Shvabe Presents New Thermal Imaging Device
Russia’s Shvabe has developed a new thermal imaging device having no domestic analogues in terms of weight and dimensional characteristics. According to the company’s press release, the experts have created a new system representing the latest trends in the miniaturization and minimization of thermal imaging devices. This product is competitive with foreign counterparts in terms of operability and high tactile selectivity.
The device has a mass of 400 grams, despite the fact that its housing is made of metal. The new product can stably operate at low temperatures (down to -40°C) that makes it indispensable for performing work in the Far North or Arctic, as well as at high temperatures (up to +50°C).
The new thermal imaging device can be used for a wide range of applications due to its unique technical characteristics. For example, the new instrument can be used in search and rescue operations. The oil and gas professionals can operate this development to control resource transportation routes.