FLIR TG267 Thermal Camera




FLIR Thermal imaging camera for building and electrical testing or thermal testing thermal difference.

Thermal imaging is simply the process of converting infrared (IR) radiation (heat) into visible images that depict the spatial distribution of temperature differences in a scene viewed by a thermal camera

The FLIR TG267 is perfect for electrical, commercial, facility maintenance and HVAC operations.

With an advanced thermal camera with a 2.4 inch screen. The FLIR TG267 reduces diagnostic time by simplifying repair and maintenance reporting. Patented FLIR MSX (Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging) enhancement improves image clarity by embossing visual scene details on full thermal images. This provides added context to accurately target potential faults and troubleshoot repairs. The device allows you to record images to monitor maintenance history and provides reassurance that any problems have been resolved.

Identify Problems Quickly

  • Measure a wide range of temperatures from -25°C to 380°C (-13°F to 716°F) with a true 160 × 120 IR pixel imager (19,200 pixels)

Produce Crisp Thermal Images

  • Display and record MSX enhanced thermal images or visual images with temperature readings

Work in Rugged Environments

  • Work safely and worry-free knowing that the IP54 enclosure can withstand a 2 meter drop and protect against dust and water
IR Resolution 160 × 120 pixels
Thermal Sensitivity/NETD <70 mK
Accuracy ±1.5°C (2.7°F) for temperatures 50°C to 100°C (122°F to 212°F); up to ±3°C (±5.4°F) for -25°C to 50°C (-13°F to 122°F) and 100°C to 380°C (212°F to 716°F)
Field of view (FOV) 57° × 44°
Image Modes MSX® (Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging)

Visual with temperature reading

Display 320 × 240 pixel, 2.4 in color LCD
Storage Media eMMC 4 GB