Thermal Imaging Cameras
Testo, Fluke and Flir Thermal Imagers, IR Cameras and Accessories for Building Diagnostics, Weatherization, Energy Auditing, Facility Inspection, Electrical Inspection and More...
Due to the large the number of cameras and options available in the thermal imaging category, we have sorted them by brand and application. Each brand we stock has specific attributes summarized below. Cameras selected by application have attributes that we deemed necessary or desirable for the specific application, these attributes include but are not limited to thermal sensitivity, temperature range, ergonomics, price, and reporting packages.
Thermal Imagers By Application
Information to help you make a thermal imager selection by applications. Let TruTech Tools help you refine you selection based on your specific applications and requirements.
Flir Thermal Imagers
The ability to interface with cutting edge technology like the Apple iPhone(R) and iPad(R) set Flir apart in the technology arena. Coupled with METERLiNK(TM) products, the Flir line can gather and manage information faster than any other imager. Consider Flir for the highest resolution cameras available on the market today.
Testo Thermal Imagers
Testo thermal imagers are known around the world for their excellent sensitivity and superior image quality and specifications. Just because conditions aren't ideal doesn't mean the work has to stop. With intuitive controls and software, and the most affordable 320 x240 model on the market today, testo has a lot to offer.
Fluke Thermal Imagers
Manufactured with tough, over-molded and rubberized construction, the Fluke line of thermal imagers are undoubtedly some of the most rugged on the market. Engineered to withstand a 6' drop, you can be assured this quality test instrument will survive in the field. Made in the USA, Fluke has a large selection for Building Diagnostic (BD) and industrial applications.
Thermal Training Packages
Infrared Thermography is one of the fastest growing trends in HVAC/R, Electrical and building diagnostics. A properly understood and interpreted infrared image will help you isolate thermal issues, give better repair and service estimates and result in faster work progress. Click the link to check out the resources we offer in this area.