Camera captures tiny temperature differences

3.2 MP image sensor.

May 2, 2015   by PLANT Staff

277_Wahl_Heat_Spy_150SeriesWahl Instruments Inc.’s Wahl Heat Spy a/z 150 thermal imaging cameras highlight minimal temperature differences.

A 160 x 120 detector produces 19,200 individually calibrated pixels with a thermal sensitivity of ≤ 0.05 degrees C.

A 3.6 in., 640 x 480 resolution LCD touch screen display is clear and easy to see. The 25 x 19 degree field of view with 3.2 megapixel CMOS image sensor captures visible light images, while an additional 0.5 x wide angle lens and one x2 telephoto lens enhance functionality.

Dual LED bulbs above the lens act as headlights for clear visible images even in low light conditions. Laser aiming pinpoints hotspots.

An 8 GB Micro SD card is included and is compatible with four viewing modes – visible, thermal, Picture-in-Picture and SpyLite. Bluetooth connectivity transfers files to a PC wirelessly and a headset connects to record and playback verbal image annotations.

Palmer Wahl is a manufacturer of industrial instrumentation technologies based in Culver City, Calif.

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