FLIR Systems, a leader in the design and manufacture of thermal imaging cameras, has set a new benchmark with the release of its new Ex-Series.
FLIR Ex-Series thermal imaging cameras are ideal for electrical and mechanical inspections.
They are able to detect potential problem areas, which means that installations can be quickly and easily inspected and breakdowns can be avoided.
They are also ideal for detecting insulation losses, inspecting under floor heating and many other building related anomalies.
Easy to use FLIR Ex-Series thermal imaging cameras gives users access to a new dimension in inspection capability.
An affordable replacement for a spot pyrometer, they provide a thermal image with temperature information on every pixel.
A FLIR thermal imaging camera can scan an entire area, never missing a potential problem area, no matter how small it might be.
With a fixed, focus-free lens, the FLIR Ex-Series is extremely simple to operate.
Designed for entry-level users, and measuring temperatures up to +250°C, they produce instant, “point-and-shoot” JPEG thermal imagery with all required temperature data included.
A built-in visual camera makes observing and inspecting faster and easier, as the visual image can be used as a reference against the thermal image.
FLIR's patented MSX-technology provides thermal images of exceptional quality in real time. This results in sharperlooking thermal images, quicker target orientation and clutter-free reports.
All FLIR Ex-Series weigh only 575g and are easy to carry in a belt pouch.
FLIR Tools software is available for free download by all Ex-Series users. FLIR Tools allows the user to import thermal images to a PC for basic reporting and analysis of findings.
With FLIR Tools you can:
- Create PDF image sheets
- Layout, move and resize measurement tools on any thermal image
- Add headers, footers and logos to reports
- Apply filters when searching for specific thermal images
Those who need more analysing capability can select FLIR Tools+ as an option.
Thermal or infrared energy is light that is not visible to the human eye because its wavelength is too long to be detected.
Thermal imaging cameras use special sensors that “see” thermal energy emitted from an object.