FLIR Systems today announced the TG165 thermal image thermometer, a powerful, economical and compact tool that allows you to see invisible thermal problems, measure temperatures accurately, and record images and measurements to fuel its reports.
Equipped with the Lepton sensor - FLIR's revolutionary infrared sensor - the TG165 saves time when it comes to troubleshooting. It combines a single-point IR thermometer with the power of the thermal image, in a robust and compact form that can be used by all. This unique combination of technologies speeds up diagnosis and problem solving, as it becomes easy to find hot or cold spots safely.
Fast and easy to use, the TG165 is ready to support users; no prior training is required. Its two lasers frame the measured area, and the cross indicates the center. The TG165 is designed to withstand a 2-metre drop: it's robust enough for industrial use but simple enough to be enjoyed by DIY enthusiasts.
"The TG165 fills the gap between today's IR thermometers, monopoints without images, and market-leading FLIR thermal imaging cameras,"said Andy Teich, CEO of FLIR. Building on our new Lepton sensor, which is revolutionary in price, size and low fuel consumption, the TG165 transforms one of the most widely used measurement tools into an exploration instrument. Maintenance operators, contractors, electricians, heaters and individuals can now solve electrical and heating problems quickly and easily. »
The TG165 will go on sale in early October at a price of EUR 499 HT at selected FLIR dealers around the world. Among them, Testoon in France.