Flir Systems has announced the release of the latest high-performance thermal imaging camera in the T-Series range, the Flir T865. Designed to inspect mechanical equipment and the condition of electrical installations, as well as for research and development applications, the T865 offers thermal measurement accuracy of ±1oC (±1.6oF) or ±1%, an expanded temperature range (from -40oC to 120oC / -40oF to 248oF), and a larger number of integrated tools to optimize analyses. The purchase of the camera includes a free 3-month subscription to Flir Thermal Studio Pro and Flir Route Creator, as well as a one-month subscription to Flir Research Studio.
With a thermal measurement accuracy of ±1oC (±1.6oF) or ±1%, professionals can more confidently inspect and assess the condition of the equipment, regardless of the time elapsed between two inspections or changes in environmental conditions. By reducing measurement variation, companies can reliably prevent equipment failures and service interruptions in electrical substations, power generation and distribution sites, data centers, manufacturing plants, or mechanical and electrical installations. For people working in the field of research and development, improved accuracy provides the thermal measurement data needed to eliminate any approximation in scientific, research and design activities that rely on heat visualization.
The T865 offers professionals great versatility with fixed-to-wear and portable mounting options for indoor and outdoor work in difficult conditions. It also offers a wide range of lenses to inspect objects both near and far. The available 6o telephoto lens provides the necessary expansion capabilities for those who regularly inspect the status of small remote targets, such as overhead power lines.
For inspections through an infrared window, the available 42o wide-angle lens and camera transmission settings ensure a safe and accurate measurement of targets in speakers. For those who need an even higher level of detail, especially for micro components, the available macro lens, as well as the new macro mode, offer an enlargement of 2x compared to the standard lens. In addition, the detector's 640 x 480 resolution (307,200 pixels) or UltraMax's 1280 x 960 resolution (providing up to 1,228,800 pixels in Flir Thermal Studio Standard and Thermal Studio Pro) allow professionals to get sharp images.
Facilitate inspections and analyzes
To facilitate field inspection of several points with the T865, for example in electrical substations, the Flir Route Creator plug-in installed on the camera and inspection mode guide the inspector to important targets, which are planned ahead of the inspection, and document both qualitative and quantitative thermal data. As a result, inspectors spend less time in the field and have less difficulty creating investigative reports. Flir Thermal Studio Pro also allows professionals to process thermal images faster and create compelling reports for customers.
For research and development applications, when the T865 is connected to a favorite flir Research Studio operating system installed in the camera, an intuitive interface allows thermal data from multiple cameras and sources to be recorded simultaneously. The data can then be stored and shared in workspaces to facilitate exchanges between employees, saving time and reducing possible misinterpretation of data due to incomplete information.
The Flir T865 is available from Flir-approved distributors around the world.
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