The AMEC 2121.40 1950 camera is an infrared thermal camera. The camera is equipped with technology that can sense hot and cold air coming from machines, even while they are running. The AEMC 2121.40 1950 can be used for industrial safety inspections.
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Real-time thermal inspection.
Quick and easy setup via user interface.
AEMC 2121.40 1950 Temperature/Infrared Imaging Camera Key Features:
80 x 80
UFPA microbolometer, 8-14µm
Thermal Sensitivity (NETD)
80mK @ 86°F (30°C)
-4° to +482°F (-20° to +250°C)
± 3.6° F (±2 °C) or ±2% of Reading
Field of View
20° x 20°
IFOV (Spatial Resolution)
Minimum Focus Distance
1.3ft (0.4m), fixed focus
320 x 240
Infrared image, visual image with automatic parallax compensation. Merging of both images is possible with included PC software
Freezing of Image
Animated or fixed image
Automatic or manual adjustment of palette min-max
Pseudo-colors, multiple palettes
1 manual cursor + 1 automatic detection + Min-Max on adjustable area + temperature profile + Isotherm
Emissivity, environmental temperature, distance, relative humidity
Via Bluetooth headset (included)
AEMC current clamps 407, 607 and Multimeters MTX3292 and MTX3293
2 GB micro SD card included (approx. 4,000 images)Replaceable with up to 32 GB SD card
USB link and Bluetooth
1/4” insert on camera (tripod not included)
CamReport software included, for data analysis and report generation
4 x AA (1.5V) alkaline or NiMH rechargeable batteries with charger included
13:30 hours typical (11 hours minimum)
-4° to 122°F (-15° to 50°C); 95% RH
-40° to 158°F (-40° to 70°C)
8.86 x 4.92 x 3.27” (225 x 125 x 83mm)
24.7 oz (700g) with batteries
IEC 61010-1 Ed. 02
AEMC 2121.40 1950 Review:
Pros: Link to other devices with Bluetooth. Starts up in under 3 seconds. 13-hour battery life.
Cons: Expensive. Small LCD screen.
Bottomline: The AEMC 2121.40 1950 is a great choice for thermal imaging if you need to diagnose problems quickly and without shutting down equipment.
AEMC 2121.40 1950 Pricing:
The AEMC 2121.40 1950 thermal camera costs $1,420.25.
AEMC 2121.40 1950 FAQs:
How long does the AEMC 2121.40 1950 battery last? The rechargeable battery has a 13-hour life, at which point you can plug it in to recharge it.
What is the AEMC 2121.40 1950 used for?
This camera can be used for a variety of applications, including:
- Finding water leaks.
- Preventative maintenance.
- Mechanical maintenance.
- Analyzing buildings.
How many images can be stored on the device?
The AEMC 2121.40 1950 comes with a 2GB SD card that can store approximately 4,000 images. You can switch out the 2GB card for a larger SD card, all of the way up to 32GB.