Santa Clara, CA - LumaSense Technologies, a leading provider of infrared thermography and non-contact temperature and gas sensing solutions, today announced the release of its new Mikron MikroSHOTTM-B thermal imaging camera.

The MikroSHOT-B is the latest offering from LumaSense Technologies’ Mikron Infrared thermal imaging product line. By reducing the temperature range and doubling the sensitivity, Mikron has created the perfect infrared camera for weatherization professionals.

The easy-to-use and fully radiometric thermal imaging camera has the key features and versatility to fit a wide variety of building inspection applications. The MikroSHOT-B offers affordable pocket-sized portability with capabilities normally found in larger, more expensive thermal imagers including measuring range of -4°F to 212°F (-20°C to 100°C), operating temperature range of 5°F to 122°F (-15°C to 50°C) and color alarm. Both infrared and visible images are taken with one click.

“The MikroSHOT-B is a camera is designed specifically for weatherization professionals. Its small size and unique features will benefit any thermographer in the field”, comments Brett Sargent, General Manager, Thermal Imaging. “The MikroSHOT-B allows for radiometric data to be displayed and stored directly on the visual image, stores images in JPEG formats and is compatible with Mikron Infrared’s suite of powerful software products. No camera on the market can fit in your pocket, be operated with one hand and comes with so many features at a great low price. The MikroSHOT-B will bring the benefits of thermal imaging to existing applications and a whole new set of applications.”

The MikroSHOT series of thermal imaging cameras offer the innovative Thermal-on-Visible mode allowing for radiometric temperature data to be displayed directly on the visible image. The lightweight (10.5 ounces) camera uses off-the-shelf AA rechargeable batteries (AC adapter also included) so it can go anywhere you go. Its large 2.7-inch display and 160x120 pixel image resolution allow easy viewing of your images. The SD card, USB and video output capability allow for convenient, quick analysis of the JPEG-format data on a laptop or other mobile device using common software. MikroSpecTM 4.0 software is included for image analysis and reporting.

About LumaSense TechnologiesTM

LumaSense Technologies is a global leader in providing temperature and gas sensing solutions to industrial, energy, medical and clean technology markets. We design and manufacture sensors for end-user and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) applications. LumaSense has proven expertise in developing state of the art infrared and fiber optic temperature sensors, radiometric thermal imagers, and gas analyzers. A common theme in our sensors is the use of infrared (IR) light to provide robust, accurate sensors for demanding environments, applications and customers. With Worldwide offices located in Asia, Europe and the Americas, LumaSense Technologies is backed by Oak Investment Partners, a leading multi-stage venture capital firm with a 28-year history and Element Ventures, a leading venture capital investor in clean technology.


http://www.mikroninfrared.com

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