Infrared cameras and surveys

High resolution infrared images
 Guide
BritIR B series in action

BritIR infrared camera from Impact Instruments                   

                        B Series

BritIR Model B0 Thermal Imaging Camera

  • 80 x 80 pixels
  • 11mm lens
  • 50/60Hz
  • WiFi optional
  • Saves infrared photos to SD card
  • Import digital photos with separate camera into the Word report
  • 0 to 250°C

BritIR Front view lens cap openBritIR Model B1 Infrared Camera

  • 160 x 120 pixels
  • 11mm lens
  • 50/60Hz
  • WiFi optional
  • Infrared photos only
  • Import digital photos with separate camera
  • -20 to 350°C

BritIR B Series Kits include :

BritIR camera, 1 x Li-Ion battery, USB cable (1m), power supply with multi plugs, SD card, wrist strip, quick start guide, IR Analyser CD and cardboard packing box.

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D Series

                Guide D SeriesAndroid and iOSThermography APP for D series
 
 
iOS / ANDROID APP - Search for "Thermography" in Apple or Google Play Store to download 

 

Model D160

From R 39 000.00

  • 160 x 120 pixels
  • 7mm lens
  • 50/60Hz

Model D400

From R 72 000.00

  • 384 x 288 pixels
  • 19mm lens
  • 50/60Hz

Features :

  • 4” high light, brightness adjustable, touch screen
  • Built in light for clear digital photos in low light conditions
  • MIF technology
  • 16G SD card
  • Wi Fi share, allows immediate image transfer as required

Specifications :

  • -20 to 650°C (up to 1500°C optional)
  • Camera takes : digital image, infrared image, picture in picture and MIF ("see through" function allowing details on equipment to be seen through the thermal image)
  • 0.5m minimum focus distance
  • 60 seconds of voice recording per photo
  • 5MP digital camera
  • Laser pointer
  • 4 hour battery life
  • 2m drop tested
  • Use with APP or download into software provided on PC
  • Analyse images in the field with onboard tools, or on PC once downloaded - 5 spots, 2 lines, 5 areas, delta T and isotherm

Kits include :

D series camera with rechargeable Li-ion battery, hand strap, USB cable, HDMI cable, 16G TF card, CD, accessory list card, quick user guide, user manual, certificate of calibration.

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C Series

C Series High Resolution Infrared Camera

Model C 400 - 25

  • 400 x 300 pixels
  • 50/60Hz
  • 25mm lens
  • Auto focus
  • Saves infrared photos, digital photos, picture in picture, MIF and 60 seconds of voice recording at the press of one button.
  • 5 spot tools
  • 5 area tools
  • Dew point
  • Sketch on image
  • 8 palettes
  • 5” LCD Touch screen or joystick operationC Series with MIF
  • Windows style menu
  • WiFi connectivity
  • Digital compass, GPS, light sensor
  • -20 to 800°C or 2000°C (optional)

 

Model C 640 - 25

  • 640 X 480 pixels
  • 8 spot tools
  • 8 area tools
  • -20 to 800°C or 2000°C (optional)
  • Remaining specifications as C 400 - 25

 

Model C 640P - 25

  • 640 X 480 pixels
  • 50Hz/60Hz
  • 10 spot tools
  • 10 area tools
  • Blue tooth
  • -20 to 800°C or 2000°C (optional)
  • Remaining specifications as C 400 - 25
C Series Components

Surveys 

Impact Instruments performs the following surveys on behalf of customers at their premises :

IR Scan exampleInfrared Scanning

Infrared scanning is performed by a qualified thermographer with at least an ITC Level 1 certification and two years experience. All infrared cameras are calibrated on an annual basis. Surveys include the thermographer taking both digital and thermal photos at the client's premises, downloading of images into software, matching of areas, section, measured points, etc. with photos, analysis, recommendation and grading of fault.
Production of hard copy report, in format required (hard copy only, or hard copy and cd).
If the inspections are for electrical installations, it is recommended to do the inspection under load conditions, in order to get an accurate indication of faults, and the presence of your electrician to facilitate the opening and closing of panels is required. On the day of inspection, it would be an advantage if the panels to be inspected could be identified and opened and ready for inspection, prior to the arrival of the auditor.