Safer Electrical Inspections with IR Windows from FLIR Systems

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FLIR's highly developed IR Windows increase the safety and efficiency of electrical inspections of high voltage cabinets. These IR window increase productivity by significantly reducing inspection times by requiring only one person to conduct assessments and eliminating the need for cumbersome PPE.

Arc flash accidents occur every day, resulting in severe burn injuries that affect thousands of workers annually. The cost in lives, livelihoods, and liability claims can be enormous. Fortunately, FLIR IR Windows now offer a solution to help reduce exposure so you can perform scans safely, more efficiently, and confidently that comply with NFPA 70E requirements.
Protect operators from hazardous arc flash incidents when inspecting energised equipment
  • Easy, quick and secure PIRma-Lock™ installation requires only one hole for each window 
  • Quick access with permanent hinged cover with simple thumb screw release
  • Assist in compliance with with NFPA 70E requirements
  • Durable broadband lens enables both indoor and outdoor inspections
FLIR's infrared windows include a broadband crystal lens which allows any thermal imaging camera to capture visable light pictures and thermal images.

Opening electrical cabinets to perform thermal and visual inspections of live components is dangerous work, exposing you to the risk of a hazardous arc flash incident. Now you can put the added safety of FLIR IR Windows between you and energised equipment to better protect yourself and eliminate the need for opening enclosures.

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