FLIR E60 Infrared Compact Thermal Imaging Camera Details
With 320 x 240 resolution, this camera provides impressive infrared image quality whilst its 3 megapixel digital camera provides both scalable picture-in-picture as well as thermal fusion which allows the overlay of thermal and visible images which allow for easy identification and clearer documentation. A laser pointer which is added to the features of this camera also aids in aiming while a bright LED lamp also provides light in dark corners. With a manual focus lens of 4x continuous digital zoom you stand the chance of having a 25° x 19° field of view.
A bright 3.5" landscape touchscreen provides a perceptive interface for the camera. The touchscreen can be used to control 3 box areas and 3 moveable spots which allows users to gather more detailed temperature information. The FLIR E60 thermal imager is again equipped with a number of advanced communications options.
The FLIR E60 can be linked via Wi-Fi to an smart phone or tablet. This allows users to transfer images, add further measurement spots, readjust span and level, change palettes, create reports, and email findings to decision makers easily.FLIR has also included MeterLink to wirelessly transmit vital diagnostic data from clamp and moisture meters directly to the camera for annotating thermal images to further support findings and decisions. With E60 it is also possible to print professional looking PDF documents directly from the camera right on site with the InstantReport function.
FLIR E60 Infrared Compact Thermal Imaging Camera Features
Large and bright LCD
Sharp thermal images and easy-to-read temperature values are presented on the touch screen LCD display.
Laserpointer and LED light
Activate the built in laser pointer and associate the hot spot you see on the LCD with the real target in the field. A LED light assures clear visual images.
Merges visual and infrared images to offer better analysis.
With the PiP-function it is easy to locate areas of interest.
Create instant reports directly in camera. Easy to copy reports to USB.
FLIR MeterLink technology simplifies the work in electrical or building inspections by making it possible to transfer, via Bluetooth, the data acquired by an Extech clampmeter or multi function moisture meter and psychrometer into the infrared camera. The MeterLink technology saves time and eliminates the risk of erroneous records or notes.
Dew point/Insulation Alarm
The Relative Humidity Alarm alerts you to the areas where there is a risk of condensation. An Insulation Alarm shows the insulation performance of the building structure.
Text and voice annotationsText comments can be made from a pre-defined list or by using the touch screen. A headset can be connected to make voice annotations.
3 Megapixel visible light camera makes observing and inspecting faster and easier.
.The Thermal Imaging Camera includes the following
- Hard transport case
- Infrared camera with lens
- Hand strap
- Calibration certificate
- FLIR QuickReport™ PC software CD-ROM
- Lens cap
- FLIR tools PC software
- Memory card-to-USB adapter
- Memory card with adapter
- Power supply
- Printed Getting Started Guide
- USB cable
- User documentation CD-ROM
- Video cable
- Warranty extension card or Registration card
Thermal Imaging Camera Accessories
- Power supply incl. Multi-plugs
- Bluetooth headset
- Lens 30 mm, 15° field of view, incl. case
Flir Thermal Imaging Camera comes with the following softwares
FLIR E60 Infrared Compact Thermal Imaging Camera Applications
- Building inspection
- Moisture detection
- Mould inspection
- Checking temperature distribution in asphalt pavements
- Checking insulation problems
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