Compact Design, Radiometric Imagery Allows Fast Troubleshooting for Building Professionals
March 13, 2015
FLIR Systems Inc. has announced the introduction of its FLIR C2 pocket-sized thermal camera, designed to help building professionals see hidden heat patterns that can reveal sources of energy loss, signs of structural defects, and plumbing issues.
The a50 and z50 Heat Spy Inspector series thermal-imaging cameras have a measurement range of -4° to 356°F (-20° to 180°C) temperature accuracy of greater than ± 2 percent of reading or ± 2°C. The temperature scale is user-selectable to C, F, and K.
Fluke Corp. is introducing its VT02 Visual IR Thermometer, a troubleshooting camera with an infrared heat map. The VT02 is designed to fill the gap, for when a single-spot temperature reading isn’t enough and a high-resolution thermal image is more than users need.
Ideal for revealing hidden heat- or cold-driven processes and problems, the “Predator” Series Thermal Imaging Cameras can detect very small temperature differences from a distance by converting any object’s infrared radiation to visible color images.
Fluke Corp. introduces the Fluke® VT02 Visual IR Thermometer, a troubleshooting camera with infrared heat map. This one tool combines the visual insight of a thermal imager with the point-and-shoot convenience of an infrared thermometer.