AEMC Industrial Thermal Cameras

AEMC 1954 - Thermal Imaging IR Camera
Catalog: 2121.41
  • Detector Size: 160 x 120 Sensor
  • Thermal Sensitivity: 80 mK (NETD)
  • Temperature Range Max: 482 F
  • Temperature Range Min: -4 F
  • Image Frequency: 9 Hz
  • Field of View: 28 x 38 Degrees

List Price: $2,140.00

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AEMC Industrial Thermal Cameras

Industrial Thermal cameras are used to evaluate existing electrical, mechanical and HVAC conditions before they become hazardous to personnel in the workplace. This allows the user to eliminate possible dangerous situations and allows time to adjust and modify existing operations for the safety of all workers. Reducing downtime and increasing energy efficiency are two primary results of utilizing Thermal Cameras. The primary purpose of Thermal Cameras is the measurement of temperature and differential temperature in order to maintain all operations safely.

Experience and knowledge is basic to understanding Thermal Cameras and their use. Maintaining a staff of Certified Level I & II Thermographers is essential to providing experienced and educated assistance for our customers. Having over 10 years experience in solving Industrial, Commercial and Building Diagnostic problems allow us to understand many existing problems and work together to provide satisfactory solutions. Whether Electrical connections  are running too hot and may be a cause for instrument failure or a possible fire or motor casings are running beyond the manufacturer’s specifications, the right Camera for the right application will always be provided.

Cameras may be chosen based on a variety of specifications including narrow or wide angle lenses (field of view), IR resolution or pixel arrays, display capability, memory storage capability, temperature ranges, sensitivity, and even Wi-Fi or Bluetooth availability. Considerations may also be based on video memory or video live streaming, audio capture or voice-over, or palette selection in order to emphasize actual temperature or temperature differential.

Thermal cameras are based on the measurement of radiated surface energy and are used in applications including , but not limited to: Industrial, Residential, Commercial, Maritime, Law Enforcement, First Responders, Military, Hunting and Sports. For many, a Thermal Camera is an essential tool for situational exposure, safety evaluation and solution support. Just as a speedometer is used in transportation to indicate safe speed, a Thermal Camera is used to monitor many temperature conditions for safe use.

Although there are many categories for Camera use, here are some general descriptions of typical professional using Thermal Cameras.

  • Building Inspectors
  • Electricians
  • Contractors
  • Building Diagnostic Consultants
  • Plant and Building Maintenance Professionals
  • HVAC Electrical Contractors
  • HVAC Mechanical Contractors
  • Mold Remediation Professionals

For complete Industrial Thermal Camera information, please view our Buying Guide or call/chat with one of our Thermal Camera Specialists for immediate solutions.