This October, Aldi will be stocking a thermal imager, a must-have device for builders and bill reducers, which can be used to pinpoint abnormal heat patterns in and around the home. The device is available exclusively online and can be pre-ordered from 30th September and bought from 7th October, while stocks last.
This easy to use Rothenberger model (£899) can highlight over-heating devices, internal water leaks and gaps in insulation, saving shoppers up to hundreds of pounds a year on bills.
Including a high-resolution LCD screen (240 x 320 pixels) and infrared imaging, the camera has a focusable lens capable of detecting temperatures ranging from -20 to 350 degrees centigrade with a high degree of accuracy.
Aldi’s Thermal Imager has 100MB of integrated memory with an additional 8GB available on the memory card included. It also contains an integrated LED light and digital camera with flash, plus video and voice recording functions perfect for on-site documentation. A full specification of this Rothenberger thermal imager can be found below.
|Aldi Thermal Imager Specification|
|High IR resolution||80 x 80 pixels|
|Display||LCD, 240 x 320 pixels|
|Colour palettes||Iron Rainbow Grey|
|Temperature range||-20°C to +350°C|
|Accuracy||2°C or 2% of the displayed value|
|Emissivity range||0,01 to 1,0|
|Zoom||1 - 32x continuous digital zoom|
|Audio Out||Via HDMI video output|
|Audio In||Integrated microphone|
|Integrated Memory||100MB integrated memory + 8GB Micro SD included|
|FPA/spectral range||Uncooled vanadium oxide microbolometer 8 - 14 µm|
|Focus||Manual laser pointer|
|Focal length||9 mm|
|Field of view||17 x 17°|
|Minimum focus distance||0.5 m|
|Spatial resolution||3.78 mrad|
|Thermal sensitivity||<0.1°C @ 30°C (86°F) / 100mK|
|Frame rate||50 Hz|
|Operating temperature||-15°C to +50°C|
|Storage temperature||-40°C to +70°C|
|Humidity||10% - 90%|
For further information, images or to request a sample, please contact the Aldi Specialbuys team on:
020 7479 0910
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