen and viewfinder, Wi-Fi connectivity to iPhone and iPad, 8x digital zoom, a 5 MP visible light digital camera as well as advanced analytics.
As part of the new launch FLIR has given its T335/365 and T425 cameras new high infrared resolution options up to 76,800 pixels (320 x 240) for increased accuracy over greater distances.
Among many other new features these cameras also now get Wi-Fi connectivity, 3.5”
touch-screen, advanced rotating lens ergonomics, P-i-P and thermal fusion overlays.
“The release of these new T620/640-Series cameras demonstrates FLIR’s unwavering commitment to our customer base, where we continually provide the best technology, most innovative features, and quality cameras at an affordable price,” says FLIR Systems Australia Managing Director, Roger Christiansz.
“The new FLIR T640/620 cameras give professional thermographers the highest thermal resolution and sensitivity for the best-looking images and most accurate temperature measurements, says Mr Christiansz. “Coupled with the 5 megapixel digital camera and LED lamp, you’ll get the sharpest visible light and thermal images you need to create the most effective documentation. See the results jump off the screen.”
The imagers offer 2 per cent accuracy, <0.04°C to <0.05°C thermal sensitivity, a 2000°C temperature range which represents the result of decades of global leadership and pioneering development in infrared technology, while offering professional-grade specifications and the best in human-factor ergonomics.
FLIR is also focusing on Wi-Fi to mobile devices like iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch to make simplify worklife.
Wi-Fi means no more bulky laptops to lug around, cables to connect or SD cards to swap.
Users can use the new FLIRViewer App (available on the App Store) to import images
from the camera, add more box areas and moveable spots and fine-tune images.
FLIRViewer enables you to generate comprehensive reports and share critical information immediately with decision makers on-site or by e-mail.
FLIR engineers and designers have worked hard on improving T-Series ergonomics. Capturing great thermal images high above your head or down near the ground no longer needs to be a back-breaking, knee-cracking calisthenics routine.
Now available with an ergonomic unique rotating optical block with interchangeable lenses, the T640 and T620 lets you easily tilt up or down along its 120° range of motion while keeping the touch-screen display right in front of you.
T640/620 are MeterLink enabled to ensure you are getting critical electrical load readings so you make the right call. Quantify the severity of electrical problems with MeterLink enabled clamp meters that use Bluetooth wireless communication to send data to the FLIR camera for annotation on stored thermal images.
FLIR Systems Australia Pty Ltd
Ph: 03 9550 2800