The Fotric 326 provides high quality radiometric images full of detailed thermal information in a handheld pistol-grip camera for investigative analysis
Saelig Company, Inc. (www.saelig.com) has introduced the FOTRIC 326 Thermal Imaging Camera – a rugged, durable, accurate, and portable handheld heat investigation device, designed for a wide range of equipment and infrastructure thermal diagnostic tasks. The 326 has a large aperture f1.0 IR lens for taking superior quality radiometric thermal images for professional use. The Fotric 326 has a –20degC to +650degC(-4degF to 1,202degF) measurement range to cover a wide variety of applications, especially when inspecting high-temperature objects. It offers an accuracy rating of ±2degC or ±2%, and a thermal sensitivity of 0.06degC (60mK). The Fotric 326’s thermal imager has a resolution of 384×288 to provide high quality, large radiometric images full of detailed thermal information. The adjustable focus lens facilitates precision imaging for objects of interest. The Fotric 326’s frame rate is 30Hz, faster than the 9Hz of many other thermal cameras. This gives smoother thermal images of rapidly changing thermal targets.
The 326 can produce a visible light image in addition to the thermal image, and allows picture-on-picture fusion of the two images to enable accurate problem location. User-defined temperature thresholds, audible and visual alarms of above/below temperature threshold, and adjustable focus make this a valuable thermal tool in an engineer’s arsenal.
The Fotric 326 has a useful built-in laser pointer to show exactly where the camera is pointed. Voice recording allows notes about the image to be saved audibly rather than handwritten. The audio message is saved with the thermal image and can be retrieved during post-processing.