FLIR T530 Thermal Imaging Camera
320 x 240 (76,800 pixels), up to 1202°F, less than 30mK sensitivity, 180° rotating lens platform
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- 180° rotating optical block
- 4" capacitive touch screen
- 320x240 (76,800 pixels) IR resolution
- UltraMax Resolution: 307,200 effective pixels
- Less than 30 mK @ 30°C sensitivity
- Up to 1202°F temp ranges
- 30Hz image frequency
- 7.5 to 14.0μm Spectral range
- Interchangeable AutoCal lenses
- Automatic lens identification
What's in the Box
- 2 batteries
- Battery charger
- Hard transport case
- Front lens cap
- Power supplies
- Printed documentation
- SD card (8 GB)
- USB 2.0 A to USB Type-C cable
- USB Type-C to HDMI cable
- USB Type-C to USB Type-C) cable
The FLIR T530 Thermal Imaging Camera is designed to support advanced thermographers and IR service consultants in the power generation, electrical distribution, and manufacturing industries by focusing on resolution, speed, and ergonomics. With the 180° rotating optical block, vibrant LCD display, and streamlined form factor, the T530 offers inspectors the necessary tools to support comprehensive inspections in challenging conditions, especially when equipment is obstructed from view or difficult to access.
Laser-assisted autofocus guarantees you'll get the tack-sharp focus needed for the most accurate temperature readings, while FLIR Vision Processing powered by MSX, UltraMax, and proprietary adaptive filtering algorithms - ensures crisp thermal imagery. Scan for potential faults from a safer distance and over larger areas thanks to a selection of intelligent, interchangeable AutoCal™ optics, outstanding temperature measurement accuracy, and up to 320 x 240 (76,800) true native resolution.
Here's how some of our customers used this product.
Troubleshooting Solar Arrays
The Background: Our customer is a renewable energy company that installs and maintains photo-voltaic systems for their industrial and commercial customer base. It is imperative that the system produces energy reliably over time. They seek a way to inspect installed solar cells to identify cells that are underperforming.
The Problem: Poor performance from solar cells can be caused by defective or damaged cells, loose wires, inverter issues, loose connections and other problems. Once installed, it is difficult to inspect the cells.
The Solution: We recommended the Flir T530 thermal camera. With 320 x 240 pixel resolution and an articulating lens, the T530 captures beautiful images in awkward, hard to reach areas. The on-screen analysis tools can clearly indicate temperature values which will indicate which parts of a solar cell are performing and which are not. The T530 also simplifies report generation for customer’s software and shareable direct reporting from the field with a mobile device.