Fluke General Purpose Thermal Imaging Camera

What is a thermal image camera?

Thermal imaging camera. A thermal imaging camera (colloquially known as a TIC) is a type of thermographic camera used in police chases.

What is a thermal cam?

A thermal camera is a special camera that has been designed to capture and interpret infrared radiation, which is then displayed on a screen like any other camera. Simply put, thermal cameras are able to pick up any object that has a heat signature of any type.

What is thermal imaging?

Thermal imaging, also called thermography or thermal video, is the means by which humans may see in the infrared portion of the spectrum. Since every object gives off some amount of thermal radiation, thermal imaging is ideal for observing a scene in conditions of extreme darkness or when obscured by smoke, fog, rain,…


A lightweight, battery-operated thermal imaging camera that is simple to operate and durable. It’s easy to operate and can be used with just one hand even when you are wearing gloves. It features a 3.5 inch LCD screen with 160 x 120 resolution (19,200 pixels) but you can also share the images you have captured with others via a smartphone app or store them on an SD card. The images are displayed using the standard color palette of rainbow, blue-red, amber and grayscale.

The infrared thermal camera features a laser pointer to help you accurately pinpoint issues and provides a very detailed picture thanks to the 3.39 mRad spatial resolution. Subtle temperature differences are clearly indicated as the thermal sensitivity is an impressive ≤0.10°C at 30°C (100 mK).


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