Tharmal-Camera

Tharmal Camera

An infrared imaging camera able to “see” and “measure” thermal energy emitted from an object. Thermal or infrared energy is a part of the electromagnetic spectrum that we perceive as heat, unlike visible light. Every object having temperature above absolute zero emits heat. Even very cold objects, like ice cubes, emit infrared energy.

A thermal imaging camera is a precise non-contact instrument which scans and visualizes the temperature distribution of entire surface of machinery and electrical equipment quickly and accurately.

Nearly everything gets hot before it fails. This makes infrared cameras extremely cost-effective, valuable diagnostic tools in many diverse applications. And as industry strives to improve manufacturing efficiencies, manage energy, improve product quality, and enhance worker safety, new applications for infrared cameras emerge continually. Vehicle exhaust system

Varied Measurement Ranges:
-20 to +250 °C, -20 to 350 °C, -20 to 650 °C,-20 to 1200 °C,-20 to 2000 °C
Accuracy: ±2 °C
Various Screen Resolutions:160 x 120; 384 x 288; 640 x 480
Thermal sensitivity:<0.7 °C to <0.1 °C

Features:

  • Laser Pointer
  • Colour Palettes for user friendly viewing
  • External Window Correction
  • Free Software
  • Touch-Screen LCD
  • Area Min/Max with Auto Hot/Cold spot marker
  • Manual focus/ auto focus lens
  • Images saved on miniSD card
  • USB interface: Data transfer to and from PC
  • Long, 4 hour battery operation.
  • Visual camera