ICS Magazine

New IR Cameras Stand Out with Up-Market Features

November 2, 2009

FLIR Systems has added the new FLIR T300 and B300 to its award-winning T- and B-Series infrared cameras. The new T300 and B300 capture detailed, crisp images and video with a 320x240 focal plane array (FPA) detector (76,800 pixels).



FLIR Systems has added the new FLIR T300 and B300 to its award-winning T- and B-Series infrared cameras. The new T300 and B300 capture detailed, crisp images and video with a 320x240 focal plane array (FPA) detector (76,800 pixels).

FLIR T300: Powerful Electrical, Mechanical Inspections and MRO
The new T300 stands out from the competition with a combination of versatile and up-market features found only on FLIR’s T-series cameras. For quick, highly detailed diagnostics in industrial applications, the T300 matches 2% thermal accuracy, 30Hz frame rate, and <0.05ºc thermal sensitivity (NETD) with a wider temperature measurement range of -20ºC to 650ºC (-4ºF to 1202ºF), with an optional range reaching to 1200 ºC (2192ºF).

FLIR B300: Detailed Building, Weatherization, and Restoration Audits
The B300 infrared camera is tailored for building-related diagnostic and inspection applications: weatherization and energy audits, moisture/mold/water-damage remediation and restoration, insulation audits, heating and cooling assessments, etc. The B300 takes the powerful capabilities of the T300 and adds an optimized temperature range of -20ºC to 120°C (-4ºF to 248ºF), as well as moisture and insulation alarms to alert an inspector to conditions that suggest moisture issues or missing or improperly installed insulation.

For more on FLIR infrared cameras, check out www.flir.com