FLIR T300

This infrared camera is in excellent, lightly used condition. This is a GREAT camera for anyone starting out in infrared thermography. Many of the low cost cameras today are ok for providing colorful images. However, if you plan on taking thermography seriously, this camera would be considered a good starting point for both learning thermography and providing a full list of services. 

I am including over $200.00 in infrared books for free with purchase. The unit has been very lightly used and well cared for. The screen protector has never been removed and is still in place. I am forced to sell the camera due to health issues which are forcing me to retire earlier than anticipated.  

This camera, was used to perform all electrical, mechanical, energy and moisture related infrared thermography services at NASA for the first two LEED Certified structures at the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland. I state this to attest of the diversified capabilities of the unit. When I purchased the unit originally from FLIR, I paid approximately $9,000.00. This is an opportunity to enter the infrared thermography services market using high quality equipment as opposed to using cheap equipment which provides lower quality results or does not have the capabilities to provide the required services for energy related building assessments.

I am asking $3,000.00 or Best Offer for the equipment. Please call me at 440-655-9024 if you have any questions concerning the unit. You may call me at 440-655-9024 to discuss or ask any questions you may have. Thank You for looking. 

 

Technical Specs

  • Wireless No
  • IR Detector Resolution320 x 240 (76,800) Pixels
  • Thermal SensitivityLess Than or Equal To 50 mK
  • Picture In PictureYes
  • Laser SightingYes
  • Temp. Accuracy+/-3.6 or +/-2%
  • Focus MethodAuto
  • Visual Light Resolution3.1 MP
  • Display3.5" Touch-Screen Color LCD
  • Field of View25 Degrees Horizontal x 19 Degrees Vertical
  • Removable Memory CardSD
  • File Formatsjpg
  • Articulating LensYes
  • Special FeaturesVoice Annotation, MeterLink(TM)
  • Multiple Lens OptionYes
  • Drop Tested25G IEC 68-2-29
  • Spectral Response7.5 to 13um
  • Focus Range0.4m to Infinity
  • EmissivityAdjustable 0.1 to 1"
  • Ambient Temp. Range5 Degrees to 122 Degrees F (-15 Degrees to 50 Degrees C)
  • Data LoggingFully Radiometric IR Images and Visible Images
  • Image Frequency30 Hz
  • IncludesCamera with F 1.3 25deg Lens, Transport Case, Camera Lens Cap, Headset, Rechargeable Battery, 2-Bay Battery Charger, Video Cable, SD Memory Card, USB Cable, Sun Shield, Stylus Pen, CD-ROM Documentation, Power Supply, Reporting Software, and Instructions

 

 

Tags: Infrared, air, duct, energy, insulation, leakage, moisture, thermography

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