IR imaging in building
The B400 infrared camera is designed for detecting energy loss from buildings. The camera is used to scan equipment and structures and measure and display heat. Thermal images are then produced for monitoring or quantitative temperature analysis.
By detecting anomalies often invisible to the naked eye, thermography allows corrective action to be taken. It can also be used to improve operational safety in many industrial environments and increase building efficiency.
The camera can be used to perform a building energy audit covering: building envelope thermography; air tightness testing; door seal inspection; wall seal heat loss inspection; leak, humidity detection; floor heating thermography; heating thermography inspections; moisture thermography inspections; roof moisture thermography; dew point thermography inspection; ceiling and wall insulation failure; minimising energy loss; and saving money.
The unit’s high-resolution 320 x 240 infrared detector (76,800 pixels) delivers smooth images. Its advanced signal processing reduces image ‘noise’ and produces sharp thermal images.
The device has both auto and manual focus, making it easy to use. A powerful one-touch 8x continuous digital zoom lets users zero-in to the optimal view. The unit comes with a built-in standard 25° lens with the option of adding on a 45° wide-angle or 15° telephoto lens.
Features include: it is easy to use; gives a full image of the situation; performs inspections when systems are under load; identifies and locates the problem; measures temperatures; stores information; tells users exactly what needs to be fixed; and can find problems before they occur.
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