FLIR E60 thermal imaging camera

FLIR offers discounts on thermal imaging cameras

  • 11 Nov 2015

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FLIR is offering discounts on its range of E60 thermal imaging cameras.

The FLIR E60 thermal imaging camera is a feature-rich infrared inspection tool, developed for electricians, plant maintenance engineers and facilities technicians.

Equipped with MSX image clarity, the E60 is designed for efficient troubleshooting, creation of detailed reports and fast transmission of images and findings to colleagues. 

The specially developed FLIR E60 (BX) is also available on discount, with added functions for building science applications.

On offer until 31st December 2015, both thermal imaging cameras are available as part of four value packages. Customers can buy the camera for a straight discount of £998, or purchase additional add-ons such as lenses for a greatly reduced overall cost, allowing the cameras to be optimised for different applications.

Purchasing a FLIR E60 or FLIR E60 (BX) with a 15 degree or a 45 degree lens represents a cost saving of £2,235, at a total price of £5,555.

In addition to the thermal imaging cameras, the FLIR TG165 imaging thermometer is also available at a discount until the end of the year. 

The FLIR TG165 bridges the gap between single spot IR thermometers and a troubleshooting thermal imaging camera. 

The thermometer is available for £222 (+ VAT), down from its normal price of £296.

Find out more about the FLIR discounts

FLIR Systems,
2 Kings Hill Avenue,
Kings Hill,
West Malling,
United Kingdom
ME19 4AQ

Phone: 01732 220011
Fax: 01732 220014

Visit FLIR Systems' website






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