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    Portable Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera, 320x240 IR Resolution

    This high-precision handheld thermal imager is equipped with a high-resolution 320x240 infrared sensor and a 3.5-inch large screen, displaying thermal data clearly and in detail, facilitating interpretation and analysis. The low cost thermal inspection camera features a fast frame rate of 9Hz, ensuring smooth, accurate temperature readings, even capturing the smallest temperature differentials.
    SKU: SISCO-TIC-320E
    $1,298.76
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    📅 Delivery: 7-12 days
    Overview


    This thermal imager is designed for durability and reliability, with an IP54 protection rating for dust and water resistance, making it suitable for various environments. Its sturdy construction also includes a 2-meter drop resistance, making it an indispensable tool for technicians, electricians, and maintenance personnel.

    Professional infrared imaging camera with data transfer
    • High-Resolution Imaging: The compact infrared thermal imaging camera features a 320x240 infrared resolution, providing detailed and accurate thermal images for precise analysis.
    • Large HD Display: Equipped with a 3.5-inch high-definition display, this camera ensures clear and vivid visuals, making it easier to interpret thermal data on the go.
    • Advanced Software Support: The SISCO professional imaging camera supports PC analysis software and PC screen mirroring software, enhancing its functionality for in-depth analysis and 
      presentation.
    • WiFi Connectivity: This WiFi thermal imaging camera allows for convenient storage of images, temperature analysis, color palette changes, and text annotation editing.
    Thermal heat scanner equipped with 7 color modes
    • Versatile Color Palettes: The portable thermal heat scanner equipped with 7 color modes including Iron Red, Rainbow, White Hot, Red Hot, Black Hot, Lava, and High Contrast Rainbow, allowing for enhanced thermal image interpretation.
    • Temperature Alerts: The handheld infrared scanner camera features high and low temperature alarms and tracking, ensuring critical temperature deviations are promptly identified.
    • Adjustable Emissivity: The thermal inspection camera offers adjustable emissivity settings, enabling accurate temperature measurements across various surfaces.
    Durable thermal imaging camera
    • Durable and Reliable: The infrared thermal imaging camera is designed to withstand drops, ensuring peace of mind with a 2-meter drop resistance test.
    • Dust and Water Resistant: Rated IP56 for dust and water resistance, making this infrared thermal imaging camera suitable for use in challenging environments.
    • Rapid Temperature Capture: Quickly captures temperature readings, offering efficient and accurate thermal assessments.

    Thermal imaging camera with rechargeable battery
    • Long-lasting Battery: The infrared thermal imaging camera is powered by a rechargeable 5200mAh lithium battery, providing extended usage time in the field.
    • Convenient Connectivity: Includes a Type-C USB data cable for easy and efficient data transfer between the infrared thermal imaging camera and other devices.
    • Seamless Data Transfer: Facilitates USB data transmission, allowing for quick and effortless transfer of thermal images and data.


    Applications

    A portable infrared thermal imaging camera is used for inspecting distribution boxes, motors, conveyor pipes, transformers, vents, circuit boards, and more, ensuring efficient maintenance and early detection of potential issues.

    Thermal imaging camera for distribution box inspection

    Distribution Box Inspection

    Thermal imaging camera for circuit board inspection

    Circuit Board Inspection

    Thermal imaging camera for pipelin inspection

    Pipeline Inspection

    Thermal imaging camera for air outlet detection

     Air Outlet Detection

    Specs

     

    Model SISCO-UT320E
    Screen Size 3.5 inch
    IR Resolution 320x240
    Temperature Measurement Range -40℃~400℃
    Accuracy 2°C or ±2%, whichever is the maximum
    Emissivity 0.95 (default),0.01~0.99 adjustable
    Visible Light Pixels 2 Million
    Color Palette Iron Red/Rainbow/White Hot Red Hot/Black Hot/Lava/High Contrast Rainbow
    Field of View 56°(H)*42.2°(V)
    IFOV 3mrad
    Storage Media 32GB Micro SD Card
    Focus Mode No focus adjustment
    Sensitivity < 65mk
    Frame Frequency 9Hz
    Digital Magnification 2x,4x
    Temperature Analysis Point rectangle, circle, line
    Isotherm Manual/Auto
    Temperature Measurement Display Center point, high and low temperature automatic tracking
    Temperature Unit Celsius/Fahrenheit/Kelvin
    High and Low Temperature Alarm LED flash/screen alarm
    Image Mode Thermal imaging/visible light/picture-in-picture/fusion
    Image Format JPG
    USB Communication Type C, USB
    WiFi
    Real-Time Image Transmission
    PC Analysis Software
    Mobile APP
    LED lighting
    Language English/Chinese
    IP Rating IP54
    Drop Test 2m
    Battery 3.7V 5200mAh, Rechargeable lithium battery
    Dimension 260x92x100mm
    Weight 560g


    Details
    Portable infrared thermal imaging camera details

    FAQs

    Q1: How does a thermal imaging camera work?
    A1: Thermal imaging camera works by detecting infrared radiation, which is emitted by all objects based on their temperature. The camera's sensor captures this radiation and converts it into an electronic signal. This signal is then processed to create a thermal image or thermogram, where different temperatures are represented by various colors or shades of gray, allowing users to visualize heat patterns and temperature variations.

    The camera uses a special lens to focus the infrared light emitted by objects in its field of view. Inside the camera, a phased array of infrared-detector elements creates a detailed temperature pattern called a thermogram. This thermogram is translated into electric impulses, which are then processed by the camera's circuitry to produce a visible image on the display, illustrating the heat distribution of the scene. This technology is widely used in various applications such as detecting termites and mice, conducting electrical and HVAC inspections, firefighting, locating water leaks, and performing building and home inspections.

    Q2: Can an infrared thermal imaging camera detect water leaks?
    A2: Yes, an infrared thermal imaging camera can effectively detect water leaks. It identifies temperature variations on surfaces, which can indicate the presence of moisture. When water leaks occur, they often cause cooler or warmer spots on walls, floors, or ceilings due to the difference in thermal conductivity compared to dry areas.

    By using the thermal imaging camera, technicians can quickly and non-invasively locate the source of the leak without needing to dismantle structures. This makes it a valuable tool for early detection and repair, preventing further damage and reducing maintenance costs.

    Q3: Can an infrared thermal imaging camera be used outdoors in various weather conditions?
    A3: Yes, infrared thermal imaging cameras can be used outdoors in a variety of weather conditions. They are designed to detect temperature differences and can function effectively in both day and night. However, certain environmental factors like heavy rain, fog, or extreme temperatures can affect the clarity and accuracy of the thermal images. For optimal performance, it is advisable to use the camera in conditions where visibility is not severely obstructed. Additionally, many models are built to withstand harsh outdoor conditions, including being resistant to dust and water, ensuring durability and reliable operation in different environments.

    Tips: Can SISCO thermal imaging cameras detect electrical faults?

    Yes, the SISCO thermal imaging cameras can effectively detect electrical faults. They work by capturing the infrared radiation emitted by objects, allowing them to visualize temperature variations that are not visible to the naked eye. Here's how thermal imaging cameras can be used to detect electrical faults:

    • Identifying Hot Spots: Electrical components that are failing or under stress often generate excess heat. Thermal imaging can identify hot spots on electrical panels, connections, and equipment that might indicate potential problems such as loose connections, overloaded circuits, or failing components.
    • Preventive Maintenance: Regular inspections with thermal imaging cameras can help in the early detection of issues before they lead to failures. This preventive maintenance can help avoid unplanned outages and extend the lifespan of electrical systems.
    • Safety: By detecting problems early, thermal imaging helps reduce the risk of electrical fires and other hazards associated with electrical faults.
    • Non-Intrusive: Thermal imaging is a non-contact method, meaning it can be performed without interrupting operations or exposing personnel to live electrical components, making it a safe and efficient diagnostic tool.
    • Diagnostic Efficiency: It allows for quick scans of large areas and complex systems, which can be particularly useful in industrial and commercial settings where time and efficiency are critical.
    Warranty

    Thank you for buying industrial test and measurement equipment on SISCO.com, all products sold by SISCO and the partner cover a 12 months warranty, effective from the date of receiving the products.


    What is covered?

    SISCO is responsible for providing free spare parts, and free technical support to assist the customer to repair the defective products until the problem is solved.


    What is not covered?

    • Product purchased from anyone other than a SISCO store or a SISCO authorized reseller.
    • Expendable parts.
    • Routine cleaning or normal cosmetic and mechanical wear.
    • Damage from misuse, abuse or neglect.
    • Damage from use of parts other than SISCO approved.
    • Damage from use outside the product’s usage or storage parameters.
    • Damage from use of parts not sold by SISCO.
    • Damage from modification or incorporation into other products.
    • Damage from repair or replacement of warranted parts by a service provider other than a SISCO authorized service provider.
    • Damage caused by the application environment not meeting the product usage requirements and the failure to perform preventive maintenance.
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