FLIR OSX Precision HDIR Optics
Provides high fidelity imagery and helps you pin-point the smallest anomalies from farther away.
Configurable to Your Needs
Four programmable buttons, rotating optical block and dynmaic focus that responds to your touch.
Most Accurate Temperature
Move between extreme hot and cold conditions and still get accurate measurements.
Rugged and Reliable
Rubberized optics and rugged camera housing built for the tough environment.
Avoid Glare in Bright Surroundings
High resolution viewfinder with glare-reducing eyecup makes scanning easier in daylight conditions.
Outstanding Image Clarity
The 1024 x 768 detector delivers 2.5x the pixels of a 640 x 480 camera, up to 3.1 MP with UltraMax.
FLIR Vision Processing
MSX, UltraMax and adaptive filtering algorithms ensure the smoothest and most detailed images.
Highly Responsive User Interface
Touch screen is FLIR’s fastest and most responsive yet.
Manual or Continuous Autofocus
Continuous autofocus keeps pace with your movements, or take full control with the tactile manual focus ring.
The FLIR T1020 thermal imaging camera has new optics, built and developed from the ground up, meaning this infrared camera uses lenses specifically designed for use with HD detectors. Utilising HDIR optics helps this camera deliver crisp, high quality images with an exceptional range and performance. The FLIR T1020 has a cutting edge image sensitivity of 0.02°C, with tiny temperature variations being combined to provide an image thats rich in thermal data. The new detector in this thermal imaging camera can view and measure a huge span of temperatures from -40 to 2000 °C, ensuring that you can investigative heat loss issues for a wide variety of applications.
Further enhancing the FLIR T1020 infrared camera is the host of hardware and software features. The T1020 can record full radiometric video, communicate with other devices via wireless and bluetooth, utilise UltraMax technology to produce images up to 2048 x 1536 resolution and annotate images with voice or text on the go.
1024 × 768 HD resolution, 786,432 pixels
Sensitivity of 0.02 °C
View and measure temperatures from -40 to 2000 °C (-40 to 3632 °F)
UltraMax doubles image resolution to 2048 x 1536
OSX Precision HDIR Lens gives greater accuracy with less noise
Accuracy of 1% in main range
Continuous auto focus plus dynamic manual focus
MSX Enhancement combines full infrared with visible light details
Wifi and Bluetooth for live streaming and capture to Apple and Android devices