Test and measurement equipment: thermal imaging cameras

Test and measurement equipment thermal imaging cameras

New York — Thermal imaging camera test equipment from General Tools & Instruments (General) is available with the new “PREDATOR” Series (GTi10/20/30/50), offering outstanding benefits and value. Ideal for revealing hidden heat- or cold-driven processes and problems, the test equipment Predator Series cameras can detect very small temperature differences from a distance by converting an object’s invisible infrared radiation to a visible color image. These visual thermal signatures help diagnose equipment malfunctions and poor performance more effectively than IR thermometer readings. General’s models offer a range of sophisticated features all at a best-in-class price.
 
The thermal imaging camera test equipment is currently available in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, and these hi-tech instruments can generate significant long-term savings by helping professionals quickly and easily:
•    identify areas of poor HVACR and other machinery performance
•    locate invisible or inaccessible thermal leaks and pinpoint leak sources (e.g., in piping or ductwork)
•    inspect integrity of thermal insulation
•    reveal overheated electrical circuits
•    check/monitor combustion or temperature-controlled processes
•    assess the “thermal envelope” of any building
•    detect specific areas of energy loss (e.g., around/through windows, doors, radiators, roofs)
•    support maintenance and repair efforts by documenting problem areas
 
General’s thermal imaging cameras are a strategic investment and typically pay for themselves in a short period of time. The cameras’ manual focus, optional interchangeable lenses and high resolution provide more accurate images and assessments than competitive models. They generate powerful, convincing images (called thermograms) and related data that help contractors and technicians document findings, design solutions and convince clients or managers to authorize the recommended repairs. Temperature data is displayed numerically and as an infrared colorized thermal image. The user can assign a range of colors to signify specific temperature ranges. On-camera analysis tools increase operator efficiency by allowing real-time access to and collection of all relevant data. Included software enables more detailed analysis, such as data interpretation and two-dimensional image or video creation.

For more information about General or other thermal imaging cameras, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.



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