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Old 4/17/18, 3:47 PM
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Default Re: Ir camera for sale?

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Originally Posted by plesieur View Post
Is there a big difference between the EX and the BX?

I'm looking at it as a training camera. Not to say it wouldn't suffice as more.
Back in the day, The camera range span was closer in the BX which gave you greater sensitivity within that temperature range. Building Inspection uses mostly indirect measurements and require more sensitivity than say an electrical application.

The sensitivity of older BX cameras were generally better also.

Today, cameras have more than one range or have abandoned the BX (building type camera).

My T640 has three. My T400 came with one but I added Hi Temp when it was in for calibration of another lens. These are Flir cameras that can be reprogrammed for your use.

The camera lens is the greatest Achilles Heal between camera choices. You may have high resolution pixel counts, but it does you no good if what comes through the lens is distorted.



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