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FLIR T Series Thermal Imaging Cameras

Now featuring UltraMax™

You need troubleshooting tools that can help you find and report equipment problems fast. That’s exactly what T600 Series cameras do. They let you see invisible heat caused by electrical resistance and mechanical wear early enough to help you head off expensive downtime and potential danger.

Watch the video to learn why no other line of infrared cameras makes it easier to capture images, share findings, and get more done with time to spare. And be sure to ask for an onsite demonstration to see firsthand why T600 Series is the ultimate way to unleash the power of FLIR. Contact Us for more information.

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Ultimate Resolution & Sensitivity

FLIR’s Best Handheld Imagery and Accuracy

  • 3 superior thermal imaging choices including 640 × 480 native resolution
  • Up to 1.2 MP thermal resolution with UltraMax™ – a 4× improvement for finer detail and  accuracy
  • MSX® enhancement that etches key visible details such as numbers, labels, etc. onto live, stored, and UltraMax thermal images for easier locating
  • Class-leading sensitivity as fine as <0.02°C for outstanding image quality and subtler thermal patterns
  • Temperature range calibrations up to 2,000°C for measuring the hottest targets

Optimum Ergonomics

Cover All the Angles - Image Faster - Work More Comfortably 

Superior Handheld Imagery And Accuracy

  • OPTIMAL ERGONOMICS

    The T600's optical block rotates 120° for easier targeting, while auto-orientation means the screen is always easy to read.

  • EFFICIENCY AND PRODUCTIVITY

    From the touchscreen to GPS/compass annotations and on-screen sketch, the T600's features improve efficiency and boost productivity.

  • FAST COMMUNICATION

    Connect (Wi-Fi) to FLIR Tools Mobile for image analysis and sharing, or transmit test & measurement data to the camera via METERLiNK®.

 
SPECIFICATIONS
OVERVIEW
Built-in Digital Camera
5 Mpixels with LED light (photo as separate image)
Color alarm (isotherm)
Above/below/interval
Compass
Camera direction automatically added to every still image
Detector Type
Focal plane array (FPA), uncooled microbolometer
Difference Temperature
Delta temperature between measurement functions or reference temperature
Focal Length
41 mm (1.63 in.)
Housing material
Magnesium
IR Resolution
640 × 480 pixels
Laser
Activated by dedicated button
Laser Alignment
Position is automatic displayed on the IR image
Laser Classification
Class 2
Laser Type
Semiconductor AlGaInP diode laser, 1 mW, 635 nm (red)
Packaging Size
495 x 192 x 370 mm (19.49 x 7.56 x 14.57 in.)
Report Generation
Instant Report (*.pdf file) in camera Separate PC software with extensive report generation
Screening
Difference temperature alarm, audible
Spectral Range
7.5–14 µm
Tripod Mounting
UNC ¼"-20
FLIR Tools Mobile app [WiFi]
Included
Built-in Illuminator LED
Included
FLIR Tools for PC and Mac
Included
Laser Pointer & Laser Locator
Included
Text
Add table. Select between predefined templates or create your own in FLIR Tools
Time Lapse
15 seconds to 24 hours
Voice
60 seconds (via Bluetooth) stored with the image
Voice & Text Annotation
Included

 

Must Read Guidebooks

Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for industrial applications

Numerous industries worldwide have discovered the advantage of incorporating infrared cameras in their industrial processes and programs. This booklet is an in-depth guide for these industrial applications.

Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for building applications

Thermal imaging cameras are powerful and non invasive tools for monitoring and diagnosing the condition of buildings. Energy losses, missing insulations, air leaks, moisture and many other building related problems become immediately and clearly visible on a thermal image.

Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for automation applications

Automated IR (infrared) radiation imaging offers the potential for improving a host of industrial production applications, including process monitoring and control, quality assurance, asset management, and machine condition monitoring.

Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for gas detection applications

Infrared cameras can also play a major role in helping to decrease environmental damage. They are successfully used for detecting insufficient insulation in buildings, identified as one of the highest opportunity areas for decreasing the greenhouse effect, as well as detecting environmentally dangerous gas leaks.

Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for R&D Professionals

Although infrared radiation (IR) is not detectable by the human eye, an IR camera can convert it to a visual image that depicts thermal variations across an object or scene.

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Thermal Imaging Guidebook for Building Applications

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Get the FREE copy of this informative FLIR Systems publication. Thermal imaging cameras are powerful and non invasive tools for monitoring and diagnosing the condition of buildings. Energy losses, missing insulations, air leaks, moisture and many other building related problems become immediately and clearly visible on a thermal image. Also the renewable energy sector has discovered the benefits of thermal imaging cameras. Solar panel and windmills are regularly inspected with the help of a thermal imaging camera.

The guidebook is written for everyone with an interest in the use of thermal imaging cameras for building and renewable energy applications. It introduces the reader to many applications for building, solar panel and windmill inspections. It also explains to which details you need to pay attention when carrying out thermal inspections and has useful tips for choosing the correct thermal imaging camera for your specific building or renewable energy application.

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