Thermal Imager
 
 
Thermal Imagers
Thermal imaging, also called thermography is the means by which humans may see in the infrared portion of the spectrum(roughly 900–14,000 nanometers or 0.9–14 µm). Thermographic cameras detect those radiation and produce images of that radiation. Infrared radiation is emitted by all objects above temperature of -273 degree Kelvin. The amount of radiation emitted by an object increases with temperature, therefore thermography allows one to see variations in temperature.

We have a fantastic range of thermal imagers available with us, with outstanding image quality with whose help you can monitor even the minutest temperature difference.

The description for our thermal imagers is as below.

Model: Thermal Imager
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  Feature
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Detector size (in pixels) 160 x 120 320 x 240
Thermal sensitivity (NETD) < 80 mK < 50 mK < 60 mK
Temperature measuring range -20 °C to +280 °C -20 °C to +350 °C
Image refresh rate 9 Hz 33 Hz*
Standard lens 32°
Exchangeable telephoto lens 9° - ( ) ( ) - ( ) -
Rotatable display - - - - -
High temperature up to 550 °C - - - - ( ) ( )
Auto Hot/Cold Spot Recognition
Min-/Max on Area calculation - - -
Isotherm function - - -
Display of surface moisture via manual input - -
Voice recording - - -
Integrated digital camera -
Integrated LEDs - - - -
Motor focus - - -
Laser** - - -
 
( ) Optional Standard
* within the EU, outside 9 Hz ** excepting USA, China and Japan.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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