NEW HotShot thermal imaging cameras with data entry and logging capabilities, will be demonstrated at Emona Instruments’ Stand 2203 at National Manufacturing Week at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre from May 27 to 30.
The thermal imagers are designed to go beyond point-and-shoot thermal imaging cameras, combining quality image production with powerful new, yet simple-to-use, features which allow data to be entered and logged onsite.
A qwerty keyboard is used to enter descriptive image file names, asset locations and inspection comments. Meanwhile, pull-down menus on a personal data assistant (PDA)-type touch screen record equipment type, diagnosis, repair recommendations and severity codes.
The thermal imagers also offer route-based inspections by prompting users about their next inspection.
The camera can also learn routes to provide a survey report that identifies future inspections and helps to manage asset histories and locate anomalies.
Additional features include a temperature range of up to 500°C, a high quality 160 x 120 microbolometer infrared image sensor with sophisticated pixel interpolation that increases display resolution to 240 x 180, in-built visible light camera, motorised focus, 2X digital zoom, 6 palettes, optional 3X telephoto and wide angel lenses and a set of measurement tools including up to five spot area and profile meters.
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