TE – V1 : Infrared Thermal Camera
- 640X480 Super High Resolution
- High-sensitivity, High-resolution infrared detector
- Excellent temperature detection infrared detector
- Wide view, Light weight, Small size = Maximize the portability
- Very low power consumption
V1 Lens DRI Chart
Strength of Thermal Expert in application, Highest detector resolution/image quality among similar product (such as FLIR, Xenics, Micro-Epsilon, SMARTIS, etc.) at low cost price. Camera offer High resolution (384×288 pixels) and super high resolution (640X480 pixels), NETD : Less than 0.05°C with MicroUSB, USB2.0, Cameralink, LVDS interface for NTSC , PAL and Digital image formats. Powerful function in industry, health care, structure, maintenance. Recognize all kinds of leak and wiring problems and temperature for health correctly comparing to low resolution image. Store both thermal image and visible image (support by smart phone) at the same time (including movie clip). Free temperature measurement and temperature analysis with many functions is supported for Window version 7, 8, 8.1, 10 for PC and Android version 4.4x up.
Engineers, inspectors and managers equipped with thermal imaging industrial technology can see things they never would have seen before. They can spot a potential problem before it develops and causes major damage. TE – V1 Thermal imaging allows for non-destructive and non-invasive monitoring of machines and processes, and also allows its users to create new ways to examine operations that were not even available before.
Thermal imaging can benefit in building construction too. Heat loss due to poor window, wall, and roof performance can be seen and repaired. If insulation is wet due to a leak, it loses its effectiveness, and can cause even worse damage to the interior of the building.
Mechanical inspections often require comparing similar pieces of equipment, as well as their actual operating temperature.
After all, early detection of a failing component allows for scheduled repairs and avoids costly downtime. Using a camera with direct temperature readout, a technician can see if mechanical parts are operating within temperature design tolerances. An engineer can survey drill bits in a machine tool and see by their heat build up whether they’re still sharp, saving working time, quality of work, and possible danger.