High-Performance Thermal Camera Family Squires New Member

Expanding the T-Series family of thermal cameras, FLIR Systems’ FLIR T840 offers a brighter display and an integrated viewfinder to help users find and diagnose failing components in any lighting conditions.  The T840 features an ergonomic body, a vibrant LCD touchscreen, and a viewfinder to make it easy to use in any lighting conditions.

 

The 464x348-resolution camera incorporates FLIR advanced Vision Processing, including patented MSX image enhancement technology, UltraMax, and proprietary adaptive filtering algorithms. It also offers an optional six-degree lens that allows accurate temperature measurements on small targets at far distances, such as connectors on overhead distribution lines. Also, on-camera measurement tools include one-touch Level/Span and laser-assisted autofocus.

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With a 180-degree rotating lens platform, the T840’s ergonomic design helps users reduce the strain of full-day inspections and diagnose hard-to-reach components at substations and on distribution lines. For more information, checkout the FLIR T840 page.

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