Large screen design, perfect presentation
Hotfind-VR uses a 3.5 inch LCD screen, the user can adjust the angle of the LCD for the best viewing angle. The Tilting design also provides protection for the LCD while the camera is not in use.
Extendable temperature range
Objects of different temperatures require the corresponding temperature ranged infrared cameras. The HotFind-VR has four temperature ranges. It can be extended from the standard -20 to 250℃, upto +1500℃, which means the HotFind series can also be widely used in high temperature applications.
The HotFind-VR can take high quality “Duo-vision”images which aids better interpretation through thermal and visual blending. The user can move the infrared image overlay and alter the transparency to suit their application.
Various optional lenses
Flexible design of the camera means the HotFind-VR can be fitted with various optional lenses for different field of view. All lenses are field replaceable and allow for long distance, wide angle or close views.
USB real time thermal video recording
Full radiometric thermal data can be transferred via the USB2.0 interface to a PC in real-time for analysis and reporting in the SatIrReport USB version software.
Users can add voice annotation to the thermal images via a Bluetooth headset. The recording can be saved with the thermal image and can be played back in the headset or using the SatIrReport software.
The HotFind-VR has integrated Spots (up to 9), Line profile, Area Boxes (up to 5), multiple Isotherm and auto-tracking analysis, which provide accurate non-contact temperature measurement.
High frame rate in real time
HotFind-VR adopts NTSC (60Hz) or PAL (50Hz) composite video output. The thermal images are displayed in real time which guarantees complete and vivid thermal imaging with no ghosting.