Entry-level thermal imaging cameras

Flir, thermal imaging camera, thermography

Flir’s Ex-Series of entry-level thermal-imaging cameras are true thermal-imaging cameras, not instruments that take spot temperature measurements or use blended techniques. The most important feature is the use of patented MSX technology to provide exceptional image quality in real time to give sharp thermal images, quicker target orientation and clean reports.

These cameras have a focus-free lens, so no adjustment is necessary. Temperature data up to 250°C is automatically embedded on the jpeg images. Temperature differences as small as 0.06 K can be resolved, making these cameras suitable for troubleshooting electrical and mechanical faults, detecting building faults such as insulation losses and problems with underfloor heating.

Ex-Series cameras weigh just 575 g, so they can be carried on a tool belt.

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