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IR-Cam 6xx
  The THV 6xx series is the pinacle of the THV product line. This system is state of the art in every way. No other system can match it for accuracy, reliability and ease of use. We have a very limited supply of like new demo models in stock at fantastic savings to you. Contact us for more information.
This infrared image clearly shows an area of moisture infiltration in a high ceiling of a residential structure. This classic pooling effect is usually indicitive of moisture rather than improper insulation. Moisture damage like this can lead to mold conditions if not properly fixed.
This image shows a wider area of moisture infection but not as high a degree of water saturation. The small degree of temperature differential (around 3 degrees F) indicates this situation. The Thermovision series of imagers is an excellent choice for this type of inspection.


» Specifications » 3D Model


Detector  Focal plane array (FPA), uncooled microbolometer 320 X 240 pixels 
Spectral Range  7.5 to 13 µm 
Field of view/minimum focus distance  24° x 18°/ 0.3 m 
Image frequency  50/60 Hz non-interlaced 
Thermal sensitivity  0.08 °C at 30 °C 
Spatial Resolution (IFOV)  1.3 mrad 
Electronic Zoom  1 - 4 times continuous 
Focusing  Automatic or manual 
Visible Camera  Built-in digital visual 640 x 480 
Video output  RS 170 EIA/NTSC or CCIR/PAL composite video and S-video 
Viewfinder  Built-in, high-resolution LCD (TFT), Optional LCD panel 
Temperature range  -40 °C to +120 °C (-40 °F to +248 °F) Range 1 0 °C to +500 °C (+32 °F to +932 °F) Range 2 
Optional temperature ranges  up to +2000 °C (3632 °F) 
Measurement modes  Spot (up to 5), area (up to 5), isotherm, line profile, Delta T 
Accuracy  +/- 2 °C, +/- 2% 
Automatic emissivity correction  Variable from 0.1 to 1.0 or select from listings in pre-defined materials list 
Atmospheric transmission correction  Automatic, based on inputs for distance, atmospheric temperature and relative humidity 
Optics transmission correction  Automatic, based on signals form internal sensors 
Image Storage Type  High capacity PC-Card, ATA compatible (160 MB min) 
File format - thermal  14-bit radiometric IR digital Image (IMG) including header with all relevant radiometric data. 8-bit 
File Format - thermal 2  8-bit standard bitmap (BMP), image only or image with screen graphics. Every image stored in both fo 
File format - visual  Standard bitmap (BMP); visual image(s) linked with corresponding thermal image(s) 
Voice annotation of images  Up to 30 seconds of digital voice "clip" stored together with the image 
Text annotation of images  Predefined and field-editable text selected and stored together with image. Up to 12 text fields/ima 
Lens Options  Field of view/minimum focus - 7° x 5.3°/4 m - 12° X 9°/1.2 m - 45° x 34°/ 0.1 m - 80° x 60°/0.1 m 
Close Focus Lens Options  200 micron close-up ( 64 mm X 48 mm/150 mm) - 100 micron close-up (34 mm x 25 mm/80 mm) - 50 micron 
Internal, rechargeable battery type  Nickel metal hydride (NiMH) 
Operating time  2 hours 
Power management  Battery low indicated in viewfinder Automatic power down 
AC adapter  Included 
Charging system  4 bay intelligent charger 110/220V AC 50/60 Hz 
Charging time  1 hour 
Humidity  Operating and storage, 10% to 95%, non-condensing 
Operating temperature range  -15 °C to 50 °C (5 °F to 122 °F) 
Storage temperature range  -40 °C to +70 °C (-40 °F to 158 °F) 
Encapsulation  IP 54 IEC 529 (metal casing) 
Shock  Operational: 25 G, IEC 68-2-29 
Vibration  Operational: 2 G, IEC 68-2-6 
Tripod mounting  ¼" - 20 
Size  220 mm x 133 mm 140 mm (8.7" X 5.2" X 5.5") 
Weight  1.9 kg (4.4 lbs.), excluding battery 
Multi function connector  External power, S-VHS output, RS 232 remote control 
Video output connector  Composite external video output 
Headset connector  For voice annotation of images 
User interface  4 buttons and joystick for direct access functions and menu control 


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