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First Uncooled Infrared Camera To Visualize Methane Emissions In Real-Time: FLIR GF77

Source: FLIR Systems, Inc - Optical Gas Imaging

First Uncooled Infrared Camera To Visualize Methane Emissions In Real-Time: FLIR GF77

The FLIR GF77 is the first uncooled infrared camera designed to visualize methane emissions in real-time. This affordable alternative is optimized for faster and more efficient gas leak surveys in renewable energy production, natural gas power plants, and at locations along the natural gas supply chain.

By filtering for methane and similar gases, the GF77 improves detection while also reducing false negatives from gases that absorb in other wavelengths. Designed with a 180° rotating optical block and an eyepiece viewfinder for all-day use, the GF77 features laser-assisted autofocus, 1-Touch Level/Span contrast enhancement, and reporting features to help organize findings in the field.

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 and brochure.