IR camera

  • 30-Jun-2008 09:50 EDT


Extech Instruments offers the compact Extech i5 IR camera for accurate thermal imaging and focus-free viewing. At 12 oz, the i5 monitors and detects the thermal condition of electrical system components to address problems before failures occur and can inspect hard-to-reach areas, while the high-resolution thermal images pinpoint problems. Users can check for overheating in electrical panels and transformers, and can identify faults in cooling and heating systems, as well as problems with motors, fans, and bearings. Features include accuracy of 2%, thermal sensitivity of 0.18°F, minimal user fatigue, rugged design, focus-free lens, and a 2.8-in color LCD. Standard options include a 512-MB 5000 image card with adaptor, Li-ion rechargeable battery with 100 to 240-V ac adaptor, and PC software.

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