For troubleshooting electrical and mechanical systems, as well as for a variety of other applications, this thermal imager offers an unbeatable price / performance ratio. The handy size and intuitive usability in combination with the technical possibilities of a thermal imaging camera allow the user in the service and development area to quickly and precisely identify any potential heat problems. Thanks to the integrated photo camera, the thermal images with time and date can be saved on the supplied SD card and thus easily documented.
In addition, this device has five different color palettes for thermal imaging, as well as five overlay modes for photo to thermal imaging and a graphic menu.
The PeakTech 5610 A is a versatile thermal imaging camera with a resolution of 220x160 thermal pixels, which shows temperature differences easily recognizable for every user. Use this new development e.g. to detect thermal bridges in thermography, leaks in systems and pipe systems or track heating pipes in walls and floors. In electrical engineering, this thermal imager offers the possibility to find contact problems and contact resistances easily e.g. in sub-distributions and thus to prevent a fire hazard in time. This device also has five different color palettes for thermal imaging, as well as five overlay modes for photo to thermal imaging, so that the user can easily locate the source of the error in the real image or one of the image overlays.
The PeakTech 5615 is a thermal imaging camera with a thermal resolution of 160x120 thermal image points with a high-quality sensor, which makes even the smallest temperature differences visible.
All thermal images can be opened and evaluated using the enclosed software, with subsequent changes, e.g. can be done on the pallet selection.
Use this new development to find thermal bridges in thermography, leaks in systems and pipe systems or track heating pipes in walls and floors.
In electrical engineering, this thermal imager offers the possibility to find contact problems and contact resistances for example in sub-distributions to prevent a fire risk.
The PeakTech 5620 is a professional thermal imaging camera with a high thermal resolution of 384x288 thermal image points and it owns a variety of excellent features for work in building thermography or industrial use.
In addition to the pure thermal image display, this new development also offers a PIP (picture-in-picture) display, a real image camera or a fusion function in which the contours of the real image recorded are combined with the thermal image in order to ensure an even better display.
All of the image modes mentioned can also be used for video recording, which also enables audio recordings for the respective video.
The many functions are controlled via the buttons on the device, but also via the touch screen function of the color TFT display.
All thermal images can be opened and evaluated using the enclosed software, even subsequent changes can be done for example on the pallet selection.
This new combination of the latest True RMS graphic multimeter and responsive thermal imaging camera enables professional use in all areas of electrical engineering. The multimeter has many various functions to carry out precise measurements, which you can log automatically, save with a screenshot or record and process using an app for Android or iOS mobile devices. Switch the color TFT display between the pure multimeter display or a combined multimeter / thermal image display and use the graphical menu navigation to carry out all settings according to your requirements. The multi-meter display provides you with multi-line displays for current measured values, maximum / minimum or relative value measurements. The integrated thermal imaging camera offers a very fast sampling rate of 50 Hz to enable a smooth display when troubleshooting. The Thermal imaging camera of the PeakTech 3450 uses a thermal image resolution of 80 x 80 pixels. Use the graphic menu to switch between different color palettes (gray & inv. / Iron / rainbow, etc.), set the emission factor or activate the laser pointer to mark the measuring station.