Telops’ Hyper-Cam Methane is ideal for research projects involving the detection, identification, and quantification of gas leaks and emissions. It has the ability to map atmospheric methane at concentrations as low as 1 ppm. It features rapid visualization of leaks and emissions, automated quantification of methane concentrations and flow rates, and passive monitoring capabilities over vast areas.
The Hyper-Cam gas imaging camera is well-suited for landfill monitoring, biogas emission measurements, characterization of natural gas leaks in hard to reach areas, liquefied natural gas (LNG) leak detection and quantification as well as the detection, identification and quantification of greenhouse gases in agriculture, environmental, and forensic research.
It offers a 320 x 256 pixel image size, a 25.2o x 20.3o field of view, an operating temperature range of -20oC to 40oC, IP42 certification, and 150 W power consumption. It weighs 31 kg and measures in at 19”x19”x10”. For more information on the camera’s features and specifications, download the datasheet.