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Infrared Cameras - Fluke Corp. - Facility Management Product Release
FlexCam thermal imagers feature 320 x 240 pixel resolution and 5-inch high LCD display. The handheld thermal imagers include 25 micron, 320 x 240 un-cooled Vanadium Oxide microbolometer detector with a thermal sensitivity between .05 degrees C and .07 degrees C, on-camera interface, and optional wide-angle and telephoto interchangeable lenses. Temperatures can be measured up to 600 degrees C. Auto capture feature allows image capture at preset, timed intervals, or when target temperatures are reached. Some models come with expandable on-camera analysis tools including 2x, 4x and 8x digital zoom, movable on-screen spots and boxes, isotherms, automatic hot- and cold-point detection and enhanced annotation capabilities. Software suite of analysis, management and reporting tools comes standard.
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