Fluke’s TiS75+ thermal camera features asset tagging that enables users to compare asset images over time, a 384-by-288 infrared resolution and video recording, while working in temperatures between –4°F and 122°F. It also calculates dew point.
Megger’s TC3231 thermal camera has an infrared thermometer with a thermal imager. It has a range of selectable thermal-image color-palette options on its 2.2-in. display and high/low user preset temperature alarms. It works in temperatures between –4°F and 572°F.
Johnson Controls’ thermal imager performs skin temperature scanning while people are walking past it. Embedded, advanced facial-detection technology and rapid scanning times quickly alert operators to an elevated skin temperature reading. It features a 5-megapixel color/thermal camera with built-in, A.I.-enabled face detection technology that isolates the forehead.
Flir’s TG165-X is an all-in-one diagnostics tool with a spot temperature gun and thermal imager. It has two-camera technology and a laser-projected bullseye target that aids in pinpointing areas of concern. There is an enclosure for protection against dust and water and a drop-rating of two meters. It is designed for indoor and outdoor inspections.
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.