FLIR offers a range of thermal imaging cameras: whilst its Exx-Series has been designed for professional thermographers, its Ex-Series features entry level models.
The FLIR Ex-Series of thermal imaging cameras comprises several entry-level models, including the FLIR E4, E5 and E6.
Surpassing the capabilities of thermal imaging instruments, the cameras utilise patented MSX-technology to produce sharp thermal images in real time.
The technology also enables quick target orientation and the creation of clean reports; users are able to easily identify and define problems from the thermal image produced
The E4, E5 and E6 models boast an image quality of 80 x 60 pixels, 120 x 90 pixels and 160 x 120 pixels respectively. They can see temperature differences of 0.15°C, 0.10°C and 0.06°C.
FLIR’s Exx-Series offers greater functionality, with resolutions of up to 320 x 240 pixels. This range is supplemented with a variety of interchangeable lenses: users can switch to wide angle, in order to capture more of a scene in one shot, or utilise the telephoto lens to measure distant and smaller targets.
Better suited to professional thermographers, the FLIR Exx- features a touchscreen and manual focus, as well as MSX technology.
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