Imager captures thermal anomolies
32-times electronic zoom, and the still or video images are stored via microSD or USB2.0.
The imagers detect thermal issues caused by problems in electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems; air conditioning; automotive manufacturing; and predictive maintenance.
Each IR pixel in the 80 x 80 array collects temperature information to create a two-dimensional thermal image. The unit also contains a perfectly-aligned 1.3 megapixel video camera that accurately focuses picture-in-picture fusion of visible and infrared images to simplify the detection and analysis of temperature-related issues.
There’s a 32-times electronic zoom, and the still or video images are stored via microSD or USB2.0. The USB or HDMI connector are used to simultaneously display images externally. A built-in laser pointer locates temperature faults.
Pushbutton controls access an easy-to-use drop-down menu for quick access to all camera functions, such as automatic detection of hot or cold spots in the image. Analysis and printing of images using the PC software helps with writing reports.
The THT45 provides a video image of the target and its surroundings, making it easier for users to locate overheating components on a printed circuit board.
The lightweight unit’s thermal sensitivity at 30 degrees C is 0.1 degrees C, and it has a minimum focal distance of 20 in.
Saelig is a distributor of test and measurement equipment based in Rochester, NY.