FLIR E50-NIST Thermal Imaging Camera, 43200 Pixels (240 x 180), includes NIST Traceable Certification
FLIR E50-NIST Thermal Imaging Camera, 43200 Pixels (240 x 180), includes NIST Traceable Certification
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FLIR E50-NIST Thermal Imaging Camera, 43200 Pixels (240 x 180), includes NIST Traceable Certification
Model: E50-NIST

Ideal for frequent inspections and reports by plant maintenance, electricians and facility contractors because of its higher 240 x 180 infrared resolution and its ability to offer better analysis and documentation with thermal fusion, a function that merges visual and thermal images. This product includes NIST Traceable certificate with full Data and Uncertainties.

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FLIR E50-NIST Offers

The FLIR E50 thermal imager offers one of the most effective ways to keep your facility operating at peak performance, avoid expensive equipment failures, and prevent loss of production capacity. This product includes NIST Traceable certificate with full Data and Uncertainties.

Features:
  • Its high infrared resolution images of 43, 200 pixels (240 X 180) offers clear and precise displays of wherever the problem may lie
  • Thermal sensitivity of <0.05°C helps to find the problems faster and easier, a key feature for equipment monitoring
  • An optimized temperature range of -4 to 1202°F (-20 to 650°C)
  • Improved digital camera with a 3.1 megapixel resolution to provide the clearest visible light picture
  • Large 3.5" landscape touch serene
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity to send images and data to an iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch® , or Android™ using FLIR Told Mobile app
  • Scalable Picture-in-Picture and thermal fustian to overlay visible and thermal images
  • MeterLink allows to wireless transmit vital diagnostic data from clamp and moisture meters directly to the camera
  • Annotation allows you to add voice comments via bluetooth headset
  • InstantReport generates a professional PDF document directly from the camera
Applications:
  • Electrical: Find hidden problems quickly, make timely repairs, prevent unscheduled shutdowns, and improve plant safety.
  • Mechanical: Discover overheated bearings, linkages, and other components before they can interrupt your operations or create safety hazards.
  • Utility: Scan large areas and hundreds of connections quickly and efficiently to prevent unexpected service outages and lost revenues.

FLIR E50 Specifications

IR RESOLUTION (ARRAY SIZE) 43,200 (240 x 180)
THERMAL SENSITIVITY <0.05°C (50mK)
FIELD OF VIEW 25°H x 19°V; Optional lenses available
TEMPERATURE RANGE -20 to 650°C (-4 to 1202°F)
ACCURACY ±2% rdg. or 2°C
MEASUREMENT MODES 5 modes: 3 spots, 3 area boxes (min/max), Isotherm (above/below), auto hot/cold, Delta T
FRAME REFRESH 60 Hz
THERMAL PALETTES Arctic, Gray, Iron, Lava, Rainbow, Rainbow high contrast; plus all inverted
FOCUS Manual
DISPLAY SCREEN 3.5" landscape touchscreen (widescreen)
VISUAL CAMERA 3.1 MP
DIGITAL ZOOM 2x, 4X continuous
IMAGE FUSION Yes
PICTURE-IN-PICTURE Scalable
MEMORY STORAGE 2GB SD card, 1000 images
VIDEO OUTPUT Streaming USB; Composite
COLOUR ALARM Yes
IR/VISUAL ALARM Yes
LED ILLUMINATOR Yes
LASER POINTER Yes
VIDEO RECORDING Yes
ANNOTATIONS Text
WIRELESS METER CONNECT. Yes
WI-FI CONNECTIVITY Yes
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What's included with the FLIR E50-NIST

  • Memory Card with Adapter
  • NIST Traceable Certification
  • Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery
  • Power Supply
  • USB Cable
  • Video Cable
  • Hand Strap
  • Camera Lens Cap
  • Hard Carrying Sase
  • FLIR Tools Software CD-ROM

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