AEMC – 1950 Infrared Thermography Camera (Resolution 80 x 80) -20 to 250 C degrees

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Datasheet - AEMC - 1950 & 1954 IR Cameras

Description

The Thermal Imaging IR Camera Model 1950 is equipped with infrared thermography detection technology that has become an indispensable means ensuring safety in industrial production. It is used in sectors of industry as diverse as metallurgy and steel-making, electric power, petroleum, automation, the exploitation of natural gas, and transportation, and in other committed professions such as fire-fighting and border surveillance. Infrared thermal imaging provides a real-time non-contact inspection method. This detection method does not require you to shut off power, shut down the machines or interrupt production. It can diagnose latent malfunctions in advance, and so forestall their occurrence and prevent production incidents. Thermal imaging is an innovative non-contact evaluation technique that is safe, reliable, and rapid.

  • Spectral range 8 to 14 micrometers
  • Resolution 80 x 80
  • Focus-free with 20° x 20° field of view
  • Temperature range -20 to 250 degrees Celsius
  • 2.8″ LCD screen
  • Exceptional 13-hour battery life
  • Quick startup in under 3 seconds
  • User configurable emissivity table
  • Renaming the images and thermograms by site
  • Storage Micro SD and SD HC card
  • Recording and storage of configuration according to your applications (building, electrical cabinet, etc.)
  • Verbally record your comments directly to the image
  • Connect to Clamp-on Meters and Multimeters and record necessary electrical measurements simultaneously with your thermograms
  • Comprehensive software included that offers all the necessary functions for reliable analysis of the measurement results
  • IP54