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The ULIRIVISION TI120 thermal imaging camera uses thermal imaging technology for non-contact, non-invasive visualisation of skin surface temperature differences.
It makes it possible for defence, government, and public and private sectors to screen for possible fatal viruses like SARS, bird flu, H1N1 flu, etc, at airports, seaports, office buildings, high-traffic areas and other areas of mass gatherings while allowing crowds to keep moving. Other applications include clinical diagnostics as well as veterinarian and medical research.
The detector is an uncooled FPA with a 160 x 120 IR pixel resolution. With a spectral range of 7.5–14 μm, the camera can measure temperatures in the range of 20–50°C. It weighs <0.65 kg with the battery and standard lens. Other features include: a bright, 3.5″ colour LCD; 50 Hz real-time imaging; accuracy to ±0.6°C; automatic search and alarm; and non-contact monitoring.
The product includes a thermal imaging camera with a standard IR lens, two Li-ion batteries, a battery charger, an adapter, a USB cable, an SD card, a card reader, a software CD, a warranty card, a certificate and a calibration book. Optional accessories include a laptop and an SLR camera.NEXT ARTICLE
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