FLIR Systems Releases Groundbreaking High Definition Handheld Thermal Camera
Sunday, September 27, 2015
FLIR Systems, Inc. today announced the release of the FLIR T1020, also known as the FLIR T1K, a premium thermal camera for use in a multitude of industrial and building diagnostics applications. The T1K is a high definition handheld instrument featuring exceptional measurement performance, outstanding image clarity, and a highlyresponsive user-interface. The T1K allows users to find hot spots quickly, measure them precisely, and streamline their entire work process.
The T1K features outstanding image quality due to the 1024 x 768-pixel uncooled infrared detector that offers twice the sensitivity of the industry standard for uncooled sensors. This resolution is further boosted by the addition of FLIR Vision ProcessingTM, which combines FLIR’s unique UltraMaxTM super resolution process with FLIR’s patented MSX® image enhancement software that overlays important visual details and perspective, such as numbers and labels, over the full resolution thermal image. The advanced image processing features provide the highest quality images available in a compact system.
High definition imaging requires high precision optics and the T1K’s lenses deliver best-in-class performance. The T1K features FLIR’s OSXTM Precision HDIR optics, which deliver superior image quality and range performance and allow for accurate temperature measurements from twice as far away compared to the industry-standard lenses. The T1K also features a new focusing system that offers continuous autofocus as well as a dynamic manual focus.
“With the T1K, FLIR has once again raised the bar in the premium thermography segment,” said Andy Teich, President and CEO of FLIR. “Making that happen required designing a line of truly superb high definition optics and developing our most precise temperature sensors ever. The FLIR T1K has all the tools experts need to work quickly and efficiently.”
The T1K is now available for purchase from select channel partners and directly from FLIR. To learn more about the T1K, visit www.flir.com/t1k