New Thermal Videoscope Kits with Specialty Probe Options FLIR VS290™

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December 20, 2021

 

The FLIR VS290 is an industrial thermal and visual videoscope system designed to help professionals quickly and safely find hidden faults and dangers in difficult-to-access locations. Featuring a 160 × 120 true thermal imager and FLIR MSX® (VSC-IR32 and VSC-IR33 probes), VS290 videoscopes give users the power to see and measure invisible hot spots before catastrophic equipment failures can occur. The small, sleek tips allow for easy inspection through tight or confined openings, improving productivity and reducing diagnostic time. The 2-meter side-viewing probe options are CAT IV 600V safety rated—perfect for underground electrical vault inspections. The 1-meter forward-viewing probe is a practical fit for general purpose equipment and building thermal scans. All are versatile tools for the most demanding environments in utility, manufacturing, and building maintenance applications.

  • INSPECT DIFFICULT-TO-REACH AREAS SAFELY

    Quickly find hidden faults from a safer distance using the 160 × 120 true thermal imager; 2-meter options include a built-in visual camera and worklight plus MSX (Multispectral Dynamic Imaging) detail enhancement.

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  • IDENTIFY, DOCUMENT, AND SHARE

    Improve workflow and communicate potential issues before they become major problems using FLIR Thermal Studio.

  • VERSATILE, RUGGED, AND RELIABLE

    IP67 camera tips and the IP54 videoscope unit help protect against dust and water, and CAT IV 600V-rated probes help make electrical inspections safer.

 

AVAILABLE FLIR VS290 PROBE OPTIONS

Choose one or all three! They’re easily interchangeable and field replaceable.

• VS290-21: 1-meter probe with 19 mm rounded, forward-viewing tip; thermal camera
• VS290-32: 2-meter probe with 11 mm rectangular, side-viewing tip; thermal + visual camera + worklight
• VS290-33: 2-meter probe with 19 mm rounded, side-viewing tip; thermal + visual camera + worklight

 

For more information about the new FLIR Probe, click here 

 

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