FLIR launches thermal camera for FM operators
Designed for both homeowners and small businesses, the unit helps users to quickly locate, identify and troubleshoot temperature-related issues within the respective structure
Flir has recently unveiled its latest TG130 Spot Thermal Camera, a new unit designed for inspections and repairs of temperature-related issues in buildings, reducing energy costs over the long-term.
Ideal for both homeowners and small business, the TG130 camera comes equipped with FLIR’s own Lepton thermal camera core. This enables uses to identify heat loss around doors, floors, pipes and windows.
This also allows the unit to spot where insulation is lacking, pinpointing the point where drafts of cold air may enter the premises.
Additionally, TG130 can identify the source of water leaks within the structure’s MEP infrastructure, and can even spot rodent infestations behind walls.
Overall, the unit is designed to save both time and money on troubleshooting a structure’s HVAC performance, electrical issues affecting domestic appliances, as well as ensuring a safe temperature for food storage.
Part of the sensor systems manufacturer’s thermal imaging product line, the TG130 requires no specialised training for utilisation. Based on a simple point-and-click design, users only need to point and click at a targeted object or surface to acquire a measurement.
Establishing a reputable name within the thermal imaging and threat detection markets, FLIR has produced a whole range of products designed for residential, commercial and industrial application.