FLIR unveils TG165-X Thermal Camera with MSX image enhancement feature

This new spot thermal camera has improved diagnosis for electrical and inspection maintenance.
FLIR unveils TG165-X Thermal Camera with MSX image enhancement feature

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FLIR Systems, Inc. is a world-leading industrial technology company, has launched TG165-X MSX® Thermal Camera for electrical contractors, machine technicians, facilities maintenance engineers, home inspectors, and HVAC professionals. Engineered for tough work environments, this upgrade to the popular TG165 provides an all-in-one diagnostics tool with a spot temperature gun and thermal imager, enhanced by FLIR’s patented Multi-spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX). 

Rickard Lindvall, General Manager-Solutions, FLIR Systems said, “With the addition of MSX, the TG165-X offers improved identification of hot spots that indicate electrical or mechanical failures, and the cold spots that indicate water or air leaks. Further, the TG165-X visually guides professionals to the source of common system failures so they can diagnose the problem and begin repairs more quickly.”

Built around a true thermal 80*60 camera sensor with 4,800 pixels, FLIR MSX’s two-camera technology makes images easier to understand by adding visual details to full thermal images and making them sharper to recognise physical features. A new laser-projected bullseye target aids in pinpointing areas of concern, while the bright 2.4-inch LCD colour display and wide 51*66 degrees field-of-view provide a comprehensive view of the area of interest.

The TG165-X includes an IP54 enclosure for protection against dust and water and a drop-rating of two meters (6.6 feet), making it ideal for both indoor and outdoor inspections. The camera can store up to 50,000 images and data to an embedded four-gigabyte flash memory which can be downloaded to FLIR Tools to create professional reports.

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