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CAMARAS TERMOGRAFICAS (FLIR) – PERSPECTIVA INTRODUCTORIA DEL TEMA


The information below outlines the unique and powerful features that contribute to Series infrared cameras´ outstanding performance.

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To achieve true high quality images three cornerstones need to be in place; a detector with high resolution and sensitivity and a high quality powerful lens. For the FLIR P-Series the combination of a very powerful lens and high sensitivity detector generates the best image available of all performance cameras.

High Definition Images

interchangeable lenses Powerful and interchangeable infrared lensesA large diameter lens means more IR radiation reaches the detector, resulting in high quality IR images. The high precision germanium lenses in the P-Series have integral USM focusing mechanism and are designed to take full advantage of the 640×480 pixel FPA detector. The P-Series features a standard 24º lens and optional 7º, 12º and 45º lenses.
640x480  640×480 pixel resolutionHigher resolution improves your inspections providing higher accuracy of measured temperatures spotting even small objects from a distance. This is of critical importance to many thermographers who need to minimize risk of missing faults that can develop to catastrophic failures.

320 x 240 Resolution2
With higher resolution a hotspot appears more clearly, also the temperaturemeasurement is more accurate.

With a higher resolution camera you cover a bigger object with only one image. With lower resolution more images are needed to cover the same area with the same level of details in the image.

<45 mK High sensitivity
The thermal sensitivity in the FLIR P-Series ranges from 40 mK (P620) to < 30 mK (P660) depending on model. The higher the sensitivity is the better the camera is to capture the finest image details even at low temperature differences. High detector sensitivity is particularly important for building applications where temperature differences are typically lower.

Sensitivity 1 Sensitivity 2
Image above, taken with different detector sensitivity, show differences in IR image quality.

 

1 and 2                                         
The image shows how even electrical wiring (1) in the wall appears clearly in images taken by a FLIR P660. A cold area is spotted above the window (2).
Image Quality High quality visual camera
All P-Series models include an integrated 3.2 Mpixel visual camera, fixed lens, autofocus and lamp for shooting in dark environments.
  Contrast Optimizer (only P660)Contrast OptimizerThe Contrast Optimizer is a unique feature that enhances infrared images of objects having a lot of fine details. It optimizes automatically the brightness and contrast adjustment to make it easier to make thermal analyzes of detailed objects. Contrast Optimizer is an advanced military image processing technology for the first time implemented in a commercial infrared camera.
High Sensitivity Measurement rangeElectrical applications demand a higher measurement range that e.g. building applications.  The P-Series measures temperatures from -40ºC to +500 ºC.

Power / Functionality

remote control Remote ControlRemote ControlWireless remote control is an optional feature compatible with P660, P640 and P 620. It comforts and safety for hazardous measurements or inspections in remote places. Supports WLAN and MPEG video on remote.
GPS Built in GPS

GPS
Embedded GPS tags in the the IR images allows you to zoom in on exact locations and speed up repairs.

FLIR embedded Geographic Positioning System (GPS) automatically documents satellite coordinates. The system enables technicians to view, analyze and directly localize infrared images from many different locations easily and quickly. It will also guide inspection and field repair teams to the correct location.
Infrared images become geo-referenced and can be loaded into the Reporter software, offering links to available map and satellite imagery information systems (like Google® Earth) that indicates the geographic location of the images. P660 only – and upgraded versions of P620 & P640.

Laser locator Laser locatorA conveniently located button activates the laser locator that will help you associate the hot or cold spot in the IR image with the real physical target in the field. 

Lasor Locator

Point camera so the laser indicator is on the hot spot in the IR image (blue arrow).
The laser is now pointing on the hot spot on the real object (red arrow).

Flexible interfaces Flexible InterfacesEasy access to composite video connection, USB, FireWIre, and a direct connection to charge the battery inside the camera.
MPEG4 MPEG-4 videoCreate visual and infrared non radiometric MPEG-4 video files
thermal fusion Thermal FusionFLIR’s Thermal Fusion, merging visual and infrared images, allows for easier identification and interpretation of infrared images. On the FLIR P660 camera, the overlay function operates in real time.

P Fusion 


Define whether to display areas above or below a predefined temperature threshold, or a temperature interval.

Fusion above Fusion Interval Fusion Below
PiP Picture-in-PictureCreate an infrared overlay on your visual image. Scalable, moveable and resizable. This feature helps to spot and highlight sensitive or dangerous temperature developments and makes report interpretation easy

even for a person unfamiliar with infrared.

PnP

 

                                                
Picture-in-Picture allows a clear overview of this high voltage installation.
Text/Voice Annotations Text and voice annotationsText comments can be uploaded to the camera through a wireless IrDa interface. A headset can be connected to make voice annotations.
Thumbnail gallery  Thumbnail image galleryAn easy-to-access thumbnail image gallery helps you to quickly review and find your infrared images.
radiometric JPEG Radiometric JPEGFLIR uses a non proprietary radiometric JPEG image format that allows for post processing and report writing with Microsoft Word® based FLIR software. Single image/periodic storage.
battery life Intelligent battery systemThe Li-Ion battery of the P-Series gives the user autonomy of over 3 hours IR inspections. The battery can be charged while still in the camera, in a 2-bay charger or in a car.
Focus  Automatic focus and Manual focus, Digital zoomDual focus possibilities including autofocus.

Ergonomics / Ease of Use

 

viewfinder Tiltable viewfinderThe high-resolution viewfinder is tiltable and can be adapted to the individual user. It is an absolutely necessary feature for outdoor use as it shows a very sharp image without influence of ambient light and reflections.
LCD Screen Large LCD screenSuper size 5.6” foldable high-quality LCD screen allows you to see the smallest details and temperature differences.
IP54 IP54 standardThe P-Series meets the IP54 standard, is dust-proof and water splash-proof, and is designed to be used in harsh industrial environments and weather conditions.
Temperature Temperature sound, image alarmsMake surveying easier and faster.
measurement modes Measurement modes• Movable measurement spots 
Automatic hot/cold detection; auto hot or cold spot meter markers within area
Isotherms; an isotherm replaces certain colors in the scale with a contrasting color, which simplifies detecting a problem. Detect high, low and interval temperatures. An isotherm has a width and a temperature level which can be moved and stretched up and down in the scale.
ΔT (Delta T) calculation (FLIR T400/B400 only). ΔT means the difference of the results between two measurement tools or one tool and a manually set reference temperature.
Object parameters; possible to input values for emissivity, reflective apparent temperature, relative humidity, distance and atmospheric temperature.
Insulation Alarm
An isotherm highlights the temperature distribution in a transformer.
 
Insulation Alarm
A Delta T calculation shows that the temperature difference between Area 1 (Ar 1) and Spot 1 (Sp 1) is 151 ºC. The image is taken of the volcano Etna in Italy where a permanently mounted FLIR A-Series camera is registering its activities.
multi-angle handle Multi-angle handle with integrated direct access buttonsA turnable control grip allows you to use the camera in the most comfortable position. The buttons and joystick to control the camera are integrated in this handle and always stay right underneath your fingertips. Functions like auto focus, freezing and storing of images are just a button away.
direct access Programmable direct access buttonsFor increased flexibility the operator can program buttons located on the top of the camera to change color palettes, emissivity settings or temperature ranges, or activate analysis tools such as spots and areas.

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