FLIR Systems is running an incentive programme that includes special, cost-saving product bundles from now until the end of the year.
So if you are a builder or electrician new to thermal imaging or someone who already appreciates the power of the technology and wants more functionality, this is great news for you.
The FLIR C3 is a powerful, fully-featured, pocket-sized thermal camera, designed for a wide range of building and electrical/mechanical applications.
Its slim, light profile fits comfortably into any work pocket, so the camera is instantly available for troubleshooting.
As is the case with most models in the FLIR Systems’ range, it includes the company’s unique MSX® technology, which adds key details from the on-board visible camera to the entire infrared image in real time making problem diagnosis easy and quick.
Area minimum and maximum temperature measurement and Wi-Fi connectivity are also standard features.
This promotional period will see the FLIR C3 be either available as a stand-alone product that carries a 16% discount or as part of two product bundles.
The first of these is aimed at electricians and combines the FLIR C3 with a FLIR VP52, non-contact voltage detector with work light. This rugged, waterproof and CAT IV-rated instrument also features vibration feedback and multi-coloured LED alarms.
For building professionals, the second bundle teams the FLIR C3 with a FLIR MR40 2-pin (pictured at head of article), single-scale moisture meter. It is a quick and easy-to-use tool to find and quantify moisture.
Both bundles represent an overall cost saving of 17% and are priced at £565 (excl. VAT) and £593 (excl. VAT) respectively.
Cost savings of up to 6% are also available on the models in the FLIR Ex-Series troubleshooting range and an 18% price reduction is being applied to the entry-level FLIR C2.
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