PRLog - Jun. 23, 2009 - LEIGHTON BUZZARD, U.K. -- SKF, the knowledge engineering company, has launched a low cost, easy-to-use digital camera offering both thermal and 2 Megapixel visual imaging, suitable for use by maintenance technicians with a limited knowledge of thermal imaging. The new SKF TKTI 10 thermal camera has the appearance of a digital camera and operates in a similar way but with a unique feature that allows thermal and visual images to be blended for easy image interpretation.
Using proprietary array based detector (ABD) technology, images are easily viewed on a large backlit 3.5” screen, and can be saved to a micro SD card. Unlike low-end thermal imagers, two spot temperatures can be displayed on the screen and these can be independently moved to select an area of interest.
For experienced thermographers the camera also has auto temperature ranging, eight colour pallets, selectable emissivity, reflected temperature compensation, hot and cold spot finding, temperature area measurement, automatic and user selectable level and span, isotherm display, temperature gradients, and user selectable temperature units and image browser.
The main areas of application for which the TKTI 10 can be used include the electrical, industrial, automotive, HVAC and building services, and the food sector. The camera is supplied complete with all accessories and software in a padded carrying case.
For further information please contact:
Phil Burge, Marketing Manager, SKF (U.K.) Limited, Sundon Park Road, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU3 3BL. Tel: 01582 496433. Fax: 01582 846812. Email:
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