The instrument is built around a 160×120 type UFPA microbolometer with a 0.08°C resolution for a temperature reading range of -20 to +250°C. Start-up time takes only 3 seconds and the camera comes with a 9-hour battery life in continuous use. The display on a wide 2.8-inch screen with automatic brightness adjustment ensures that it can be read comfortably, with a 38°x28° camera field of view that operates focus-free. The lens is protected by a slide-down cover built into the instrument. Contextual help guides users step-by-step, thus limiting the risk of errors. Particularly rugged, with IP54 ingress protection, the camera can withstand falls from 2 metres (laboratory tests). The Bluetooth-connected C.A 1954 simultaneously recovers the measurements from other instruments such as current clamps, multimeters, thermometers, thermo-hygrometers, so users can link the thermograms from the camera to the data from measurements made simultaneously with other measuring instruments. The C.A 1954 has a memory capacity of nearly 4,000 images on the 2 GB removable µSD card supplied which can easily be replaced with a 32 GB card.
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