FLIR releases T1K thermal cameras

Renée Francoeur
October 30, 2015
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October 30, 2015 - FLIR Systems says it has released the T1K series of HD thermal inspection cameras with “an intuitive yet simple hybrid-touch” user interface.

T1K cameras feature new hardware, software, and optical designs, each tailored to take advantage of the new 1024 X 768 HD-IR detector, FLIR says. Images are created utilizing FLIR’s new OSX Precision HDIR optics, which feature a precision ultrasonic autofocus capability. The combination of the higher resolution detector and the variety of OSX lenses available allow users to view problems from longer distances and with greater accuracy, FLIR claims.

Real-time image processing is done with the integrated on-board FLIR Vision Processor, which combines FLIR’s patented MSX multi-spectral dynamic imaging with a series of other proprietary image enhancement algorithms. Additionally, built-in audio and on-screen text/sketch annotation features support in-field documentation while the included FLIR Tools reporting software allows users to generate instant reports on a variety of mobile and desktop platforms.

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