Thermal imager

November 30, 2010
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Wahl Instruments Inc. announces the addition of the HSI3000B to its line of Wahl Heat Spy® Thermal Imaging Cameras. This new thermal imaging camera for buildings is the best equipped entry level device on the market – with the highest specification in its class. Developed specifically for building diagnostics, thermographers and building maintenance staff alike will be able to afford this simple to operate device.

The Wahl Heat Spy® HSI3000B boasts a temperature sensitivity of 0.05°C and a screen resolution of 160 x 120 pixels – 33% higher than its nearest rivals. With a temperature range of -4° to 257°F (-20° to 125°C) and a rechargeable battery life of 6 hours, the HSI3000B is ideal for carrying out all building and maintenance surveys and analysis. The Wahl Heat Spy® HSI3000B features an auto on-screen temperature lock to the highest and coolest points in the image being analyzed. Save up to 1,000 high quality digital images on the provided SD card. Analyze and present images using the Wahl report writing software package, also included with the camera.

Standard accessories included with the Wahl Heat Spy® HSI3000B are: Easy Report and Report Writer Software CD, rechargeable battery, AC adaptor, Car charger, magnifying sun shade, USB Cable, rubber boot, rugged carrying case, wrist strap, SD card and SD card reader.

The new Wahl Heat Spy® HSI3000B thermal imaging camera is available through Wahl Instruments, Inc. and their Authorized Distributors.

For additional information, write sales@palmerwahl.com or call 1-800-421-2853, fax 828-658-0728. Write to Palmer Wahl Instrumentation Group, 234 Old Weaverville Road, Asheville, NC 28804. Or visit www.palmerwahl.com.
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