FLIR Thermal Camera Moisture Meter MR160
FLIR Thermal Camera Moisture Meter MR160. Measure moisture, capture thermal infrared images, upload to you PC. Flir thermal camera and moisture meter.
FLIR Thermal Infrared Camera with built-in Imaging Moisture Meter:
Quickly scan and target moisture issues. Use the display as a visual guide to spot where measurements are needed and analyze readings.
Thermal Imaging in a portable, durable design and internal rechargeable battery makes it an effective tool for every industry professional:
Contractors, plumbers, roofers, energy efficiency experts, building inspectors, and moisture remediation professionals.
FLIR Thermal Imager Infrared Camera and Moisture Meter MR160 includes an internal pinless probe for non-destructive
Quantitative measurements of the thermal camera and an external pin probe for contact readings to confirm actual moisture levels.
FLIR's MR160 built-in laser pointer and display cross-hairs make targeting easy.
Capture and save measurements and images together.
Easily transfer the data to a PC for analysis and report generation using FLIR Tools software.
IR Camera features Infrared Guided Measurement (IGM) technology driven by a FLIR Lepton® thermal camera core.
FLIR Thermal Camera and Moisture Meter MR160 Features:
- Document thermal images and moisture readings on one screen
- Review images and generate reports with free FLIR Tools software.
- Easily investigate insulation and moisture issues
- Pinless technology for fast non-intrusive measurements
- External pin probe included for contact moisture measurements
- Easy targeting with laser pointer and display cross-hairs
- 80 x 60 Lepton® thermal imager powers IGM technology
- Drop tested rugged design
- Industry-leading warranty
- Small form factor to conveniently carry with you
- Internal rechargeable battery with USB
FLIR Thermal Camera and Moisture Meter MR160 Specifications:
Thermal imaging detector: FLIR Lepton® microbolometer
Image Calibration: Automatic
Thermal image resolution (W × H): 4800 pixels (80 × 60)
Spectral response: 8–14μm
Field of view (W x H): 51° × 38°
Thermal sensitivity: <0.15°C
Image frame rate: 9 Hz
Image Display: Color moisture alert
Minimum focus distance: 10cm (4")
FLIR Thermal Camera and Moisture Meter MR160:
Pin moisture via external probe range (accuracy): 0–100% WME (± 5%)
Pin moisture groups: 9 material groups
Pinless moisture range: 0–100 relative measurement
Pinless Measurement Depth: 0.75" (19mm) Max
Measurement resolution: 0.1
Response time pinless: 100ms
Response time pin mode: 750ms
FLIR Thermal Camera and Moisture Meter General information:
Display (W x H): QVGA (320 x 240 pixel) 2.3” 64k color TFT
Saved image file format: BMP with measurement values overlaid
Stored image capacity: 9999 images
Laser orientation: Single laser pointer to center of thermal image
Power requirements: Integrated rechargeable battery
Battery power - continuous run time: 18 hours max
Battery power - typical usage: 4 work weeks*
Battery: 3.7 V, 3000 mAh Li-ion rechargeable via micro USB
Drop Test: 9.8’ (3m)
Certification standards: EN61326 (EMC), EN61010 (battery + charger), EN60825-1 class 2 (Laser)
Agency approvals: FCC class B, CE, UL
Warranty: 2 Yr Product, 10 Yr Thermal detector (When registered within 60 days of purchase.)
BENEFITS OF THERMAL IMAGING
Improve Energy Efficiency
Thermal imaging cameras are well-established as valuable inspection tools that help reveal missing insulation, HVAC air flow and equipment issues, radiant heating malfunctions, compromised roofing, and much more.
By detecting and locating patterns and sources of heat loss that are invisible to the naked eye, thermal images provide convincing evidence in reports where improvements need to be made and how well they’ve been completed.
Thermal Imaging for Energy Auditing & Home Inspection
Thermal imaging for air tightness and energy efficiency are important quality control measures when building or renovating a home. Heat loss can account for up to 50% of total energy consumption in a building with causes ranging from air leakage through chimneys, attics and wall vents to badly sealed doorways and failing argon gas windows to missing insulation.
Detection and Visualization of Air Infiltration and Exfiltration
Adequate air exchange is important for occupant comfort, health and safety, but most buildings have a far higher rate of air leakage than necessary. The root cause is often poor design and/or construction which allows air to leak in or out. Without thermal imaging, the source of these drafts can be extremely difficult to detect and visualize. But with thermal imager in hand, inspectors and contractors can readily uncover the source of the heat issue, leading to helpful advice on the best improvements and repairs to stop energy loss.
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Thermal Resolution80 × 60 pixels
Field of View (FOV)51° × 38°
Minimum Focus Distance4"
Dimensions12.1 x 14 x 33.1 cm
Power SourceRechargeable Battery
Image Frame Rate9 Hz
01/25/2020, 10:14 AM
Is this good for irrigation leaks01/27/2020, 10:22 AM
The leak would have to be creating a temperature variation at the surface in order to detect it. If the leak isn't rising to the surface you won't be able to detect it.