AEMC 2121.40 1950 Temperature/Infrared Imaging Camera

Learn more about the AEMC 2121.40 1950 camera with pricing information, features, and frequently asked questions.

Updated on July 17th, 2019

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The AEMC 2121.40 1950 Temperature/Infrared Imaging Camera is a thermal imaging camera with a rechargeable battery. The camera can map heat signatures in a variety of applications.

Pricing:

The AEMC 2121.40 1950 thermal camera costs $1,420.25.

AEMC 2121.40 1950 Temperature Infrared Imaging Camera
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.

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.

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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.

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Can I merge infrared and visual images with the AEMC 2121.40 1950 thermal camera?

Yes. Merging of infrared and visual images is possible with PC software that is included with the camera.

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Do I need to switch off my equipment when using the AEMC 2121.40 1950 thermal camera?

No. Infrared thermal imaging provides a real-time non-contact detection method that does not require you to shut off power, shut down equipment or interrupt production.

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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.

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How do I use the voice recording feature on the AEMC 2121.40 1950 thermal camera?

The AEMC 2121.40 1950 thermal camera uses Bluetooth technology to enable voice recordings through a Bluetooth headphone that records narration.

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What does the CAmReport software for the AEMC 2121.40 1950 thermal camera do?

The CAmReport software allows you to effectively superimpose thermal images over real images for better visual analytical results, and includes many analytical tools to assess thermal images.

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