First Uncooled Infrared Camera To Visualize Methane Emissions In Real-Time: FLIR GF77
Source: FLIR Systems, Inc – Oil and Gas Solutions
The FLIR GF77 is the first uncooled infrared camera designed to visualize methane emissions in real-time with interchangeable lens options that detect methane, sulfur hexafluoride (SF6), ethylene, ammonia, and other gas emissions. This affordable alternative is optimized for faster and more efficient gas leak surveys for electric power utilities, oil and natural gas operations, chemical/manufacturing facilities, the food and agriculture industry, and first responders.
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The GF77 features a 4-inch touchscreen LCD, 180° rotating optical block, and eyepiece for convenience in direct sunlight. This solution offers the benefit of built-in thermographic calibrations and the flexibility to detect a wide range of gases by changing the lenses.
Additional features include:
Dynamic Range: 14-bit
Focal Length: 18 mm (0.71 in.)
IR Resolution: 320 × 240 pixels
Mounting: Standard, 1/4"-20
Spectral Range: 7.0 – 8.5 µm
Zoom: 1-6x continuous digital zoom
No hazardous location compliance
For more information on the FLIR GF77 infrared camera, download the available datasheet.