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FLIR TG130 - 

Thermal Imager, 55° x 43°, 100 mm, 9 Hz, -10 °C

FLIR TG130 - Thermal Imager, 55° x 43°, 100 mm, 9 Hz, -10 °C

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Manufacturer:
FLIR FLIR
Manufacturer Part No:
FLIR TG130
Newark Part No.:
78Y9398
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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55° x 43°
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100mm
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9Hz
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-10°C
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150°C
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Product Overview

The TG130 from Flir Systems is a spot thermal camera. It quickly finds and troubleshoot temperature related issues around the house and solve problems fast. It is ideal for seasonal home inspections and can help user to find heat loss around doors, floors, walls, pipes or windows. It locates spots where insulation is missing or locates drafts.
  • 1.8inch TFT LCD display
  • Field of view of 55° x 43°
  • Minimum focus distance of 0.1m (4inch) and image frequency is 9Hz
  • Spectral range from 7.5µm to 14µm
  • Operating temperature range from 10°C to +45°C (14 to 113°F)
  • Dimension is 169mm x 113mm x 48mm and weight is 0.21Kg (0.46 lb.)
  • Certifications CE/PSE/EN/UL/CSA 60950-1

Applications

Test & Measurement

Contents

Imaging IR spot thermal camera, Printed documentation, Lanyard, 3 × AAA (LR03) batteries.

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