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A310 pt thermal imaging camera

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Flir has released its A310 pt pan-and-tilt radiometric thermal imaging camera. The IP66 environmental specification of this camera allows it to be installed almost anywhere to monitor critical and valuable premises for differences in the thermal profile that may indicate an impending problem.

It provides accurate temperature measurement, averting costly failures, preventing downtime, avoiding fires and enhancing workforce safety.

The camera can pan 360° continuously and tilt ±45°. This precise mechanism gives operators accurate pointing control while providing fully programmable scan patterns and slew-to-alarm capability. It houses a thermal imaging and a daylight/low light camera – the latter providing a 36x zoom – and is supplied as standard with a 15° and 25° lens.

The model contains all the necessary features and functions to build distributed single- or multi-camera systems to monitor large areas – such as coal piles and substations – using standard Ethernet hardware and software protocols. It is affordable with built-in smart features such as analysis and alarm functionality.

Flir Sensors Manager software is supplied with the camera allowing users to manage and control the camera in a TCP/IP network.

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