Thermal Imaging Camera suits IR inspection applications.
July 27, 2012 -
Based on 3.1 megapixel digital camera, OSXL-E Series provides thermal imaging with up to 76,800 pixels. Unit features Wi-Fi connectivity, scalable P-i-P, thermal fusion, and ability to store more than 1,000 JPEG images. Intuitive interface utilizes 3.5 in. color LCD for access to onscreen diagnostics tools. With battery life of over 4 hours, camera is suitable for discovering missing insulation, faulty HVAC systems, and other issues that waste energy.
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|Original Press Release |
Omega Engineering, Inc.
River Bend Executive Center
Stamford, CT, 06907
OMEGA Introduces Compact Infrared Cameras OSXL-E
Stamford, CT USA
Omega's new series of thermal imaging cameras are designed to fit beautifully into your IR inspection program, budget and the palm of your hands. The OSXL-E series feature on-board visual camera, Wi-Fi connectivity, scalable P-i-P (Picture in Picture), thermal fusion and a bright LED light. This CE compliant product stores more than 1000 JPEG images which is shown with the digital camera's 3.1 mega pixel resolution. The highly accurate OSXL-E series has a long battery life of over 4 hrs. The OSXL-E is ideal for discovering missing insulation, faulty HVAC systems, and other issues that waste energy and lots of money. It is also useful for finding hidden problems quickly, making timely repairs, preventing unscheduled shutdowns, and improving plant safety by discovering overheated bearings, linkages, and other components before they can interrupt your operations or create safety hazards. The OSXL-E can large areas and hundreds of connections quickly and efficiently to prevent unexpected service outages and lost revenues.
Price Starts at $2995
ATTN Editor, please use this link to the complete spec sheet as the link printed with the product release: http://www.omega.com/pptst/OSXL-E.html
Phone: 1-800-TC-OMEGA or 203-359-1660