6515 Thermal Imaging Camera with UV leak detection





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Published on Mar 10, 2017

New easy to use and highly sensitive Thermal Imaging Camera also features a UV leak detector:

This new hand-held thermal imaging camera from Laser Tools (part number 6515) combines the function of a surface measuring infrared thermometer with real-time thermal imaging. The device translates thermal energy (heat) into visible light (on screen) to enable analysis of a particular object or area. Instead of just getting a figure for the temperature, you get an on-screen image showing the actual temperature differences of a surface. This lets you see the heat so you know exactly where to target the measurement spot. Easily find unseen hot and cold spots for instant troubleshooting.

The Laser 6515 provides fast temperature readings without physically touching the object. It can safely measure hot, hazardous, or hard-to-reach surfaces without contaminating or damaging the object. A big feature of the Laser unit is the sensitivity of the thermal imagery — it usefully shows component outlines to aid subsequent identification of problem areas or components.

Save images and data for documentation, and download your images quickly via the removable microSD card or connect straight to a PC or laptop.

The Laser 6515 also features a UV leak detector function. For example, detecting leaks in cooling systems and air-conditioning systems when a suitable UV indicator dye is used.

Automotive applications include, inspecting for irregular friction, overheating from mechanical misalignments, binding bearings or brake components, heated seat element malfunctions, checking vehicle heating and air-conditioning systems, engine radiator and thermostat function, exhaust manifolds, injector/cylinder malfunctions, diesel engine glow-plug malfunctions, high resistance in high-current wiring and hot electrical connection issues.

Building, electrical and maintenance applications include, missing, damaged or inadequate insulation, damp/moisture intrusion, radiators and under-floor heating, air-conditioning systems, identification of hot and cold pipework, heat loss from seals, frames or windows, high resistance in high-current wiring and hot electrical connection issues, etc. More details here: http://www.lasertools.co.uk/product/6515


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