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Begin screening quickly with limited ramp-up time, simple video connectivity, and choice of >4-hour battery or external power.
Optimal screening accuracy with automatic ambient drift compensation, visual pass/fail graphic indicators, and audible alarms.
On-camera FLIR Screen-EST Mode does not store images or personal information and allows for social distancing in screening setups.
The FLIR T540-EST handheld thermal camera is a non-contact screening tools that serve as a first line of defense against potential health risks. This 464 × 348 pixel resolution FLIR EST™ thermal screening solution detects and visualizes heat to quickly identify individuals with an elevated skin temperature. Battery-powered and featuring an integrated touchscreen display, the T540-EST sets up quickly and easily for operation in temporary or mobile screening settings. The on-camera FLIR Screen-EST Mode offers visual positioning guides, automatic sampling to maintain an updated temperature average, and graphic pass/fail indicators for results, reducing the burden on screening station operators. Compatibility with FLIR Screen-EST Desktop software, an integrated tripod mount, and external power makes this camera a good fit for permanent installations.
The FLIR T560-EST handheld thermal camera is a non-contact screening tool that serves as a first line of defense against potential health risks. This FLIR EST™ thermal screening solution detects and visualizes heat to quickly identify individuals with an elevated skin temperature. Battery-powered and featuring an integrated touchscreen display, the T560-EST sets up quickly and easily for operation in temporary or mobile screening settings. The on-camera FLIR Screen-EST Mode offers visual positioning guides, automatic sampling to maintain an updated temperature average, and graphic pass/fail indicators for results, reducing the burden on screening station operators. A 640 × 480 pixel detector offers the highest thermal resolution in this line of handheld FLIR EST cameras, for superior measurement accuracy. Compatibility with FLIR Screen-EST Desktop software makes this camera a good fit for permanent installations as well.
The QL320 is a quantitative optical gas imaging (QOGI) system that allows surveyors to measure the leak rates for methane and other hydrocarbons. This eliminates the need for secondary sampling with a toxic vapor analyzer or similar tool. In addition, the QL320 does not require close contact with the gas in order to measure emission rates, making it a safer solution for quantifying difficult-to-measure gas leaks.
With the FLIR QL320, you can determine mass leak rates (g/h, lb/h, MT/h), volumetric leak rates (cc/min, L/min, or SCFH), or concentration (ppm-m) for most hydrocarbon gases. Measure the size of fugitive emissions from safe distances, as far as 100 feet.
The FLIR QL320 has the built-in tools needed to validate leak surveys, plus a Δ temperature screening tool to determine suitablility of background conditions. In-field reporting includes archiving of measurements, colorized video and raw data for analysis and post-processing.
Used with a FLIR OGI camera’s Q-Mode, the QL320 gathers relative information in the camera and post-processes the data for quantified results without the need to tether directly to the camera.
The minimum size of a leak that can be quantified is a function of the ΔT (between ambient temperature near the gas and the background), the compound you are imaging, and the wind speed. FLIR’s QL320 system has demonstrated the ability to quantify propane leaks down to 100 scc/min and methane leaks down to 300 scc/min with a ΔT of 5°C and a moderate wind speed.
A good general rule: if you can see the leak in normal mode, the system most likely can quantify it. If you must use high-sensitivity mode to see the leak, the FLIR QL320 may struggle to quantify it accurately.
For maximum leak rates, the current model is calibrated with propane from 0.1 l/min to 30 l/min. We could safely extend this to 2x or 3x the calibrated range, or 100 cc/min up to 100 l/min (for propane). For methane, we would have correlated boundaries at 300 cc/min to 300 l/min.
The range and field of view (FOV) for the FLIR QL320 is dependent on the lens being used. These ranges are:
The overall distance will affect the repeatability and accuracy of quantification results (similar to temperature measurement with a camera), as there are fewer pixels to utilize when calculating the gas leak’s concentration length from a greater distance. Accordingly, when using the FLIR QL320 at a greater distance, you will notice the plume extraction circle is considerably smaller.
A new feature available for use with the FLIR QL320 is Q-Mode. Q-Mode was originally designed for use with the FLIR GFx320, which is rated for use in Class 1, Division 2 hazardous locations when not tethered to the FLIR QL320. Q-Mode allows video sequences of leaks to be saved directly to the camera’s SD card and later post-processed in the FLIR QL320 — away from the hazardous location.
It remains advantageous to use the FLIR QL320 in the field, tethered directly to a camera, for several reasons: