Heat vision camera with integrated visualization of temperature differences
- Fast exchange of data and easy documentation of thermal images with the Bosch Thermal App
- Picture-in-picture technology overlays thermal and real images for easy-to-see localisation of the measurement
- Flexible battery system can be powered by a 12 V LI-ION battery or with standard alkaline batteries
Measuring application Thermal image Measurement range -10 °C to +400 °C Measuring accuracy of IR ± 3.0 °C* (*plus use-dependent deviation) Data transfer MicroUSB, Wi-Fi Thermal sensitivity (NETD) <50 mK Resolution 0.1 °C Size of IR sensor 160×120 px Number of measuring points 19,200 Field of view (FOV) 53×43 ° Power supply and runtime 4 x 1.5 V LR6 (AA) 1 x GBA 12V 1 x GBA 10.8V Frame buffer (number of images) 500 Memory type Internal memory File format of image .jpg Dust and splash protection IP 53 Weight 0.54 kg Supported Android devices Smartphone with Android 6.0 or higher Supported iOS devices iPhone with iOS 11 or higher Size of display 3,5″ Operating temperature -10 – 45 °C Storage temperature -20 – 70 °C Focus distance, minimum 0.3 m
GTC 400 C PROFESSIONAL: FURTHER INFORMATION
The thermal camera GTC 400 C Professional measures and visualises temperature differences in seconds and easily records the results. The Bosch Thermal App documents and forwards measured values fast. Intelligent picture-in-picture technology overlays detailed real and heat-sensing images (19,200 px), resulting in a high-quality image and clear localisation of temperature differences. With its dual power system, a 12 V LI-ION battery or standard alkaline batteries are suitable power supplies.
Equipment & Application
It is ideal for inspecting insulation, heating systems, heat flow, and for finding overheated parts.
The smart GTC 400 C Professional is perfect for supporting a variety of specialists in every project phase: From customer consultations by exhibiting clear images of the situation to preparatory tasks such as inspecting where lines are installed, through project documentation and even follow-up work. The measuring tool must not be used for human medical purposes.