Ideal Industries' HeatSeeker 160 thermal imaging camera delivers a higher resolution thermal image and a two-megapixel visual image

Ideal Industries' HeatSeeker 160 thermal imaging camera features a Class II laser and delivers a higher resolution thermal image (160 x 120, 19,200 pixels) and a two-megapixel visual image in a temperature range of 14° F to 482° F with an accuracy of ±2° C. Designed for non-contact preventive maintenance, it is designed to identify potential problems before they occur by detecting hot spots on motors, switch gear, processing pipes, compressors and fuse panels.

The HeatSeeker 160 is fully radiometric, meaning it will capture temperature measurements over the entire image. Four cursors, moveable anywhere on the live 3.5-inch LCD screen, can be selected to identify the hottest and coldest temperatures in real time. 

Images may be graphically displayed in adjustable blends of the actual photographic image and the thermal image from 100% thermal to 100% visual. Sequence image recording up to every hour or by alarm settings. Also featured is Picture-In-Picture (PIP) technology to display a small area of the image in IR surrounded by the larger image in photographic mode. In addition, images can be marked by voice and text annotations. 

Up to 2,000 images can be stored on the HeatSeeker 160's removable 2GB micro SD memory card. The HeatSeeker 160 is IP54 rated to resist water and dust, and will withstand drops up to 6.5 feet (2 meters). An LED light is built in for image capture in poorly lit environments. It comes with a field-replaceable, rechargeable Li-ion battery capable of up to five hours of continuous operation.

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