Triplett Highlights IRTC400 Thermal Imaging Camera
Triplett Test Equipment, a leading maker of test equipment tools, highlights the IRTC400 Thermal Imaging Camera, ideal for finding leaks and hot spots in electrical, HVAC, automotive, and facility applications.
The thermal imager has a 120 x 90 pixel (10,800) thermal detector with ≤60mk Thermal Sensitivity (NETD) that displays both center spot and high/low temperature tracking. The imager’s sensors allow it to detect mechanical breakdowns, water leaks and moisture buildup, heat loss from missing insulation and faulty windows/doors, and more. The 2.4″ (61mm) focus-free, color TFT display shows imagery in 320 x 240 resolution with multiple color display palettes including Ironbow, Rainbow, White-Hot, Black-Hot, Rainbow HC, and Lava.
The imager has a temperature range of -4 to 752°F (-20 to 400°C), a built-in LED worklight, and user programmable audible and visual high/low temperature alarms, making the imager customizable and ready for use in any environment. The on board-image gallery allows users to view images (.bmp) on-site or transfer them to a PC via USB interface.
Additional features include an easy-to-use 4-button menu, auto power off with disable, a real time clock/calendar, 3.7V rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery, and a 1-year warranty.
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About Triplett Test Equipment
Founded in 1904, Triplett Test Equipment is a leading provider of test and measurement tools and instruments. Triplett customers benefit from over 100 years of innovation and problem-solving expert solutions across a range of industries. Triplett tools help professionals in electrical contracting, voice/data/video (VDV) telecommunications, CCTV/security video installation and maintenance, water damage restoration and more. Triplett is based in Manchester, NH and is a part of Jewell Instruments.
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