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PITTSBURGH, PA - With Bluetooth voice recording technology and a detector resolution 45% higher than the standard 320 x 240 pixels, the ThermoProTP8 thermal imager from Ametek Land sets new standards for thermographic cameras is used to inspect plants, buildings, structures and other targets.

Within the measurement range -4o to 1472oF/-20o to 800 oC, users can capture thermal and visual images simultaneously, record dynamic radiometric sequences of moving targets in real-time, and store up to 1,000 images on a generous 2 GB memory card that are all part of the standard package. Automatic capabilities include hot spot and image center detection. Preferred operational settings can be saved and recalled instantly.

Inspection reports can be created in minutes with a simple Microsoft Word interface using a pre-defined template or manually by the user. Inspection reports can include the thermal and visual images, measurement details and annotated text as well as other essential information.

The TP8 uses a 384 x 288 IR camera and a color 1280 x 1024 visual camera. Operators simply locate the scene to be inspected and press a button to save both high-resolution thermal and visual images. These images are saved as a matched pair text annotation and a voice recording of up to 30 seconds. An integrated laser locator helps to associate a hot spot shown in a thermal image with the real physical target.

Up to eight areas can be analyzed simultaneously in live, zoomed, frozen or saved format with respective maximum, minimum or average temperatures indicated within each. Display options include line, histogram and isotherm. The TP8 flash internal memory can store up to 450 images, with a further 1000 on an SD card.


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