The Flir T400 thermal imaging series has the following features:
320 × 240 pixel resolution
The T400 series produces thermal images of 320 × 240 pixels.
The FLIR T400 series has a thermal sensitivity of less than 45 mK.
High-quality visible images
All models in the FLIR T400 series feature a 3.1-megapixel digital camera. This facilitates and speeds up observation and inspection.
Range of measurements
Depending on the model, the T400 series can measure temperatures between 20 and 1,200 degrees Celsius.
Interchangeable infrared lenses
The T400 series has a standard target of 25 degrees, with optional lenses of 6 degrees, 15 degrees, 45 degrees and 90 degrees.
The T400 series is equipped with standard video and USB outputs, as well as a removable SD card.
Creating MPEG-4 video files with visible and non-radiometric infrared images.
This feature combines visible and infrared images to make it easier to analyze.
Temperature-related audible and visible alarms
Temperature monitoring is easier and faster.
Image in picture
Overlay of the infrared image on the visible image. Change in scale, position and dimensions, depending on the camera model.
Voice and text annotations
Creating textual comments selected from a list or entered using the touch screen. Voice comments can be recorded through a built-in headset.
The touch screen can be used as a notepad to make sketches.
Sketch on image
Show the problem directly on the thermal image.
IR Radiometric Recording Streams
IR 16bit radio recording flow. visible sir PC (via USB) thanks to FLIR software
FLIR Systems uses a radiometric JPEG image format, which allows for later processing and reporting using FLIR software based on Microsoft Word®.
The 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD and stylus bring unprecedented interactivity and comfort.
Measurement points, automatic marking of hot/cold spots, isotherms, calculation of ∆T, depending on the camera model.
Transfer images to an external-USB device
Transfer images and reports directly from the thermal imaging camera to a USB stick.
Instantly creates reports in the camera, easy to transfer to an external USB device.
Multispectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX)
This innovative feature produces more detailed images than ever before.
Wi-Fi connection to a smartphone or tablet, via the FLIR Tools Mobile app (Apple iOS and Android), to process and share results and to control the camera remotely.
The functions vary depending on the model of the camera, please check the technical specifications of each model.
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