Thermal Imaging Cameras

Thermal Imaging Cameras

Thermal imaging cameras are powerful, non-invasive tools used in a range of applications from building surveys to electrical fault finding. As official distributors for both FLIR and Testo we can supply thermal cameras to suit all budgets, ranging from entry-level point and shoot devices to more advanced units for professional thermographers.
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Manufacturer
  1. Chauvin Arnoux
  2. CorDEX
  3. FLIR
  4. Fluke
  5. Martindale
  6. Testo
Max Temperature
  1. ≤120°C
  2. ≤250°C
  3. ≤350°C
  4. ≤500°C
  5. ≤650°C
  6. ≤1200°C
  7. ≤1500°C
  8. 2000°C
Thermal Sensitivity
  1. ≥0.15°C (150mK)
  2. ≥0.1°C (100mK)
  3. ≥ 0.08°C (80mK)
  4. ≥0.07°C (70mK)
  5. ≥0.06°C (60mK)
  6. ≥0.05°C (50mK)
  7. ≥0.045°C (45mK)
  8. ≥0.04°C (40mK)
  9. ≥0.035°C (35mK)
  10. ≥0.03°C (30mK)
Thermal Resolution
  1. 80 x 60 pixels
  2. 120 x 90 pixels
  3. 160 x 120 Pixels
  4. 240 x 180 Pixels
  5. 320 x 240 Pixels
  6. 640 x 480 Pixels
Features
  1. Digital Camera Inbuilt
  2. MSX™ Feature
  3. Video Recording
  4. Digital Zoom
  5. Wi-Fi Inbuilt
  6. Add Voice / Text Files
  7. Humidity / Insulation Alarms
  8. Above/Below Visual Alarm
  9. Lens Interchangeable
  10. Lens Rotatable
  11. Meterlink™
  12. UltraMax™ / SuperResolution™
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About 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.

At the lower-spec end of the range, cameras provide a basic thermal image which tend to have a lower resolution and lesser temperature range. Nevertheless they still have multiple applications such as detecting overheating components in electrical installations, finding moisture leaks from HVAC systems, and detecting gaps in insulation in buildings.

Mid-range thermal cameras have greater thermal resolution and more advanced analytic capabilities. Typically, they feature an additional digital camera which can take visual images to go alongside the thermographs to enable easier analysis. There are even FLIR cameras that integrate digital visuals into the on-screen thermograph to create a more true-to-life image. Most of these thermal cameras have large internal memories and even wireless connectivity for simple data transfer.

Finally, the high-spec thermal camera models have specific applications in building surveying. Their extremely high resolutions, excellent accuracy, and large ranges enable them to pick out temperature variations throughout a structure.