Flir T640-25, 55904-6621 IR Thermal Imaging Camera

Price: $32,042.35
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Product Features

  • Display: Built-in touch screen, 4.3" wide screen LCD, 800x480 pixels
  • IR resolution: 640x480 pixels
  • Thermal sensitivity/NETD: <35 mK @ +30°C
  • Field of view (FOV): 25°x19°
  • Minimum focus distance: 0.25 m
  • Focal length: 25 mm
  • Spatial resolution (IFOV): 0.68 mrad
  • Lens identification: Automatic
  • F-number: 1.0
  • Image frequency: 30 Hz
  • Focus: Continuous, one shot or manual
  • Digital zoom: 1–8x continuous
  • GPS: Location data automatically added to every image from built-in GPS
  • Compass: Camera direction automatically added to every image
  • Built-in digital camera: 5 Mpixel with LED light
  • Battery type: Rechargeable Li Ion battery
  • Battery operating time: > 2.5 hours
  • Size: 5.6"x7.7"x3.7"
  • Weight: 2.87 lbs

Product Information

FLIR 55904-6922 Model T640-25 Thermal Imaging IR Camera with Wi-Fi and 25° Lens; Built-in touch screen, 4.3" wide screen LCD, 800x480 pixels display; 25°x19° field of view (FOV); 30 Hz Image frequency

The FLIR T640 is designed for the expert requiring the highest performance and the latest technology available. The T640 is flexible and can meet your every need, and has extensive communication options.

Key Features

  • Equipped with the innovative Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX) feature, which produces an image richer in detail than ever before
  • User interface is intuitive and logical for effective operation
  • Auto-orientation allows you to tilt between landscape and portrait views
  • Wi-Fi connectivity of the T640 allows you to connect to smart phones or tablet PCs for the wireless transfer of images or the remote control of the camera
  • Bluetooth-based Meterlink function transfers readings from external measurement instruments to the IR image