FLIR Systems Australia announces the launch of an updated version of its successful FLIR Exx series of affordable thermal imaging cameras.
Designed to offer best-in-class performance, the new and improved FLIR Exx series offers industrial professionals an affordable, yet ergonomic and feature-rich thermal imaging camera that will significantly speed up electrical and mechanical inspections. The FLIR Exx series is available in a choice of three models: E40, E50 and E60.
Equipped with MeterLink and Bluetooth connections, FLIR Exx series thermal imaging cameras facilitate fast and accurate inspections. Connecting thermal imaging cameras with other devices or measurement tools allows for easy information exchange with customers or colleagues.
FLIR MeterLink technology allows FLIR Exx series users to save time by transferring, via Bluetooth, the data acquired by an Extech clamp meter or multifunction moisture meter into the thermal imaging camera. Images can also be transferred wirelessly to a smartphone or tablet PC.
All models in the FLIR Exx series come with a 3.1 MP built-in visual camera.
Some of the improvements in the FLIR Exx series of thermal imaging cameras include ease of use, exceptional thermal image quality and auto-orientation feature.
A new user interface and keypad make these cameras extremely simple to operate. Measuring temperatures up to +650°C, they produce instant, ‘point-and-shoot’ JPEG thermal imagery and video recording/streaming with all required temperature data included.
FLIR's patented MSX technology provides thermal images of exceptional quality in real time, resulting in sharper-looking thermal images, quicker target orientation and clutter-free reports. The camera also offers combined storage of MSX, thermal, Picture-in-Picture (PiP) and visual images.
The auto-orientation feature allows the camera to automatically adjust the measurement information on the display to the vertical or horizontal position of the camera.
All models come with FLIR Tools software that allows for easy reporting and analysis.