Beha-Amprobe’s infrared camera offers point-and-shoot thermal imaging technology
19 Jun 2018
The new Beha-Amprobe IRC-110-EUR infrared (IR) camera, designed for the professional, offers point-and-shoot functionality to give a visual heat map image for quick and accurate identification of temperature related issues.
It can be used to troubleshoot electrical connections and motors/drives, HVAC, mechanical and automotive applications, and insulation leaks around buildings to identify potential energy savings.
The thermal camera offers a visual image with five blending modes with the IR heat map overlay (at 0%, 25%, 50%, 75% and 100%) providing a quick indication to the actual hotspot location.
The focus free feature provides a centre-point temperature measurement, with hot and cold markers instantly identifying the hottest and coldest spots within the image.
The Beha-Amprobe cameras are suitable for use in industrial maintenance, commercial facility maintenance, oil & gas maintenance, reliability inspections, building diagnostics, utilities and in research and development.