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FLIR T840 High-Performance Thermal Camera with Viewfinder

FLIR T840 High-Performance Thermal Camera with Viewfinder

The FLIR T840 24° infrared camera is designed to help electric utility and other thermography professionals comfortably survey equipment both indoors or outdoors and seek out signs of failure all day long.

Thanks to an integrated eyepiece viewfinder and a bright 4-inch color LCD display, the T840 makes it easy to conduct inspections outside in bright, challenging light conditions. The 180° rotating lens platform and thoughtful ergonomic design help users quickly diagnose failing components in hard-to-reach areas. A 6° telephoto lens option is available to ensure accurate temperature measurement of small targets from farther distances.

FLIR T840 thermal camera

Specifications Overview:

  • Accuracy: ±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading
  • IR Resolution: 464 x 348 (161,472 pixels)
  • Laser Pointer: Yes
  • Object Temperature Range: -20°C to 120°C (-4°F to 248°F); 0°C to 650°C (32°F to 1202°F); 300°C to 1500°C (572°F to 2732°F)
  • Programmable Buttons: 2
  • Thermal Sensitivity/NETD: <30 mK at 30°C (42° lens)
  • Macro Mode: 71 µm effective spotsize
  • Text: Predefined list or touchscreen keyboard
  • Time Lapse: 10 sec to 24 hrs
  • Voice: 60 sec. recording added to still images or video via built-in mic (has speaker) or via Bluetooth
  • Weight & Dimensions (without lens): 1.3 kg (2.9 lbs), 140 x 201 x 84 mm (5.5 x 7.9 x 3.3 in)

Scan large areas from a safe distance with 464 x 348 resolution, and reduce the strain of full-day inspections with the 180° rotating optical block

Get industry-leading image clarity from FLIR Vision Processing™, MSX®, and UltraMax® to help you make the right call – fast

Get the most out of your workday with rapid reporting features that help you organize findings in the field

The FLIR FlexView lens allows you to switch from a 24° wide view to a 14° telephoto for accurate temperature measurement. Learn more>>

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