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Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera: Model TIR2
DISCONTINUED. This model has been replaced by the TVS-200
Detector Type: Microbolometer Uncooled Focal Plane Array (MUFPA)
Detector Pixels: 320 x 240 pixels
Spectrum Range: 8-14 microns (8,000nm - 14,000 nm)
Temperature Range: -10˚C to + 350˚C (14˚F to 660˚F)
Thermal Sensitivity: 0.08˚C
Special Resolution: 1mRad
1. F0.68 Range: ±1˚C ±1% (-10˚C≤X≤110˚C)
2. F2.90 Range: ±2˚C ±2% (110˚C≤X≤300˚C)
Temperature Measurement Ranges:
1. F0.68 Range: -10 ˚C to 110˚C
2. F2.90 Range: 110 ˚C to 300˚C
Display: 4 Inch TFT color LCD
Image Storage: 256MB Compact Flash (CF) card can save 1,000 images, parameters and voice notations.
Image Replay: Can replay saved images and measure temperature.
Voice Annotation: Voice notations can be replayed with images.
Interface: USB CF reader included. Image and voice data may be transferred to PC for subsequent analysis with supplied software.
Palette: 256 level pseudo colors. User can choose from predefined color palettes or create custom palettes.
Battery: Rechargeable Sony Lithium Ion Batteries included with worldwide 100 - 240 volt charger.
Battery Life: More than two hours. A "Power" message will appear at bottom left of LCD screen when battery is low and a voice alarm will notify was well.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please make sure you have read our information sheet about thermal IR cameras at Thermal Cameras
The TIR2 can display images in a variety of user defined color pallets. The unit automatically measures and displays two temperatures in DegC at the bottom of the screen. The first measurement is the temperature at the cross-hair location; the second measurement is the highest in the scene. A second set of cross-hairs automatically jumps to the highest temperature location. A color pallet bar on the right hand side informs the user of the color to temperature relationship.
A cat looks at the camera.
The user can define color pallets to represent various temperatures.
Cold is black. Hot is red. Notice the cat's nose is the coldest while the ears and eyes have the greatest heat loss.
This is the same picture as the previous one but the temperatures have been represented as dark = cold and red = hot.
The same picture again but with red=cold and black = hot.
Car headers exhausting into collector pipe.
Heat loss from a house. Notice heat is being lost from roof, windows and front door.
Recently shut down Mercedes S600. You can see some heat reflecting off the pavement (blue) to the hottest parts of the engine (red).
Child looking at camera
Suburban with engine running. The headers and exhaust are the hottest points glowing pink and red.
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