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The FLIR T660 Camera represents the top end of the thermal imaging camera range with the latest innovation, when it comes to handheld thermal imaging. Crammed with many features, the 640 x 480 FLIR T660 thermal imager covers an impressive range of temperature measurements, going as low as -40°C (-40°F) and as high as 2000°C (3632°F). Add an astonishing 0.02°C (20mk) thermal sensitivity and a rarely seen 1% accuracy and you get laboratory grade precision in the palm of your hand. With many fields of application like Electrical, Mechanical, Construction, Industrial, Research & Development, T660 can satisfy the most stringent criteria.
With the high image quality benchmark set by its T600 predecessors, the T660 pushes the boundaries even further with introduction of UltraMax Technology. Based on the concept of superresolution technique, popular in professional digital photography, the camera combines data from a series of 16 photos taken in a fraction of a second. The photos themselves are slightly misaligned, due to the natural movement of the human body, which in turn creates a well of data, far greater than what a single shot could ever capture. The combined result provides an image with a quadrupled pixel count, 50% less noise and higher overall accuracy. In other words your 640 x 480 camera effectively outputs a 1280 x 960 thermal image.
MSX Image Enhancement
MSX (Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging) is a technology that utilises an inbuilt digital camera to add visible spectrum to the thermal images. This means that the camera identifies patterns, objects, shapes, text and overlays them on the thermal image. This produces a detailed picture, that is easy to identify and with an added autofocus feature, also quite easy to take, making your work just that much more precise and efficient.
Sometimes recording a thermal video just isn’t enough, and that’s where the FLIR imager takes it to a whole new level. Recording full radiometric data directly to an SD card, it can be later accessed to monitor and analyse temperature changes frame by frame and point by point. With a use of the touchpad add an easy sketch, a text or a voice annotation, link it to your Apple/Android device and even stream it online. And if you ever forget where the picture was taken, you can always rely on the built-in GPS and Compass to remind you of that.
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