CEM DT-9885 Thermal Imager

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CEM DT-9885 Thermal Imager with high-resolution(384×288) helps the user to find problems with advanced features and functionalities. Infrared inspections are made faster and more efficient with CEM DT-9885, which can also help to document problematic areas for additional analysis.
Applications: HVAC/R Transportation / Automotive Cooling and Reheating Serving Areas Food Service Equipment Cold Storage



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Product Description

Features of CEM DT-9885 Thermal Imager:

  • Thermal Imager with TFT color LCD display ensures High Performance and high-resolution(384×288)
  • Meter-box analysis system quickly identifies and keep the track of inspection locations by adding digital images of important information and surrounding areas
  • Finds problems faster and easier with accurately identifying potential issues by combining digital and IR images
  • Picture in Picture function Displays thermal image superimposed over a digital image
  • LED Flashlight allows the visual camera and fusion to be used in poor light environments
  • Wide Temperature Range from -20 to +500°C targeting electrical and industrial applications
  • ±2% Accuracy for reliable temperature measurement
  • The image rotation feature allows to automatically rotate the active image
  • Audio recorded with the video image acts as a speaker to listen to audio recorded with the video image
  • The capacitive touch screen is easier, productive and effective to operate it
  • Lithium polymer Rechargeable Battery lasts >4hrs continuous use; replaceable
  • A thumbnail image gallery helps the user to quickly review and find your thermal images easily.
  • Minimum or the Maximum Temperature reading in the selected area can be toggled using Area (Min/Max) mode
  • The button activates the laser pointer that will help you associate the hot or cold spot in the thermal image with the real physical target in the field.
  • The wide-angle and Tele lenses feature helps to adapt the device to every situation.
  • Standard video, USB outputs, Removable SD card.

Additional Information

Weight 1.5 kg
Manufacturer
Model DT-9885
IR Resolution 384 x 288 pixels, Focal Plane Array (FPA), Uncooled Microbalomenter
Object Temperature Range Low Range -20°C to + 150°C (-4°F to + 302°F) High Range 0°C to + 500°C (+32°F to + 932°F)
Accuracy ±2°C
Field of View (FOV) 24.6° X 18.6°
Minimum focus Distance 0.3m (0.99ft.)
Thermal Sensitivity / NETD < 0.05°C @ +30°C (+86°F) / 50 mK
Image Frequency 50Hz
Focus mode Manual
Zoom 1-20x Continuous, Digital Zoom
Rotate 0°- 360°, Continuous Change by 1°
Display
Image Modes IR Image, Visual Image, Picture in Picture
Storage Media 4 Gbytes Micro SD Card
Video Storage format Standard MPEG-4, 640x480@30fps, on Memory Card > 60 Minutes
Video Storage Mode IR / Visual Images; Simultaneous Storage of IR and Visual Images
Image Storage Format Standard JPEG, Including Measurement Data, on Memory Card > 1000 Pictures
Image Storage Mode IR / Visual Images; Simultaneous Storage of IR and Visual Images
Built-in Visible Light Digital Camera 2 Megapixels
USB Interfaces USB-mini, data transform between camera and PC
Video Out Composite (PAL and NTSC)
Charging System In-camera (AC adapter)
Power Management Automatic shutdown and sleep mode (user selectable)
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Storage Temperature
IP Rating
Drop Test 2m
Bump 25g (IEC60068-2-29)
Vibration 2g (IEC60068-2-6)
Battery
Input Voltage DC 9V to 12V
Dimension
Weight

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