Thermal imaging camera

The high-definition 640 x 480 detector in the P640 delivers 307,200 pixels vs. 76,800 in an IR camera with a 320 x 240 detector. The P640’s image quality allows a professional thermographer to see much more image detail to help pinpoint or diagnose the nature of a problem, the company said. The P640 includes new, interchangeable lenses that further enhance the camera’s ability to ca...
By Staff August 1, 2006

The high-definition 640 x 480 detector in the P640 delivers 307,200 pixels vs. 76,800 in an IR camera with a 320 x 240 detector. The P640’s image quality allows a professional thermographer to see much more image detail to help pinpoint or diagnose the nature of a problem, the company said. The P640 includes new, interchangeable lenses that further enhance the camera’s ability to capture distant targets in high detail or view close up targets with a wide field of view. An 8-to-1 continuous digital zoom allows the user to take advantage of the camera’s high-definition image to pinpoint problems and understand their origin. The camera also includes an interchangeable, 1.3 megapixel visual camera, a large, swivel-mounted, 5.6 inch color LCD, tiltable viewfinder and a 3-hour battery, all in a light magnesium package.

FLIR Systems

www.flirthermography.com