FLIR TG130 Helps Families Reduce Energy Costs
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
Today at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, FLIR announced the new TG130 Spot Thermal Camera that allows do-it-yourself homeowners and small business owners to quickly find and troubleshoot temperature-related issues around the house. Designed for seasonal home inspections and home repairs, the TG130 helps visually pinpoint temperature issues that can help reduce home energy costs.
Built with a FLIR’s revolutionary Lepton thermal camera core, the TG130 allows people to:
- Find heat loss around doors, floors, walls, pipes, or windows.
- Expose spots where insulation is missing, and show drafts where cold air enters the house.
- Identify the source of water leaks or find rodent nests behind walls (yikes!).
- Save time and money on troubleshooting HVAC performance, electrical issues affecting home appliances, and use the TG130 to ensure that food is stored and served at a safe temperature.
The portable, ergonomic TG130 requires no special training or prior experience with thermal imaging technology. Simply aim the thermal camera at a targeted object or surface to measure the temperature, then click the pull trigger to freeze and view an image.
To learn more about the TG130 visit www.flir.com/TG130.