Features of C200 Pro Portable Rugged Thermal Camera
- Pro-grade high-performance infrared detector
With Pro-grade 256×192 resolution, Pro-grade 2,000,000-pixel visible light, and Pro-grade low latency, it can meet professional work requirements easily. By the MatrixIII intelligent image algorithm, it optimizes the short-distance imaging. With the 56° wide view angle, it provides short-distance efficient observation of details, so as to obtain thermal images with rich details.
- Pro-grade software support
For professional users, the analysis function has been greatly upgraded: support analysis through USB connected with PC. It supports not only real-time screen projection and offline image analysis, but also full-frame real-time temperature analysis and real-time point/line/area temperature analysis. Click for report facilitates professional users to transfer infrared inspection results efficiently.
- Pro-grade built-in thermal imaging functions
Timed photographing and alarm with automatic photographing are pre-configured for professional users: number of photos to take and the time interval configurable, and automatic alarm and photographing upon reaching high and low temperature thresholds is supported. Besides, it features automatic record and trace of abnormal temperature, real-time record of equipment operation status separated from PC, target temperature trend, long battery life, external power supply, and quick configuration.
Video of C200 Pro Portable Rugged Thermal Camera
Specifications of C200 Pro Portable Rugged Thermal Scanner
C200 Pro rugged thermal camera
|Thermal Module||Detector Resolution||256×192|
|Temperature Measurement||Temperature Measurement||Center/highest/lowest/3 adjustable points|
|Measurement Range||-20 ℃～ +550 ℃|
|Measurement Accuracy||±2% or ±2°C|
|Measurement Unit||℃, ℉, K|
|Emissivity||0.01 – 1.0, adjustable|
|System Function||Lighting||LED fill-in light|
|Image Mode||Thermal imaging, thermal fusion, visible light, PIP|
|Palettes||White-hot, black-hot, molten metal, iron red, rainbow, high-contrast rainbow, black red|
|Temperature Alarm||Full frame highest/lowest-temperature alarm|
|Alarm Mode||Image alarm, LED alarm|
|Automatic Alarm Snapshot||Support automatic alarm snapshot; Photo number and time interval can be set.|
|Interval Snapshot||Support. Photo number and time interval can be set.|
|Image Data||Image and temperature data|
|USB Video Transmission||Support, real-time analysis of temperature|
|PC Analysis Software||Support|
|Display Size||2.8LCD （320×240）|
|Memory Card||16GB Micro SD card|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable lithium-ion battery|
|Power Supply||USB type-C|
|Charging Time||About 4h @Power off|
|Power Management||Adjustable (automatic shutdown, 5 min, 10 min, 20 min)|
|Others||Tripod Support||Yes, at the bottom of the handle|
|Relative Humidity||10% – 95%, non-condensing|
|IP Grade/Drop Protection||IP54 2m|
|Dimension (L × W × H)||237×75×92（mm）|
|Accessory||USB cable, 16GB SD card, user guide|
About rugged thermal camera.
A thermal imaging camera is a non-contact device that detects infrared energy (heat) and converts it into a visual image. Now let’s dive into the science of thermal imaging cameras and the invisible world of heat they allow us to see. The first thing to learn about thermal imaging cameras is that they don’t work like regular cameras. Both ordinary daylight cameras and human eyes work based on the same principle: visible light hits something and reflects back from it; a detector receives the reflected light and then transforms it into an image.
Thermal imaging cameras use heat rather than visible light to take pictures. Both heat (also known as infrared rays or thermal energy) and light are part of the electromagnetic spectrum. However, a camera capable of detecting visible light could not detect heat, and vice versa. Thermal imaging cameras capture infrared energy and use the data to create images via digital or analog videos. Important factors to consider when selecting a thermal imaging camera include resolution, range, field of view, focus, thermal sensitivity and spectral range.
Potential applications of thermal imaging cameras are virtually limitless. Originally developed for surveillance and military operations, thermal imaging cameras are now widely used for building inspections (humidity, insulation, roofing, etc.), firefighting, self-driving cars and automatic braking, skin temperature screening, industrial inspections, scientific research, and the list goes on.