The new NEC Thermo GEAR G120/G100 introduced by Applied Infrared Sensing (AIS) is ideal thermography tool for assessment of electrical and mechanical faults and research work. Its shape is perfect for capturing images from any angle; a super-fine thermal image enabling the detection of abnormalities in a wide range; an optical compatibility with telephoto lenses; support for high-temperature measurement; useful support functions to detect abnormal points without delay; management of large amount of data and fast report generation.
Infrared camera Thermo GEAR G120/G100 employs a gun grip design with a rotating monitor similar to that of a video camera which enables one-hand operation to capture images in a comfortable position from any angle, from right above to right under. The weight is approximately 800 grams (including the battery pack) making it easier to carry around during field inspection. It can also be set up on a tripod which can be required for research work.
Thermo GEAR G120/G100 come with a variety of standard functions. For instance, the image capture support functions of a 2-megapixel visible camera, simultaneous recording, parallel display and varied synthetic display modes of visible and thermal images; LED light for lighting the dark objects to capture; a laser pointer for pointing at the capture point and various measuring support functions such as a vibration alarm function (the world’s first*), which is useful on sites where the alarm sound cannot be heard because of loud background noise; free standard software that provides a variety of analysis options and report- generating functions.
Furthermore, the highly functional infrared camera G120 is equipped with plenty of innovative functions, including a panorama thermal image capture function (the world’s first *), which is indispensable to the measurement at large plant equipment and construction and civil engineering sites, and a direct real-time recording function that enables the direct writing of analyzable fully radiometric video images to the SD memory card.
* The panorama thermal image capture function and the vibration alarm function were the world’s first according to an internal survey as of the end of December 2009 prepared by NEC AVIO Infrared Technologies Co., Ltd.