FLIR introduces the TG267 thermal camera for electrical professionals
Published: 29 October 2019 - Sarah Mead
FLIR Systems introduces the FLIR TG267 thermal camera for electricians, HVAC/R technicians, building inspectors, and mechanical engineers. This feature-rich addition to the entry-level TG series line offers improved sensitivity and resolution to help professionals dramatically reduce diagnostic time and begin repairs more quickly.
The versatile, rugged FLIR TG267 enables professionals to inspect equipment and identify problems from a safe distance by visualising the hot and cold spots that can indicate larger issues. From electrical connections to mechanical breakdowns within a temperature range of -25°C to 380°C [-13°F to 716°F], users can troubleshoot failing systems and then can provide customer reports with images that document the repair. The FLIR TG267 adds contact measurement with a Type K thermocouple probe for temperature readings.
The FLIR TG267 is built around a 160×120 FLIR Lepton thermal sensor and features proprietary image processing algorithms for the highest quality image. FLIR’s patented Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX) dual-camera technology embosses details from the built-in visual camera over full thermal images for added sharpness and perspective.
The FLIR TG267 features a multipoint laser pointer to clearly indicate the area measured, as well as a bright LED flashlight for working in dark, difficult-to-reach spaces. Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology allows users to easily upload images and data to a mobile device for sharing and report-generation. The FLIR TG267 stores up to 50,000 images that users can play back on the 2.4-inch colour display which is more vibrant and 80-percent larger than earlier models. With a Li-ion rechargeable battery, the camera operates for five hours of continual use.
For more information on the FLIR TG267, please visit www.flir.co.uk/TG267