Flir E50 Thermal Imaging Camera

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Flir E50 Thermal Imaging Camera
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FLIR Systems E50
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The Flir E50 Thermal Imaging Camera is a sophisticated point-and-shoot infrared camera that combines the best performance and value in compact thermal imaging cameras. Designed to fit beautifully into your IR inspection program, budget, and the palm of your hand, the E50 quickly pays for itself by identifying electrical, mechanical, or building envelope issues before a failure occurs or an expensive tear-down is required.

The FLIR E50 is easy to use out of the box and offers a temperature range of -20 to 650°C (-4 to 1202°F) with an accuracy of ±2% and a thermal sensitivity of < 0.05°C. The 240 x 180 resolution provides impressive infrared image quality and a 3 megapixel digital camera provides both scalable picture-in-picture as well as thermal fusion which allows the overlay of thermal and visible images for easy location identification and clearer documentation. A laser pointer aids aiming while a bright LED lamp provides light in dark corners. The manual focus lens has 4x continuous digital zoom and provides a 25° x 19° field of view.
FLIR Systems E50 Features
  • Delta temperature measurement
  • MeterLink
  • 1-4x continuous digital zoom
  • Non-radiometric IR-video recording
  • Radiometric IR-video recording
  • Non-radiometric IR-video streaming
  • Up to 320 x 240 pixels resolution
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Extremely rugged
  • High quality visual camera
  • Thumbnail image gallery
  • ± 2% accuracy
  • LCD touch screen
  • Built-in LED light
  • Long life battery
  • Laser Pointer
  • PiP Scalable IR area on visual image
  • Thermal Fusion
  • Instant reports
  • Text and voice annotations
  • Interchangeable lenses
  • Bluetooth & WiFi
  • Built-in 3.1 Mpixels camera
  • Thermal Fusion
FLIR Systems E50 Specs
Thermal image quality: 240x180 pixels
Thermal sensitivity: <0.05°C
Temperature range: -20°C to +650°C
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