Flir I50 Thermal Imaging Infrared Camera With Laser __TOP__
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The FLIR i50 thermal imaging infrared camera features the latest infrared detector technology. FLIR i50 thermal imaging infrared cameras are lightweight (1.3 lbs) and allow for easy one-handed operation. The 3.5" LCD has razor sharp resolution; great viewing the convenient thumbnail image gallery. The FLIR i50 thermal imaging infrared camera features a visible light digital camera with up to 2.3 MP resolution. The LED lamps provide sharp images regardless of lighting conditions. The FLIR i50 thermal imaging infrared camera has a Fusion Picture in Picture (PIP) function which displays the thermal image super-imposed over a digital image with provides a clearer picture that can be more easily interpreted.
FLIR i50 Thermal ImagerThe FLIR i-Series infrared cameras are IP54-rated, making them suitable for use in harsh industrial environments. The cameras are ideal for predictive maintenance and planned inspection of electrical and mechanical systems to ensure they operate at maximum efficiency and safety with minimal energy consumption.Visible Light Digital CameraProvides sharp images regardless of lighting conditionsPicture in Picture (PIP) FusionDisplays thermal image super-imposed over a digital imageBright LED LightsAllow the visual camera and fusion to be used in poorly lit environmentsWide Temperature RangeFrom ﾖ4 to 662°F (ﾖ20 to 350°C) targeting electrical and industrial applications± 2% Accuracyreliable temperature measurementThumbnail Image GalleryAllows quick search of stored imagesLi-Ion Rechargable Batterylasts >5hrs continuous use; replaceableCopy to USBEasy upload of images from camera to USB memory stickLaser LocatIRﾙ PointerPinpoints a reference spot with a laserIR Window CorrectionSoftware settings allow you to account for transmission loss through IR windowsArea (Min/Max) ModeShows the Minumum orthe MaximumTemperature reading within the selected areaBright LED LightsExclusive, built-in illuminator lamps shed light on poorly lit sites. Low light areas like electrical cabinets, storage facilities, or night-time spots will create dark visual images that can hamper your ability to illustrate problems effectively. FLIR cameras ensure quality visual images regardless of job site lighting levels.Features:
The New Flir E30 infrared camera offers a 160 x 120 IR pixel resolution which gives 25,600 temperature measurements on each image.This model features and increased temperature range of -20°C to 250°C and a thermal sensitivity of 100mK or less that 0.1°C.The Flir E30 is a small and lightweigh infrared thermal imaging camera designed for those who require simple to use point and shoot camera. The New Flir E-Series Touchscreen Enables Faster Navigation For Quicker Results! The touchscreen gives you easy access to all the features & analytics tools on the new E-Series interface that takes full advantage of the entire 3.5" display. Use it to add moveable spots, perfect for analyzing a 3-phase electrical problems. Fine-tune the temperature range and image. Choose the right colour palette to enhance your findings. Large Backlit Buttons Another feature of the new E-Series cameras are the large backlit buttons which enable to user to work in low light levels but are also large enough to use when wearing gloves.
The New Flir E50 infrared camera offers the highest 240 x 180 IR pixel resolution available in its price range. This gives 43,200 temperature measurements on each image.This model features and increased temperature range of -20°C to 650°C making ideally suited to electrical & mechanical inspectionsWith WiFi & Bluetooth® as standard you can now seamlessly transfer your images to your iPhone, iPad or computer using the new Flir App. This enables you to view, edit and create reports on the go.With a thermal sensitivity of 50mK or less that 0.05°C it means that much smaller temperature differences can be seen. This added to the impressive 240 x 180 IR resolution gives amazing detail to your images.The Flir E50 is a small and lightweigh infrared thermal imaging camera designed for those who require a higher image quality and the ability to document their findings easily.The Flir E50 also includes a best in class 3.1 megapixel digital camera allowing visible images to be recorded in addition to the IR image and the ability with the Pip (picture in picture) function for a scalable IR image to be superimposed onto the visible image for added detail in your reports. The camera also includes powerful LED lights to allow you to take visible images in dark environments. The Flir E50 also features Meterlink allowing the transfer of data taken with the Extech EX845 clamp meter recording electrical meter readings direct to the image on the camera thus saving you the time of recording the measurements manually and the possible errors that can arise in matching them back to the image when compiling your report. Furthermore text comments can be added via the touch screen display and voice annotations of up to 60 seconds can be added to each image saving the need to make time consuming notes by hand.
Abstract:Thermal imaging has been a mainstay of military applications and diagnostic engineering. However, there is currently no formalised procedure for the use of thermal imaging capable of standing up to judicial scrutiny. Using a scientifically sound characterisation method, we describe the cooling function of three common shoe types at an ambient room temperature of 22 °C (295 K) based on the digital output of a consumer-grade FLIR i50 thermal imager. Our method allows the reliable estimation of cooling time from pixel intensity values within a time interval of 3 to 25 min after shoes have been removed. We found a significant linear relationship between pixel intensity level and temperature. The calibration method allows the replicable determination of independent thermal cooling profiles for objects without the need for emissivity values associated with non-ideal black-body thermal radiation or system noise functions. The method has potential applications for law enforcement and forensic research, such as cross-validating statements about time spent by a person in a room. The use of thermal images can thus provide forensic scientists, law enforcement officials, and legislative bodies with an efficient and cost-effective tool for obtaining and interpreting time-based evidence.Keywords: infrared; radiation; image processing; cooling function; pixel mapping; time-course; linearisation; sensor; camera characterisation
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