Palmer Wahl’s HSI250 Heat Spy thermal imaging camera has a 160 x 120 thermal array for a total of 19,200 individual pixels. It is designed for scanning and checking for dangerous and expensive overheating.
Fluke’s PTi120 pocket thermal camera can withstand a drop up to 1 m. It operates in temperatures between –20°C and 150°C. The 3 1/2-in. LCD touchscreen blends a visible light image with an infrared image to locate problems. The infrared resolution is 120 x 90.
Flir’s GF77a thermal camera is fixed-mount, uncooled, autonomous leak-detection camera designed specifically to visualize methane and other industrial gases. It includes Wi-Fi connectivity that enables companies to control and stream radiometric thermal data remotely. It includes environmental accessories for users to tailor the camera to their daily needs.
Flir’s TG267 thermal camera enables users to inspect equipment and identify problems from a safe distance by visualizing the hot and cold spots that can indicate larger issues. It has a temperature range of –13°F to 716°F. It features a multipoint laser pointer to indicate the area measured and a bright LED flashlight for working in dark, difficult-to-reach spaces.