Flir T1020 Thermal Imaging for sale includes;
The FLIR T102012 HD Thermal Imaging Camera with Built-in Viewfinder, MSX and UltraMax Technologies and FLIR Tools+, 12° Lens, 1024 x 768, 30 Hz Framerate was born out of five decades of infrared expertise and a keen understanding of the expert's needs. T1020-12 offers outstanding infrared performance, without sacrifice or compromise.
Designed and built by FLIR, the OSX Precision HDIR optical system provides unsurpassed image clarity, detail, and temperature accuracy, from wide angle to telephoto. With its dynamic focus control, continuous auto focus, and responsive user interface, the T1020-12 definitely raises the bar on user-friendly performance. Its rugged, ergonomic design and rotating optical block take the stress out of a day-long list of inspections, making it easier to scan at difficult angles.
Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX) Technology adds visible spectrum definition to IR images by detecting the edges of objects. Text becomes clearly visible so that you can read a label or identifier within the IR image. This exclusive function provides extraordinary thermal detail that instantly highlights and orients problem locations and eliminates the need to refer back to a visual image for detail.
UltraMax is an image enhancement technology in the T1020-12 that captures a series of thermal images and combines the data into one new image. The result is an impressive quadrupling of thermal pixels, including full radiometric measurement data.
As a result, UltraMax thermal images will be clearer and larger, allowing for a better analysis of small details. Because of an increased number of pixels covering the same target area, UltraMax also decreases measurement spot size. This gives greater measurement accuracy to particularly small details. With the new UltraMax feature, users can obtain even better results, allowing them to be even more productive.
UltraMax is a type of superresolution, a technique for combining the information from multiple original images into an image with higher resolution and less noise. This might seem similar to two other scaling techniques - interpolation and pixel averaging. However, they are totally different.
UltraMax uses the natural movement of the human body to capture an image set in which each image is slightly offset from the others. This results in a wealth of data that is much greater than any one image could provide. The data is combined to form an image that includes many more pixels of the target, resulting in a resolution greater than that of the original camera detector. The data is also used to create a clearer image, since pixel noise can be reduced through comparing similar points in multiple images.
FLIR UltraMax captures 16 thermal images in less than one second. These are stored on the camera as a single jpg file, and will appear as one image when viewed on the camera or in software. In the FLIR Tools environment, you can choose to enhance the image resolution. This is the UltraMax functionality. The enhanced image will have twice the original resolution and four times as many pixels. All pixels still include radiometric data, just as with normal FLIR thermal images.
As a result, UltraMax thermal images will be clearer and larger, allowing better analysis of small details. Because of an increased number of pixels covering the same target area, UltraMax also decreases measurement spot size. This gives greater measurement accuracy to particularly small details.