FLIR Infrared Cameras & Thermal Imaging has introduced new features and capabilities in its popular T-Series family of premium thermal cameras including the new T460 and T660 models.

The enhanced FLIR T-Series thermal cameras feature UltraMax, a unique image processing feature that significantly improves the IR resolution and sensitivity of the cameras. Offering four times the thermal pixels, twice the resolution, and 50% greater sensitivity than standard unprocessed images, UltraMax images are viewed and processed in FLIR Tools software for PCs.

Users can zoom in on smaller heat anomalies, get more accurate measurements and see more detail in UltraMax images than with previous unprocessed images.

Select T-Series cameras also come with improved thermal sensitivity as low as 20mK as well as improved temperature measurement accuracy.

FLIR’s new T460 and T660 thermal imaging cameras incorporate all the new features as well as additional capabilities such as temperature ranges expanded to 2,000°C; continuous auto-focus; and onboard recording of real-time radiometric video files. Data can be played back and analysed in FLIR Tools and FLIR Tools+ software, enabling the user to analyse thermal changes over time.

FLIR President and CEO Andy Teich comments that the new features in FLIR’s popular line of T-Series thermography cameras will enable thermographers to see more, get better outcomes and work faster than ever before.