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Old 06-26-2011, 02:37 AM
 
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The Wahl Heat Spy Thermal Imager

Rating: 4 out of 5
  • Currently 4.0/5.0

Any time people imagine about installing a thermal imager they think about the astronomical costs of this security device but that is not the story when it comes to the Wahl Heat Spy Imager. This imager is located at hot spots and it indicates surface temperatures especially when it is integrated with a PC or even a pocket PC. This state of the art imager is ergonomically designed and is extremely flexible and since it is light weigh it becomes very easy for installation and using. Other additional accessories that come with it include a digital camera, a PC, two handles and a rechargeable camera light.
The standard Wahl Heat Spy Imager comes with a 20 degree field of view and has a temperature range of -10/300 degree centigrade and it is known for its high degree of accuracy with high temperatures going as far as 1000 degree centigrade at long distance which works to ranges of up to 10 degrees of view. Apart form the leather shoulder strap that prevents the camera from falling, this camera also comes with software, a 2 meter RS 232 connection cable, 4-AA alkaline batteries, an AC/DC adapter, a carrying case as well as a user's manual and of course a one year warranty.
Many who use this camera use it for diagnostic tool for diagnosis, prevention as well as maintenance. The Heat Spy Imager is able to detect anomalies that the naked eye will not detect and with that corrective measures will be employed before harm comes on the way. It is used especially for mechanical and electrical equipment as well as pipes, furnaces, wet roof installations, and many other applications. It takes temperature ranges either manually or automatically and the emissivity of the thermal pictures is then saved in memory and it is automatically stamped and dated. Descriptive labels can be written later for future retrieval.

Review by professional reviewer, Dec. 8, 2010
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