Predator Thermal Imaging Camera Reveals Motorcycle Defects

Here's a nifty tool bike repair shops could use to quickly pinpoint a lot of problems: thermal imaging cameras.
Predator Thermal Imaging Camera 2 photos
Photo: General Tools and Instruments
Predator Thermal Imaging Camera
Not exactly the cheapest gadget at $2,000 (€1,475) for the base model, the General Tools and Instruments' Predator line-up of cameras can help mechanics quickly identify the problems with leave a thermal "signature".

A cylinder which misfires, a clogged radiator, leaks, cracks and so many more. The IR sensor of the Predator camera will deliver accurate images to the tilting color screen, providing the technician with a detailed picture of a specific part of the bike and helping zero in the problem.

Real-time imaging and still photos can be saved on the included 2GB miniSD card, while upper range model can stream images and video through USB.

The Predator camera runs on a rechargeable battery for up to 6 hours and is waterproof, shockproof. Multiple accessories are also available, such as lenses, mounts, adapters and more.

Via Dealernews.

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