Bluetooth Thermal Image Camera

SKU: ATIC-870
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Important: Data transfer is via bluetooth only. Phone or tablet required for optimal use (not included). 


Description

The ATIC-817 is a compact, Bluetooth enabled thermal imaging camera designed for easy interaction with Android and iOS devices. Once connected, the app provides a live graph of recorded data showing centre spot temperature and the minimum and maximum temperatures in view. Captured images can be transferred in seconds to your chosen device and used for presentations, attached to reports or saved for later viewing. With a capacity of 20 images, this camera is designed to be used in conjunction with a supporting device, such as a tablet, mobile phone or projector that can receive and process the captured images.

  • 80 x 80 IR Resolution
  • 50hz Image Frequency
  • Fully automatic and focus free
  • Centre spot crosshair
  • Hot/cold spot tracking
  • Selectable colour palette (IRONbow, Rainbow, Grey, Grey Inverted)
  • Adjustable Emissivity
  • Bluetooth connectivity for transfer to Android or iOS devices
  • 4mm Tripod mounting bush
  • Supplied with Li-ion rechargeable battery, micro USB charging cable, hard carry case, wrist strap

Technical Specification

Field of View 21° x 21°
Spatial Resolution 4.53mrad
Sensitivity (NETD) <0.1°C@30°C(80°F)/100mK
Image Frequency 50Hz
IR Resolution 80 x 80
Display 2£ TFT LCD
Display Resolution 240 x 320 pixels
Colour Palettes IRON, Rainbow, Grey, Grey Inverted
Storage Internal Memory
Storage Capacity 20 Images
Storage Format Bitmap(BMP), including measurement data
Temperature Range -20° to 380°C
Accuracy ±2°C or ±2% of reading
Emissivity 8 pre-defined levels 0.10 to 1.0 - user adjustable
Spotmeter Centre Spot
Hold/Cold Detection Automatic hot and cold spot markers
Communication Interfaces Bluetooth
Battery Rechargeable li-ion battery
Battery Life > 6 hours operating time (typical)
Power Management Automatic Shutdown
Dimensions 180 x 68 x 70mm
Weight 480g

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