Infra-red camera reveals building energy losses

Published:  15 February, 2010

Flir has introduced two new mid-range infra-red cameras to help reduce the energy consumption of buildings in line with the EU’s latest energy-declaration legislation. The B365 and B425 cameras feature low weight, picture-in-picture fusion, touch screen, tiltable lens unit and interchangeable optics.

Standard features include the ability to show insulation performance of the building. Leak points can be recorded using the laser marker to mark exact locations on the image. Other features include auto-focus, digital zoom lens, text annotations and built-in light.

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