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New Cameras with Gas Quantification and Wireless Data Transfer Enhance Leak Detection and Repair Capabilities
Teledyne FLIR has unveiled the G-Series, a range of high-tech, cooled-core optical gas imaging (OGI) cameras designed to assist leak detection and repair (LDAR) professionals in locating and documenting harmful gas emissions. The G-Series aims to enable users in the oil and gas, manufacturing, steel, and utility industries to focus on leak repairs while streamlining documentation and gaining insights into emission severity.
The G-Series includes seven camera models, all featuring wireless connectivity for automatic uploading and storage of images and videos to the FLIR Ignite cloud software while in the field. The cameras offer compatibility with third-party analysis software, allowing operators to wirelessly share captured content with colleagues globally for further analysis and processing.
The FLIR G620, Gx320, and Gx620 models are designed to detect and accurately quantify hydrocarbon, fugitive gas, and other volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions in the oil and gas industry. With quantification integrated within the camera, there is no need for a separate companion device during inspections. The cameras also feature ATEX ratings, OOOOa sensitivity compliance, and an ergonomic rotatable touchscreen.
The G306 and G343 models offer utility inspectors high image quality and advanced features for detecting sulfur hexafluoride and carbon dioxide, respectively, to help maintain electrical equipment. The G346 and G304 models provide an effective method for detecting carbon monoxide or refrigerant leaks and potential issues, improving safety and productivity within plant environments.