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#61-846 61-848 ND-7521-3UK Page 1 of 27 HeatSeeker 160 and HeatSeeker 320 Dual View Thermal Imaging Camera Instruction Manual Safety Warning: The equipment described in this document uses a Class 2 laser Under no account should anyone look Test and Measurement FLIR Introduces Thermal Camera for Electrical Professionals FLIR has added a thermal camera to its TG series line to help electrical professionals to reduce the time to perform diagnostics FLIR Systems Inc announced the FLIR TG267

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When viewed by thermo graphic camera warm objects stand out well against cooler backgrounds humans and other warm-blooded animals become easily visible against the environment day or night With thermal imaging power lines maintenance technicians locate overheating joints and parts a telltale sign of their failure to eliminate potential hazards

3 Fluke Corporation Electrical inspections using thermal imaging NETA (the InterNational Electri-cal Testing Association) provides guidelines for thermal inspec-tions of electrical equipment in the new ANSI/NETA MTS-2007 and for newly-installed equip-ment ATS

Test Meter are suppliers of Electrical Test Equipment Quality test meters test equipment and electrical testers from Megger Metrel Seaward Kewtech and FLIR We stock a full range of electrical testers ranging from 18th Edition testers accessories to PAT

Implement the safe installation of electrical wiring and equipment with FLIR thermal imaging cameras Known for crystal clear imaging scan large areas quickly pinpoint any errors and avoid dangerous situations by verifying adequate equipment installation and ensuring code compliance

A thermal imaging camera allows you to quickly scan large areas looking for hot spots on machinery or electrical systems that could indicate a potential problem Diagnose the Source of the Problem With built-in meter features such as LoZ mode and in-camera temperature analysis options FLIR's range of professional tools helps you quickly diagnose problems and get to the job of fixing them

Thermal Imaging Cameras

Thermal imaging cameras are an extremely useful tool for multiple applications across the engineering motor electrical marine and HVAC sectors We stock a wide range of cameras from FLIR Testo Chauvin Arnoux Martindale and Fluke which vary in thermal resolution temperature measurement range and analytic capabilities

Thermal imagers enable us to see the heat signatures associated with high electrical resistance long before the circuit becomes hot enough to cause an outage or explosion Be aware of two basic thermal patterns associated with electrical failure: 1) a high resistance caused by poor surface contact and 2) an over loaded circuit or multi-phase imbalance problem

Thermal imaging cameras are also essential for measuring wasted thermal energy and potential gaps in thermal insulation Infrared cameras assist in ensuring equipment is functioning correctly and efficiently using thermal images to identify issues early to prevent equipment break down which can be costly

Thermal Imaging Cameras and other specialized Test Equipment Specialized Products offers infrared thermal imaging cameras with a wide range of temperature detection (to +2192 F) fixed or manual focus improved thermal sensitivity IR-Fusion or MSX

Extech MO297 Moisture Meter with MeterLinkNon-invasive moisture and humidity detection within buildings use MeterLink to transfer results to a FLIR infrared camera and add them to thermal images during building inspections thermal-camera uk is a trading name of Test Meter Group Limited Test Meter Group Limited 1 Aston Court Town End Close LEEDS LS13 2AF UK

A Basic Guide to Thermography Method Of Inspecting Electrical Equipment (on photo: Technician use thermal imaging camera to check temperature in factory) The increase in temperature in an electrical circuit could be due to loose connections or a worn bearing in the case of mechanical equipment

FLIR FLIR Systems Inc announced the FLIR TG267 thermal camera for electricians HVAC/R technicians building inspectors and mechanical engineers This feature-rich addition to the entry-level TG series line offers improved sensitivity and resolution to help professionals dramatically reduce diagnostic time and begin repairs more quickly

A thermal imaging camera allows you to quickly scan large areas looking for hot spots on machinery or electrical systems that could indicate a potential problem Diagnose the Source of the Problem With built-in meter features such as LoZ mode and in-camera temperature analysis options FLIR's range of professional tools helps you quickly diagnose problems and get to the job of fixing them

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The FLIR CM275 clamp meter combines thermal imaging with electrical measurement into powerful inspection troubleshooting and diagnostic tools Through Infrared Guided Measurement (IGM) the CM275 provides a reliable way to identify hot spots and overloaded circuits from a safe distance

Thermal imaging cameras are also essential for measuring wasted thermal energy and potential gaps in thermal insulation Infrared cameras assist in ensuring equipment is functioning correctly and efficiently using thermal images to identify issues early to prevent equipment break down which can be costly

Extech MO297 Moisture Meter with MeterLinkNon-invasive moisture and humidity detection within buildings use MeterLink to transfer results to a FLIR infrared camera and add them to thermal images during building inspections thermal-camera uk is a trading name of Test Meter Group Limited Test Meter Group Limited 1 Aston Court Town End Close LEEDS LS13 2AF UK

A Basic Guide to Thermography Method Of Inspecting Electrical Equipment (on photo: Technician use thermal imaging camera to check temperature in factory) The increase in temperature in an electrical circuit could be due to loose connections or a worn bearing in the case of mechanical equipment

Thermal imaging camera rental options from JM Test Systems Most units include factory software for downloading and creating reports using pictures JM Test can rent a variety of thermal imagers to cover any temperature range from -4 to 2192 JM Test System's