Flir Systems troubleshooting thermal imaging cameras

  • 8 Dec 2014

End of year Education Offer

  • FLIR E6 is available at £998 and the FLIR E60 at £2,998 ex VAT
  • a 50% discount on recommended retail price
  • valid until the close of the year

Both are troubleshooting thermal imaging cameras

They come complete with MSX® multi-spectral imaging, the patented FLIR image processing technology that adds visible details to live and saved images.

The FLIR E60 includes wireless connectivity, exchangeable lens and a greater selection of measurements in its feature set.

In common with all FLIR thermal imaging cameras, both the FLIR E6 and E60 carry the company’s industry leading warranty – two years on the camera, five years on the battery and 10 years on the detector.

Andy Baker, UK and Ireland Sales Manager for FLIR Systems: “Thermal imaging can be applied to so many curriculum subjects that will feed the imagination of tomorrow’s thermographers.The UK is a world leader in innovation with many products and processes being developed within the university environment. The FLIR offer is therefore particularly beneficial to this community.”

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

Phone: 01732 220011
Fax: 01732 220014

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