FLIR GF343 w/24° Fixed Lens, 320 x 240 Resolution

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.

Carbon capture and storage—stop the escalation of global warming:
  • 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.
CO2 (R744)—the new environmental friendly refrigerant:
  • Air-conditioning for cars—replaces R134a.
  • CO2-based heat pumps.
  • Electrical power—replaces sulfur hexafluoride.
CO2—a harmless tracer gas:
  • Use CO2 to trace leaks.

Key Features:

  • Visualizes gas leaks in real time.
  • Inspects without interruption of process.
  • Traces leaks to their source.
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Technical Specifications:

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.)
Lens identification Automatic
F-number 1.5
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 data
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
Image presentation
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)