Thermal Imagers

Thermal imagers are also known as thermal imaging cameras and are used to detect the infrared energy transmitted by various objects.They are used extensively in physiological activities.Thermal Resolution(pixels) is 225pi,76pi,800pi;IR Detector Resolution(pixels) is 5 x 15,320pi x 240pi,Array size/format is 160x120,384x288. They are robust and portable devices.They are employed widely in the industrial areas to find thermal hot spots.

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A Thermal imager is a non-contact temperature measurement device. Thermal Imagers detect the infrared energy emitted, transmitted or reflected by all materials -- at temperatures above absolute zero, (0°Kelvin)-- and converts the energy factor into a temperature reading or thermogram. A thermogram is the thermal image displayed by the camera of the object which is emitting, transmitting or reflecting the infrared energy. 

While spot infrared thermometers present only a single temperature at a single spot, these Thermal Imaging Cameras give you the whole picture, some up to 19,600 spots! Thermal imaging is the most effective method for finding problems or potential problems in a variety of applications across many fields. 


Allow the user to select multiple moveable crosshairs 

 Read the temperature of the fixed center crosshairs on the display 

Multiple color palettes

Rotatable (Articulating Lens) 180 Degrees

Super Resolution in Software, Laser Sharp(R) Auto Focus

5 Mega Pixel Visible Camera, Post Capture Image Editing, Color Alarm

8 Standard and Ultra Contrast(TM) Palettes

IR PhotoNotes(TM)

Spot Markers

Thermal And Visual Image Blend

Photo Capture On Micro Sd Card

Lens Cover



Thermal imagers allow users to measure temperature in applications where conventional sensors cannot be employed. Specifically, in cases dealing with moving objects ( i.e., rollers, moving machinery, or a conveyor belt), or where non-contact measurements are required because of contamination or hazardous reasons (such as high voltage), where distances are too great, or where the temperatures to be measured are too high for thermocouples or other contact sensors. The thermal imagers provide an image which shows the temperature difference of the object being measured. Hot spots can be seen immediately versus traditional infrared guns which average the area being measured. 




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