The T620 Thermal Camera from FLIR is a thermal imaging device with an on-board 5MP camera, 45° lens, autofocus support, and a 4.3" touchscreen LCD. The camera allows you to capture sharp thermal images with 640 x 480 resolution. It supports auto-orientation that allows the camera to automatically orients on-screen temperature measurement data, whether in portrait or landscape mode.
Wi-Fi connectivity allows you to connect the camera to smartphones or tablet PCs for the wireless transfer of images or remote controlling. Another integrated wireless technology is Bluetooth. The Bluetooth-based METERLiNK function transfers readings from external measurement instruments (available separately) to annotate the captured IR image.
The T620 Thermal Camera features UltraMax function. With UltraMax, you can further improve the resolution of the native thermal images for better clarity and a higher level of temperature measurement accuracy. Using UltraMax, thermal images captured with this 640 x 480 resolution camera can be turned into an ultra-sharp image with up to 1280 x 960 pixels. With up to four times more pixels covering the target area, UltraMax allows for more detailed analysis of smaller components. More pixels not only boost image quality, they also improve the distance to spot size ratio for even greater measurement accuracy on small or distant objects.
UltraMax functionality can also be combined with FLIR's patented Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX), which etches key details from the visible light image onto the thermal image. This helps you to see easily recognizable features such as numbers, labels, and texture onto live, stored, and UltraMax thermal images for easier orientation and locating.