New Seek Thermal Camera allows contractors and remodelers to see the unseen problems in any home.
Seek Thermal™ helps homeowners and contractors harness the full potential of thermal imaging with the Seek thermal camera, a pocket-size device that plugs into smartphones. The Seek thermal camera allows people to literally see heat, making it possible to expose energy loss and water leaks, clogs in pipes, and a myriad of other hidden problems around the house.
Seek’s breakthrough technology enables hundreds of new use cases for thermal and gives consumers the capabilities that only professionals used to have.
“Some of the most cited uses have been around home improvement and construction applications,” said Seek Thermal VP of Sales, Tim LeBeau. “From finding leaks around doors, HVAC issues, identifying drafty windows or seeing electrical problems, use in and around the home have allowed thousands of people to see the unseen.”
Thermal imaging converts heat energy into an image that can be seen with the human eye. Traditionally, multi thousand dollar thermal cameras have been used by firefighters, law enforcement and the military to see through smoke or in complete darkness. Seek Thermal has pioneered the next generation of thermal imaging technology sized and priced for the everyday consumer.
The Seek camera plugs into the microUSB connector on Android devices and the Lightning™ connector on iOS devices. It is a small device weighing only 0.5 ounces that can be carried in a pocket, tossed in a toolbox, or clipped to a backpack. A durable magnesium housing protects a next-generation thermal sensor and custom chalcogenide lens. It creates true thermal images with a resolution of 206 x 156, or over 32,000 thermal pixels. Prior to today this kind of resolution was only available in cameras costing $3,000 and up.
Learn more: www.thermal.com
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