The D384A thermal imaging camera from Guide has been designed to assist with troubleshooting within the industrial sector, utilising both visible and thermal imaging technology to provide accurate thermal imagery with excellent edge definition and object recognition capabilities.
The D384A thermal camera uses a 384×288, 25µm, 45mK NETD thermal sensor with 25Hz frame rate, in combination with a 15mm f1.1 objective lens to present a crystal-clear thermal image onto a 4-inch, 480×800 LCD touchscreen display, with a 1.1x-4x digital zoom available for closer inspection. The D384A’s touchscreen also enables direct on-screen interaction, so the user can make settings changes and access on-board diagnostic tools and functionalities.
Assistance in any environment or situation comes in the form of 8 colour palettes, including White Hot, Fulgurite, Iron Red, Hot Iron, Medical, Arctic, Rainbow 1, and Rainbow 2.
With a built-in illuminator, the Guide D384A can capture photos in low-light environments, storing them directly to the unit via the removeable 32GB SD card; or users can connect the D384A to the free Guide app, where they can access photos or use their mobile phone as a second screen for multi-screen control. Connecting to the app also allows for photo sharing, so users can distribute their findings to team members immediately.
The D384A uses a built-in rechargeable 7.2V Lithium battery to ensure users are covered for the period of inspection, offering reliable operation for between 4-5 hours before a recharge is needed.
Taking Thermal & Night Vision Outside of the UK.
Thermal imaging and night vision products are strictly controlled by ITAR regulations and are subject to UK Government Export Licensing Regulations. Dependent on specification, a licence may need to be obtained prior to the export, even temporarily (e.g. holiday), from the UK.
Additionally, some countries may be embargoed, and no thermal imagers or night vision devices can be taken or exported to them. It is the responsibility of the exporter, whether it be a company or individual, to ensure that such a licence is obtained.
Failure to comply is a criminal offence.