1. IRC-2000™ Infrared Camera
Now features on-screen recall of up to 150 saved images!VOx Technology - Only our IR sensors combine the worlds most sensitive detector material, Vanadium Oxide, and proprietary read out integrated circuitry (ROIC) with a vertically integrated manufacturing process to deliver the ultimate in detector thermal performance and value.Because the VOx sensors deliver the best thermal sensitivities available on the market today, the IRC-3000 Series and IRC-2000 Series products find more thermal anomalies and provide more cost savings and superior return on investment.Finally a powerful thermal imager that’s affordable…Our IRC-2000™ thermal imager is a lightweight, portable infrared camera with outstanding image quality. Viewing at a full 30 frames per second makes scanning simple. Snap up to 150 high quality infrared still images and easily prepare reports from your PC (software allows you to add your company name and comments to each image before printing), or create full video capture using the video output and your portable video recorder.The ThermalScan IRC-2000™ can be used on nearly any building material including roofing, drywall, floor covering, exterior finishes, insulation and more. The IRC-2000's™ large display produces an incredibly clear gray scale image to facilitate accurate scanning - a method preferred by professionals.The SightView™ software, included with the IRC-2000™, allows multiple pallet choices to automatically create full color images for reports or presentations.Moisture Inspections There is simply no better way to locate moisture in building materials. Utilizing state of the art thermal imaging, locating moisture non-destructively has never been easier – or faster. Simply turn on the IRC-2000™ and begin scanning walls, floors, roofs, exterior finishes and more. The temperature difference created by the presence of moisture will appear differently than the surrounding area.Roof and Slab Leaks The incredible sensitivity of the IRC-2000™ makes water saturated roof insulation and leaks in slabs stand out. Its large display allows the user to easily find the questionable sections, then snap up to 150 high quality infrared images for easy documentation.Building Envelope Inspections The IRC-2000™ is perfect for the detection of missing or compressed insulation, excessive thermal bridging between walls and plates, moisture accumulation in building materials, heat loss through windows, leaks in water pipes, damaged HVAC ducts, air leakage and more.Monitoring Monitoring drying curves with our IRC-2000™ can greatly reduce drying time. By locating problem areas, simple changes in equipment placement can be made to improve drying time. To reduce liability at the completion of the job, thermal images can be provided to the customer and insurance adjuster to help prove the building has been properly dried.Complete kit includes: Camera w/17mm f/1.0 lens 2 Rechargeable Batteries Battery Charger Neck Strap Heavy Duty Carrying Case Lens Cap SightView™ Software Operation ManualSpecifications Detector: Uncooled Microbolometer (160 x 120 pixel array) Temperature Range: 0 - 100°C (32 - 212°F) Pixel Sized: 50µm Square Pixels Spectral Band: 8 µm to 14 µm NETD: < 60 mK @ 30°C Video Frame Rate: 30Hz Cryogenic Cooling: None Required Digital Display: 3.5 Inch LCD Gray Scale Digital Storage Medium: Internal Flash Memory with 150 Image Capacity Image Transfer: Via RS-232 Connection to PC With Supplied Software Image File Format: Transferred as PGM format and Saved as JPEG or BMP (Microsoft® Word® Compatible) Colorization: Multiple Pallet Choices Available Standard Optics: 17mm f/1.0 Germanium Field of View: 27° Horizontal, 20° Vertical IFOV (m rad): 3.0 Video Output: RS-170 NTSC Battery: NiCd 12V 2Amp with Estimated 3 Hr. Battery Life L x W x H: 5 x 3.5 x 11 inches Weight (with battery): 4.12 lbUpgrades Available:
Now features on-screen recall of up to 150 saved images!VOx Technology - Only our IR sensors combine the worlds most sensitive detector material, Vanadium Oxide, and proprietary read out integrated circuitry (ROIC) with a vertically integrated manufacturing process to deliver the ultimate in detector thermal performance and value.Because the VOx sensors deliver the best thermal sensitivities available on the market today, the IRC-3000 Series and IRC-2000 Series products find more thermal anomalies and provide more cost savings and superior return on investment.Finally a powerful thermal imager that’s affordable…Our IRC-2000™ thermal imager is a lightweight, portable infrared camera with outstanding image quality. Viewing at a full 30 frames per second makes scanning simple. Snap up to 150 high quality infrared still images and easily prepare reports from your PC (software allows you to add your company name and comments to each image before printing), or create full video capture using the video output and your portable video recorder.The ThermalScan IRC-2000™ can be used on nearly any building material including roofing, drywall, floor covering, exterior finishes, insulation and more. The IRC-2000's™ large display produces an incredibly clear gray scale image to facilitate accurate scanning - a method preferred by professionals.The SightView™ software, included with the IRC-2000™, allows multiple pallet choices to automatically create full color images for reports or presentations.Moisture Inspections There is simply no better way to locate moisture in building materials. Utilizing state of the art thermal imaging, locating moisture non-destructively has never been easier – or faster. Simply turn on the IRC-2000™ and begin scanning walls, floors, roofs, exterior finishes and more. The temperature difference created by the presence of moisture will appear differently than the surrounding area.Roof and Slab Leaks The incredible sensitivity of the IRC-2000™ makes water saturated roof insulation and leaks in slabs stand out. Its large display allows the user to easily find the questionable sections, then snap up to 150 high quality infrared images for easy documentation.Building Envelope Inspections The IRC-2000™ is perfect for the detection of missing or compressed insulation, excessive thermal bridging between walls and plates, moisture accumulation in building materials, heat loss through windows, leaks in water pipes, damaged HVAC ducts, air leakage and more.Monitoring Monitoring drying curves with our IRC-2000™ can greatly reduce drying time. By locating problem areas, simple changes in equipment placement can be made to improve drying time. To reduce liability at the completion of the job, thermal images can be provided to the customer and insurance adjuster to help prove the building has been properly dried.Complete kit includes: Camera w/17mm f/1.0 lens 2 Rechargeable Batteries Battery Charger Neck Strap Heavy Duty Carrying Case Lens Cap SightView™ Software Operation ManualSpecifications Detector: Uncooled Microbolometer (160 x 120 pixel array) Temperature Range: 0 - 100°C (32 - 212°F) Pixel Sized: 50µm Square Pixels Spectral Band: 8 µm to 14 µm NETD: < 60 mK @ 30°C Video Frame Rate: 30Hz Cryogenic Cooling: None Required Digital Display: 3.5 Inch LCD Gray Scale Digital Storage Medium: Internal Flash Memory with 150 Image Capacity Image Transfer: Via RS-232 Connection to PC With Supplied Software Image File Format: Transferred as PGM format and Saved as JPEG or BMP (Microsoft® Word® Compatible) Colorization: Multiple Pallet Choices Available Standard Optics: 17mm f/1.0 Germanium Field of View: 27° Horizontal, 20° Vertical IFOV (m rad): 3.0 Video Output: RS-170 NTSC Battery: NiCd 12V 2Amp with Estimated 3 Hr. Battery Life L x W x H: 5 x 3.5 x 11 inches Weight (with battery): 4.12 lbUpgrades Available:

IRC-2000™ Infrared Camera

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Now features on-screen recall of up to 150 saved images! VOx Technology - Only our IR sensors combine the worlds most sensitive detector material, Vanadium Oxide, and proprietary read out integrated circuitry (ROIC) with a vertically integrated manufacturing process to deliver the ultimate in detector thermal performance and value. Because the VOx sensors deliver the best thermal sensitivities available on the market today, the IRC-3000 Series and IRC-2000 Series products find more thermal anomalies and provide more cost savings and superior return on investment. Finally a powerful thermal imager that’s affordable… Our IRC-2000™ thermal imager is a lightweight, portable infrared camera with outstanding image quality. Viewing at a full 30 frames per second makes scanning simple. Snap up to 150 high quality infrared still images and easily prepare reports from your PC (software allows you to add your company name and comments to each image before printing), or create full video capture using the video output and your portable video recorder. The ThermalScan IRC-2000™ can be used on nearly any building material including roofing, drywall, floor covering, exterior finishes, insulation and more. The IRC-2000's™ large display produces an incredibly clear gray scale image to facilitate accurate scanning - a method preferred by professionals. The SightView™ software, included with the IRC-2000™, allows multiple pallet choices to automatically create full color images for reports or presentations. Moisture Inspections There is simply no better way to locate moisture in building materials. Utilizing state of the art thermal imaging, locating moisture non-destructively has never been easier – or faster. Simply turn on the IRC-2000™ and begin scanning walls, floors, roofs, exterior finishes and more. The temperature difference created by the presence of moisture will appear differently than the surrounding area. Roof and Slab Leaks The incredible sensitivity of the IRC-2000™ makes water saturated roof insulation and leaks in slabs stand out. Its large display allows the user to easily find the questionable sections, then snap up to 150 high quality infrared images for easy documentation. Building Envelope Inspections The IRC-2000™ is perfect for the detection of missing or compressed insulation, excessive thermal bridging between walls and plates, moisture accumulation in building materials, heat loss through windows, leaks in water pipes, damaged HVAC ducts, air leakage and more. Monitoring Monitoring drying curves with our IRC-2000™ can greatly reduce drying time. By locating problem areas, simple changes in equipment placement can be made to improve drying time. To reduce liability at the completion of the job, thermal images can be provided to the customer and insurance adjuster to help prove the building has been properly dried. Complete kit includes: Camera w/17mm f/1.0 lens 2 Rechargeable Batteries Battery Charger Neck Strap Heavy Duty Carrying Case Lens Cap SightView™ Software Operation Manual Specifications Detector: Uncooled Microbolometer (160 x 120 pixel array) Temperature Range: 0 - 100°C (32 - 212°F) Pixel Sized: 50µm Square Pixels Spectral Band: 8 µm to 14 µm NETD: < 60 mK @ 30°C Video Frame Rate: 30Hz Cryogenic Cooling: None Required Digital Display: 3.5 Inch LCD Gray Scale Digital Storage Medium: Internal Flash Memory with 150 Image Capacity Image Transfer: Via RS-232 Connection to PC With Supplied Software Image File Format: Transferred as PGM format and Saved as JPEG or BMP (Microsoft® Word® Compatible) Colorization: Multiple Pallet Choices Available Standard Optics: 17mm f/1.0 Germanium Field of View: 27° Horizontal, 20° Vertical IFOV (m rad): 3.0 Video Output: RS-170 NTSC Battery: NiCd 12V 2Amp with Estimated 3 Hr. Battery Life L x W x H: 5 x 3.5 x 11 inches Weight (with battery): 4.12 lb Upgrades Available:
Part Number: TH2000

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