FLIR Infrared Cameras

Oct. 28, 2009
The new T300 and B300 infrared cameras from FLIR capture detailed images and video for in-plant maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) activities and building inspections.

The T300 matches 2% thermal accuracy, has a 30Hz frame rate and a temperature measurement range of -4ºF to 1,202ºF, with an optional range reaching to 2,192ºF.

The B300 (pictured) is suited for building-related diagnostic and inspection procedures, including weatherization and energy audits, moisture/mold/water-damage remediation and restoration, insulation audits and heating and cooling assessments. The B300 has a temperature range of -4ºF to 248ºF and alarms that indicate moisture and insulation problems.

Both cameras swivel, allowing them to aim at targets without compromising an operator’s view of the 3.5-inch color touchscreen.

In addition, FLIR’s laser LocatIR pointer allows a user to pinpoint a hotspot on a component and record the spot on the IR image. Picture-in-picture fusion allows technicians to superimpose a scalable thermal image over a visible-light digital image. A built-in flash lamp helps illuminate the job site. The imagers’ video streaming capability can be used for extended monitoring or recording.

Each camera in the T300 and B300 lines includes an SD memory card, Li-Ion rechargeable battery with 100-260VAC adaptor/charger, 2-bay battery charger, QuickReport software, USB Mini-B cable, video cable, sun shield, stylus pen, headset, camera lens cap and transport case.

FLIR Infrared Cameras