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IR-225/D Features

Full Automatic Performance - No buttons to push or settings to master on this infrared camera. Point and shoot simplicity allows for easy one hand operation of the Palm IR 225 D.

Enhanced Digital - The new digital detector in the 225 offers enhanced resolution and reduced image noise.

Light Weight Leader - The 225 is one of the smallest thermal imagers to incorporate the latest in digital detector technology

Video Output - Standard NTSC video output via RCA type jack allows you to easily document your scenario with almost any consumer or professional recording device. Popular choices include the Sony Mini DV or Digital 8mm decks and camcorders.

Standard Batteries - Readily available 6v camcorder batteries give plenty of operation time per charge. The batteries are widely available making them much less expensive than proprietary cells used on other infrared camera systems.


The image on the right was taken with a low light CCD camcorder. The image on the left shows the difference a thermal imager can make at night. Not only can you see the human target (you can't miss that) but notice how much information about the surrounding environment is also visible. This is because all objects emit infrared energy. Our cameras are not heat sensors but rather infrared sensors that image all the infrared energy that is constantly being emitted by all objects.

Is it "BigFoot" strolling along the back nine. No, unfortunately it is just a suspect sneaking around the golf course. This guy heard the patrol, stopped in his tracks and watched. He thought he was hidden under the cover of darkness on this pitch black moon less night. Little did he know that the IR225 was in use and his every move was being tracked. The suspect was questioned and released but I don't think he will be prowling around at night any more. This was a great capture for the 225, but we still kind of wish it was old Sasquach.

The classic "Hand on Wall" image shows off the sensitivity of the instrument. This hand print was left on the wall after only seconds of contact. There is no ink or mark on the wall the effect comes from the transfer of infrared energy from the hand to the wall. This demonstration helps to illustrate the nature of the IR technology. We are seeing IR energy not visible light, and as a result we can gather a great deal of information about our surroundings that is normally invisible to the eye.

The versatile 225 can be used for a variety of applications from energy audit to circuit board analysis. The applications for this new device are limited only by your imagination. Nothing performs the way this system does at this price level offering you the most bang for the buck of any IR system on the market today.







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