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Thermal Imaging Devices

Release Time 2022-08-08

What is Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging is a technology that captures infrared radiation and creates an image based on the heat that is emitted by objects in the image. Thermal imaging can be used to detect issues with equipment, find people or animals in distress, and help to solve crimes. Thermal imaging cameras are used in a variety of industries, including law enforcement, firefighting, construction, and health care. 

How Thermal Imaging Works

Thermal imaging is a process that creates an image of an object by reading the infrared radiation that it emits. This radiation is invisible to the human eye but can be detected by special cameras. The technology works by detecting the temperature difference between objects. Hot objects emit more infrared radiation than cold objects, so they appear brighter in a thermal image. 

Advantages of thermal imaging

Thermal imaging has many advantages for both personal and professional use. Thermal imaging cameras are used to detect heat signatures, which can be used to identify people or objects in the dark. They are also used to find problems with electrical wiring, HVAC systems, and other equipment that generate heat. Thermal imaging can also be used to find leaks in insulation and roofs and to locate wildlife. 

Find and Repair Leaks

Leaks can cause a lot of damage, especially if they're not repaired quickly. Finding and repairing leaks is important to maintain your home or office and keep your energy bills down. Thermal imaging can be used to find leaks because they cause an increase in temperature. Once the leak is located, it can be repaired using a variety of methods. 

Find Faulty Wiring and Overloaded Circuits

Inspection of electrical wiring is an important part of preventative home maintenance. Thermal imaging can be used to find faulty wiring and overloaded circuits. This technology allows technicians to see the heat generated by electrical current and identify potential problems before they cause a fire or other hazard. Thermal imaging can also be used to diagnose other problems with electrical systems, such as short circuits and ground faults. 

Identify problems with HVAC systems before they become bigger problems

HVAC systems are critical to the comfort and safety of a building's occupants. Thermal imaging can help identify problems with HVAC systems before they become big. By identifying and fixing small problems, thermal imaging can help keep HVAC systems running smoothly and efficiently, saving money on energy costs in the process. 

Identify problems with roofs, such as leaks or insulation defects.

If you are like most people, you probably don't think about your roof until there's a problem. And by then, it may be too late. That's where thermal imaging can help. Thermal imaging is a process that uses an infrared camera to create images of heat radiation. This allows inspectors to identify problems with roofs, such as leaks or insulation defects. Thermal imaging can also help determine the age of a roof and whether or not it has been properly insulated. 

Hunting: Thermal imaging can be used to track game animals.

Thermal imaging is a technology that allows people to see in the dark and in low-light conditions. Thermal imaging can also be used to track game animals. Using thermal imaging, hunters can see the animal's body heat, making it easier to track the animal. Thermal imaging can also help hunters determine the animal's location and how close it is to them. 

T Series Thermal Imaging Cameras

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Guide Sensmart's handheld thermal imaging devices are compact and convenient inspection tools to use thermal imaging in a professional setting. They are very affordable and allow you to perform specific duties, such as building diagnostics, HVAC inspections, electrical system inspections, and much more.

These handheld devices are equipped to boot up in 1 second, saving you time while you perform your diagnostics. The imaging screen displays the maximum and minimum temperature alarm and pictures on a 2.4-inch screen. The device is sleek and modern, and ergonomically designed. Guide Sensmart's portable thermal camera buttons are easy to operate, even while using gloves. Taking photos is as easy as pressing a button.

For those that use thermal imaging devices for their job, it's likely you need to use them for longer periods or frequently throughout your day. Luckily, Guide Sensmart's devices hold an 5-8 hour battery charge. The low power consumption allows you to use this device for your entire work day without having to charge it frequently. Not only that, but these devices are quick-charging, ready for use in just 2 hours.

Pinpointing a target is essential in getting accurate thermal readings. These devices' target is able to precisely locate a finite point and read its temperature.

If you're prone to accidents, these thermal handhelds are designed to withstand up to 2-meters while still maintaining their function and structure.

Specs

T120V

120x90 IR resolution

>8Hrs Operating time

One second turn on

IP54 Encapsulation

T120

120x90 IR resolution

>8Hrs Operating time

One second turn on

IP54 Encapsulation

Guide Sensmart's thermal imaging devices are a must-have for inspections of all types. With their ergonomically designed structure, using these devices will be a breeze. If thermal imaging is part of your profession or a tool you use for a hobby or at home, try one of Guide Sensmart's portable devices today. 


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