Using 360° Viewing:
- Rotate: Use top-to-bottom, side-to-side by use of mouse arrow.
- Zoom In: Double click on image.
- Zoom Out/Reset: Put photo at full zoom & then double click.
- ItemThermal Imager
- Temp. Range-4 Degrees to 212 Degrees F (-20 Degrees to 100 Degrees C)
- IR Detector Resolution320 x 240 (76,800) Pixels
- Thermal Sensitivity50 mK
- Picture In PictureYes
- Laser SightingYes
- Temp. Accuracy+/-3.6 or +/-2%
- Visual Light Resolution1.3 MP
- Display5" High Contrast Landscape LCD
- Field of View23 Degrees Horizontal x 17 Degrees Vertical
- Image NotationText
- Removable Memory CardCF
- File Formatsis2
- Multiple Lens OptionYes
- Spectral Response8 to 14um
- Focus Range0.15m to Infinity
- EmissivityAdjustable 0.1 to 1"
- Ambient Temp. Range14 Degrees to 122 Degrees F (-10 Degrees to 50 Degrees C)
- Data LoggingYes
- Image Frequency9 Hz
- IncludesFluke-TiR4/FT-20 (2LAZ9) Thermal Imager, Johnson 40-6861 (1YRV5) Tripod and Panasonic 26" LCD HDTV (4DNT2)
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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