Featuring interchangeable lenses that auto-calibrate with the camera, as well as a vibrant 4" touchscreen with scratch-resistant Dragontrail™ cover glass and a fast and responsive interface.
Featuring interchangeable telephoto lenses (24°, 42°, 14°) that can be set up to auto-calibrate with the camera for quick swapping in the field with little down time and no need to send to the factory. The firmware update to auto-calibrate the lens using AutoCal™ will be available at the end of April.
A brighter and larger display with auto-rotation helps you clearly see small details even before you look at your report.
A fast and responsive interface allows for ease of use and the improved organization and reporting options makes diagnosing your reports easy.
Not every target is the same size out in the field. The interchangeable lenses (14°, 24°, 42°) will allow you to get the shot you need with the same camera for every situation. From wide angle to telephoto, the lenses offer complete coverage of near and far targets. Each lens can be set up to auto-calibrate with the camera for quick swapping in the field with little down time and no need to send to the factory.
The camera produces radiometric JPEGs that can be opened in your own software. No need for a proprietary one. The images are supported by FLIR's Strategic Developers Kit (ATLAS SDK). This enables companies to use their own CMMs. With their own CMMs they can store and pull measurements from thermal images. Other information stored in the image are also accessible like GPS, compass, current and voltage measurements.
Your job can take you into all kinds of different places and positions. With the simple buttons and being lightweight using the camera in one hand is easy. If you are in a dark space the large and bright LED screen will allow you to clearly see what your investigating.
Report problems in building structures for insurance claims, pre-insurance audits, and building inspections. The Exx-Series improves plant safety by helping you diagnose and report electrical problems before they result in fire or damage.
Equipment failures are costly and can impact on time delivery, so it’s important to have the right tools to find potential problems before they happen.
Laser focus has a dual trigger allowing a more intuitive focus to happen before capturing the image.
|IR Resolution||464 x 348 (161,472 pixels)|
|Object Temperature Range||-20°C to 120°C (-4°F to 248°F)
0°C to 650°C (32°F to 1200°F)
300°C to 1500°C (572°F to 2732°F)
|Time-lapse (Infrared)||10 sec to 24 hours|
|Area Measurement Information||Yes|
|Spotmeter||3 in live mode|
|Area||3 in live mode|
|Detector Type and Pitch||Uncooled microbolometer, 17 µm|
|Thermal Sensitivity/NETD||< 0.03°C @ 30°C (86°F)|
|Spectral Range||7.5 - 14.0 µm|
|Image Frequency||30 Hz|
|Field of View (FOV)||42° x 32° (10 mm lens),
24° x 18° (17 mm lens),
14° x 10° (29 mm lens)
|Display||4”, 640 x 480 optically-bonded PCAP touchscreen, with 400 cd/m2 surface brightness|
|Picture-in-Picture||Resizable and movable|
|MSX®||Embosses visual details on full resolution thermal image|
|UltraMax™||Super-resolution process quadruples pixel count, activated in FLIR Tools+|
|Accuracy||±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading for ambient temperature 15°C to 35°C (59°F to 95°F) and object temperature above 0°C (32°F)|
|Battery Operating Time||Approximately 2.5 hours at 25°C (77°F) ambient temperature and typical use|
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