Thermal imaging cameras for predictive maintenance inspections


FLIR Systems launches FLIR T640 / FLIR T620 for image quality and affordability


Thermal imaging cameras have evolved into widespread instruments for predictive maintenance inspections. Electrical and mechanical installations, in large facilities, factories and houses, they can all be inspected with a thermal imaging camera.

Thanks to price reductions, there are today many users that had never heard of thermal imaging cameras a few years ago. In the meantime they have discovered the power of thermal imaging and are enthusiastically promoting the technology.

But also well experienced users of thermal imaging cameras like service providers, maintenance managers in industrial facilities and utilities are demanding more from thermal imaging cameras. They want ergonomic systems that they can use several hours per day, cameras that offer the highest possible image quality and that are equipped with all the necessary features that help them to save time when doing their everyday jobs.

For the most demanding thermal imaging camera users, FLIR Systems has launched the FLIR T640 / FLIR T620.


Excellent image quality

“The FLIR T640 / FLIR T620 are meeting the requests of our most demanding customers. When developing the FLIR T640 / FLIR T620 we have asked input from many professional thermal imaging camera users. The FLIR T640 / T620 incorporate practically everything they asked for.”, explains Guy Pas, Vice-President Sales EMEA at FLIR Systems. “Therefore the FLIR T640 / FLIR T620 will soon become the thermal imaging camera for predictive maintenance applications against which all others will be compared.”


Both the FLIR T640 / FLIR T620 are equipped with a state-of-the-art uncooled microbolometer detector that produces crisp thermal images of 640 x 480 pixels on which the smallest of details can be seen. This results in reliable inspections with greater accuracy.

The new FLIR T640 / FLIR T620 also incorporate a 5 megapixel visual camera. It generates crisp visual images that can be used as a reference against the thermal image in all conditions. A LED lamp allow for taking visual images also in extremely dark environments.


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