The FLIR GF343 is an optical gas camera for visualizing carbon dioxide (CO2). With this camera you can quickly and easily find gas leaks where CO2 is the main component.
- A global transition to a sustainable low-carbon economy is a necessity.
- Global energy demand is still dominated by fossil fuels being combusted in quantities incompatible with levels required to stabilize greenhouse gases concentrations at safe levels in the atmosphere.
- Air-conditioning for cars—replaces R134a.
- CO2-based heat pumps.
- Electrical power—replaces sulfur hexafluoride.
- Use CO2 to trace leaks.
- Visualizes gas leaks in real time.
- Inspects without interruption of process.
- Traces leaks to their source.
|Imaging and optical data|
|IR resolution||320 × 240 pixels|
|Thermal sensitivity/NETD||<15 mK @ +30°C (+86°F)|
|Gas sensitivity (NECL)||CO2: < 5.6 ppm x m(ΔT = 10°C, Distance = 1 m)|
|Field of view (FOV)||24° × 18°|
|Minimum focus distance||0.3 m (1.0 ft.)|
|Focal length||23 mm (0.89 in.)|
|Focus||Automatic (one touch) or manual (electric or on the lens)|
|Zoom||1–8× continuous, digital zoom|
|Digital image enhancement||Noise reduction filter, high sensitivity mode (HSM)|
|Detector type||Focal plane array (FPA), cooled InSb|
|Spectral range||Built-in cold band pass filter 4.2–4.4 µm|
|Detector pitch||30 µm|
|Sensor cooling||Stirling Microcooler (FLIR MC-3)|
|Detects following gases||Carbon dioxide|
|Electronics and data rate|
|Full frame rate||60 Hz|
|Display||Built-in widescreen, 4.3 in. LCD, 800 × 480 pixels|
|Viewfinder||Built-in, tiltable OLED, 800 × 480 pixels|
|Automatic image adjustment||Continuous/manual; linear or histogram based|
|Manual image adjustment||Level/span|
|Image presentation modes|
|Image modes||IR image, visual image, high sensitivity mode (HSM)|