Thermal imaging camera

  • 10-Jul-2012 05:54 EDT

Omega’s OSXL-T60 CE-compliant thermal imaging camera (FLIR T620) is claimed to have the highest thermal imaging resolution in its class. It also features Wi-Fi connectivity, which adds power to analysis, reporting, and sharing. Other features include thermal sensitivity (noise-equivalent temperature difference) of -0.05°C @ 30°C, temperature range of -20 to +650°C, a focal plane array detector with 640 × 480 pixel infrared resolution, interchangeable lens with 4× continuous zoom, METERLiNK wireless communication, and an SD card slot for image storage (more than 1000 radiometric JPEG images). Forward looking infrared (FLIR) tools software is included for analysis of radiometric images.

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