FLIR A310 pt
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Multi-Sensor Thermal Imaging Camera for Condition Monitoring
FLIR A310 pt thermal cameras can be installed almost anywhere to monitor the condition of your critical equipment and other valuable assets. Designed to help safeguard your plant and measure temperature differences, they allow you to see problems before they become costly failures -- preventing downtime and enhancing worker safety.
FLIR A310 pt is ideal for various applications that require temperature measurement capabilities including: substation, transformer, waste bunker, and coal pile monitoring.
The FLIR A310 pt pan/tilt has all the necessary features and functions to build single- or multi-camera solutions. The FLIR A310 pt can pan +/- 360º continuous and tilt +/- 45º. It is ideal to cover large areas. Typical application examples are coal pile, waste bunker and substation monitoring, utilising standard Ethernet hardware and software protocols. The FLIR A310 pt is a multi-sensor and includes a lowlight 36x zoom colour CCD camera.
Excellent Image Quality
FLIR A310 pt contains an uncooled Vanadium Oxide (VOx) microbolometer detector. It produces crisp thermal images of 320 x 240 pixels and makes temperature differences as small as 50 mK clearly visible. It comes with a built-in 25 degree lens with motorised focus. MPEG-4 streamed video output over Ethernet to show live images on a PC, and 640 x 480 with overlay up to 30 Hz. Composite video outputs, PAL and NTSC compatible are available. Both cameras can be controlled remotely over the Web and TCP/IP protocol.
Built-In Analysis And Alarm Functions
FLIR A310 pt comes standard with built-in analysis functions like spot, area measurement and temperature difference. Alarms can be set to go off as function of analysis.
Designed for use in harsh environments
A310 pt is an extremely rugged system that meets IP66 requirements, protecting the camera from dust and water.
FLIR Sensors Manager
Each FLIR A310 pt comes with a single sensor copy of FLIR Sensors Manager. This intuitive software allows users to manage and control the cameras in a TCP/IP network.