The IR 59x thermal maintenance camera system is one of the all time greatest handheld thermal imagers ever produced. Featuring high performance uncooled thermal imaging, full radiometric data, sharp color and the easiest to use control set of any camera out there. The 59x is the weapon of choice for almost any thermal application you can come up with. We have used or demo models of this thermal maintenance camera from time to time, but its rare.
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The 320 x 240 focal plane array detector of this thermal maintenance camera produces an ultra smooth image displaying the thermal differences in the scene. Multiple color palates are available (onboard and via software) to help you pinpoint the exact data that you need. The Thermacam PM-59x's 320x240 microbolometer array provides you with the latest high resolution, low noise, uncooled thermal image available. The bolometer detector is virtually zero maintenance and requires no cryogenic (LN2 or cold finger) cooling to produce crisp clean infrared images.
The IR 59x thermal maintenance camera has a custom fabricated LCD Flat panel display with "clear-shell" face and ultra bright TFT performance. The LCD panel attaches to the camera via proprietary quick lock connection and requires no additional power supply! This is an indispensable option when doing work in tight areas, on rooftops, looking up at buss ducts / transmission lines, or even for comfortable viewing in a laboratory / research and development application.
IR 59x Thermal Maintenance Camera Applications:
|Detector||320x240 uncooled FPA microbolometer|
|Spectral range||7-14 µm|
|Lens||Various available, 18mm, 25mm, 50mm, 75mm, 100mm, 150mm|
|Video output||NTSC & PAL video out & digital out|
|Digital zoom||2x & 4x (user controlled)|
|Frame rate||60 Hz|
|Polarity||Black or white hot|
|Display||LCD TFT (detachable)|
|Dimensions||3.7" x 4" x 4.9"|
Black & white hot polarity images from the IR59x Thermal Maintenance Camera
Moisture detection with the IR59x Thermal Maintenance CameraThe first image clearly shows an area of moisture infiltration in a high ceiling of a residential structure. This classic pooling effect is usually indicative of moisture rather than improper insulation. Moisture damage like this can lead to mold conditions if not properly fixed. The second 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 thermal-vision series of imagers is an excellent choice for this type of inspection.