FLIR T1020 IR Camera 1024 x 768 Resolution/30Hz w/12° Lens Also available with 28°, 45° Lens

The FLIR T1020 is designed for the expert requiring the highest performance and the latest technology available. The camera combines excellent ergonomics and feature-rich flexibility with superior image quality at an infrared resolution of 1024 × 768 pixels.

Key Features:

  • Flexible and feature rich: A wide variety of measuring and analysis functions make the FLIR T1020 flexible for your every need. Two programmable buttons provide easy access to favorite functions.
  • Highest performance with the latest technology: The FLIR T1020 is equipped with the innovative Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX) feature, which produces an image richer in detail than ever before. With its continuous autofocus, the FLIR T1020 is a fully automatic infrared camera.
  • Support for UltraMax: When enabling UltraMax in the camera, the resolution of images can be substantially enhanced when importing the images into a FLIR Thermography software.
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Technical Specifications:

Imaging and optical data
IR resolution 1024 × 768 pixels
MSX resolution 1024 × 768 pixels
UltraMax Yes
Thermal sensitivity/NETD <20 mK @ +30°C (+86°F)
Field of view (FOV) 12° × 9°
Minimum IR focus distance 1.3 m (4.26 ft.)
Minimum IR–visual alignment distance 1.3 m (4.26 ft.)
Focal length 83.4 mm (3.28 in.)
Spatial resolution (IFOV) 0.20 mrad
Lens identification Automatic
F-number 1.2
Image frequency 30 Hz
Focus One shot or manual
Digital zoom 1–8× continuous
Digital image enhancement Adaptive digital noise reduction
Detector data
Detector type Focal plane array (FPA), uncooled microbolometer
Spectral range 7.5–14 µm
Detector pitch 17 µm
Image presentation
Display Built-in touch screen, 4.3 in. wide screen LCD, 800 × 480 pixels
Display type Capacitive touch screen
Auto orientation Automatic landscape or portrait
Viewfinder Built-in 800 × 480 pixels
Automatic image adjustment Continuous, histogram based
Automatic image adjustment, type Standard or histogram based on the image content
Manual image adjustment Linear based, possible to adjust level/span/max./min.
Image presentation modes
Image modes Thermal, thermal MSX, picture in picture, digital camera
Infrared image Full color infrared image
Visual image Full color visual image
Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX) Thermal image with enhanced detail presentation
Picture in Picture Resizable and movable infrared area on the visual image
Gallery Review thumbnail/full image on the camera
Edit measurements/palettes/image modes on the camera
Camera temperature range –40 to 150°C (–40 to 302°F)
0 to 650°C (32 to 1202°F)
300 to 2000°C (572 to 3632°F)
Object temperature range and accuracy Range –40 to 150°C (–40 to 302°F):
–40 to 5°C (–40 to 41°F): ±2°C (±3.6°F)
5 to 100°C (41 to 212°F): ±1°C (±1.8°F)
100 to 150°C (212 to 302°F): ±1%
Range 0 to 650°C (32 to 1202°F):
0 to 100°C (32 to 212°F): ±2°C (±3.6°F)
100 to 650°C (212 to 1202°F): ±2%
Range 300 to 2000°C (572 to 3632°F): ±2%
NOTE For HSI use, above 30 Hz frame rate, the typical accuracy will be ±2.5°C (±4.5°F), or 2.5% of reading @ 25°C (77°F).A special calibration is required for your T10xx camera to work with the HSI box. Therefore, the HSI box needs to be ordered with the camera, or when ordered separately, the special calibration can be added to the camera later on by a FLIR Service Center.
Screening mode
Sampling average mode Recommended temperature range: 30 to 45°C (86 to 113°F) in stable room temperatureAccuracy (drift): ±0.3°C (±0.5°F)1
Inspection mode
FLIR Inspection route Enabled in the camera
Measurement analysis
Spotmeter 10
Area 5 + 5 areas (boxes and circles) with max./min./average
Profile 1 line profile with max./min. temperature
Automatic hot/cold detection Auto hot or cold spotmeter markers within the area and profile
Measurement presets No measurements, Center spot, Hot spot, Cold spot, User preset 1, User preset 2
User presets The user can select and combine measurements from any number of spots/boxes/circles/profiles/delta
Difference temperature Delta temperature between the measurement functions and the reference temperature
Reference temperature Manually set using the difference temperature
Atmospheric transmission correction Automatic, based on the inputs for distance, atmospheric temperature, and relative humidity
Optics transmission correction Automatic, based on signals from internal sensors
Emissivity correction Variable from 0.01 to 1.0 or selected from the materials list
Reflected apparent temperature correction Automatic, based on the input of the reflected temperature
External optics/windows correction Automatic, based on the inputs of the window transmission and temperature
Measurement corrections Emissivity, reflected temperature, relative humidity, atmospheric temperature, object distance, external infrared window compensation
Colors (palettes) Iron, Rainbow, Rainbow HC, White hot, Black hot, Arctic, Lava
Color alarm (isotherm) Above
Condensation (moisture/humidity/dewpoint)
Measurement function alarm Audible/visual alarms (above/below) on any selected measurement function