Useful for both building and general electrical inspections, the TG165’s wide 50-degree field of view makes it ideal for building applications. Frame an entire room’s wall in a single image:
The FLIR TG167 Spot Thermal Camera bridge the gap between single spot infrared thermometers and FLIR’s legendary thermal cameras. Equipped with FLIR’s exclusive Lepton® micro thermal sensor, these cameras let you see the heat so you know exactly where to target the measurement spot. Easily find unseen hot and cold spots for instant troubleshooting, and store images and data to show customers and include in reports.
This unit gives you the ability to quickly find problems in electrical systems or in building diagnostics applications.It’s All in the Details
Gives you quality image detail on even small connectors and wires
Designed primarily for indoor electrical inspection, the TG167 will help you easily find unseen hot and cold spots in electrical cabinets or switch boxes from a safe distance. The 25-degree field of view gives you image clarity on small details from a farther distance, including small connectors and wires.
|Imaging and optical data|
|IR resolution||80 × 60 pixels|
|Thermal sensitivity/NETD||< 150 mK|
|Field of view (FOV)||25° × 19.6°|
|Minimum focus distance||0.1 m (4 in.)|
|Distance to spot ratio||24:01:00|
|Image frequency||9 Hz|
|Detector type||Focal plane array (FPA), uncooled microbolometer|
|Spectral range||8–14 μm|
|Display||2.0 in. TFT LCD|
|Object temperature range||–25 to +380°C (–13 to +716°F)|
|Accuracy||±1.5% or 1.5°C (2.7°F)|
|Minimum measurement distance||26 cm (10 in.)|
|Color palettes||Hot Iron, Rainbow, Grayscale|
|Memory type||Micro SD card|
|Image storage capacity||75 000 pictures with included 8 GB Micro SD card|
|Memory expansion||32 GB SD card maximum|
|Saved image format||Bitmap (BMP) image with temperature and emissivity|
|Laser||Dual diverging lasers indicate the temperature measurement area, activated by pulling the trigger|
|Item Code||FLIR C2|
|Feature||Light, Slim, Pocket Size|
The FLIR C2 is the world's first full-featured, pocket-sized thermal camera designed for a wide range of building and electrical/mechanical applications. Keep it on you so you’re ready anytime to find and show hidden heat patterns that point out hotspots, energy waste, structural defects, plumbing clogs, HVAC issues, and other problems. The C2’s must-have features include MSX® real time image enhancement, high sensitivity, a wide field of view, and fully radiometric imagery to clearly show where problems are and verify the completion of repairs.
1.Light, Slim, Pocket Size
2.Brilliant 3" Intuitive Touch Screen with Auto Orientation
3.Built-In LED Spotlight
4.Large, simple image save button saves thermal, visible and MSX® image all at once
5.Power button designed for fast access
6.USB Micro-B Data Transfer
9.Intuitive User Interface
|Feature||Compact and easy to use|
FLIR is on a mission to make high quality thermal imaging cameras standard issue equipment. Not just one TIC for every truck, but for each crew member in it. Without sacrificing capability, ruggedness or reliability, the K2''s $1,350 (€1,245) price tag makes that more possible than ever before. But extreme affordability is just one benefit.FLIR K2 Thermal Imaging Camera Features
MSX® Multi-spectral Dynamic Imaging
The K2 uses FLIR''s patented MSX technology that embosses key details from the built-in visible camera onto thermal images, providing you with the extra perspective to help you stay oriented and safer while saving others.
Compact and easy to use
FLIR K2''s compact design makes it light and easy to attach to turnouts. A single large button makes the camera simple to activate even with heavy gloves on. And the bright LCD and intuitive interface helps you start seeing your way through dark, smoky conditions immediately, so you can stay focused on the critical job in front of you.
Rugged and Reliable
Engineered to survive the tough operating conditions firefighters face out on the call, the K2 withstands a 2-meter drop onto concrete, is IP67 water resistant, and is fully operational up to +500°F/+260°C (up to 3 minutes).
Multiple Image Modes
FLIR K2 can be set to one of seven different thermal imaging modes depending on the primary emergency service that you''ll be using the camera for. Switch between them using FLIR Tools software that you can
Multiple Firefighting Applications
Fire up the K2 as soon as you arrive on scene for the 360 size-up. Take it inside to see your way through smoke, keep track of others, and determine where to focus fire attack efforts. Find stranded victims faster. And scan for hot spots during overhaul.
Saves Much More Than Just Money
The K2''s new level of affordability makes powerful thermal imaging more accessible to more firefighters – a small investment that can help pay big dividends when it comes to safety, saving lives, and protecting property.
Type: Smoke Detectors
Usage: Industrial , Commercial
|Feature||Included 2-bay charging station makes it a cinch to stay prepared|
FLIR now gives you two new lower-cost, easier-to-use options without sacrificing the reliable clarity and performance that FLIR K-Series TICs are well-known for. The K33 and K53 feature FLIR’s FSX™ Flexible Scene Enhancement that intensifies structural and textural details in thermal images for better perspective and orientation to help improve situational awareness and give firefighters a greater sense of confidence and safety.
The K33 and K53 are the cameras of choice when you’re looking for high image quality without all the bells and whistles. Both power on ready to go so you can focus on the immediate challenges ahead.
Higher-res thermal imaging that were once exclusive to FLIR Kx5 models are now available on the new, easy-to-use K33 and K53. Both include real-time FSX Flexible Scene Enhancement that intensifies detail for greater visibility.
With the K33 and K53, FLIR now offers the firefighting and rescue community the broadest cost-effective range of high performance TICs – part of our mission to help you stretch your budget and put more of these essential tools into the hands of those who could use them most.