FLIR T600 Infrared Camera

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The Flir T600 features a 25 degree lens & 480 x 360 pixel resolution for intensive thermal inspections from long ranges.

Thermography's best ergonomics along with economical thermal resolution is perfect for all of your most important infrared inspections. Capture high quality thermal images with an amazing 172,800 pixel resolution which provides you with unsurpassed detection, temperature measurements and pictures even from long ranges.

The innovative rotating optical block allows overhead scans as well as underneath objects or from difficult angles. This is all made possible by Flir's exclusive 120 degree vertical oscillating IR lens system and large fixed display which keeps your target easily viewable.

MSX Enhancement also known as Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging combines visible light spectrum definition to your infrared images in real-time. This delivers phenomenal thermal detail which helps you to instantly identify problematic locations.

Streaming video and remote control with Wi-Fi - Camera function control, live video stream monitoring, image and data importing from your T600 with FLIR Tool Mobile application from your tablet or smartphone to quickly share information from the field.

The Auto Focus feature is the industry's fastest and gives you the ultimate in accuracy and clarity. Manual focus is also provided to give you 100% flexibility.

Compass & GPS - Geo location added automatically as well as your camera's pointing direction toward images so you can include them in your professional reports.

Multiple measurement capability - Include amazing detail using 10 spots of measurement, Delta T temp. differential, five box areas, isotherm and automatic cold / hot markers.

Wireless transmitting crucial diagnostic data with Meterlink from your moisture and clamp meters directly to your infrared camera. Thermal image annotations are convenient to provide further documentation details to your inspections and reports.

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