FLIR Extends Its Compact Infrared Camera Range and Launches Two New Well-Equipped Entry-Level Infrared Cameras

Infrared cameras detect and measure heat which develops in virtually all electrical, electronic or mechanical applications. Applied on a regular basis, infrared images improves product output quality, avoids cost-intensive failure of equipment and systems and contributes to saving energy. FLIR compact cameras are aimed at entry level users as well as at frequent users for a broad set of applications. Priced from 4.595 €, the complete compact range will become a strong landmark on the growing handheld infrared camera market. The new models are also available and marketed in a version for building and construction applications.

Highlights of the now three-version-strong FLIR compact camera series are an integrated digital camera, double LED lights enabling to work in darker areas and scalable Picture-in-Picture image display. The Picture-in-Picture function allows overlaying and scaling of an infrared image on the visual image in real-time at the push of a button. This enables an easier identification and interpretation of inspected objects.

The i-Series compact cameras measure temperatures from -20°C to 350°C. They are dust- and water splash-proof, shock-resistant and equipped with a field replaceable battery enabling up to five hours of uninterrupted use. Strong ergonomics, intuitive command buttons and a clear user menu available in 21 languages provide outstanding user comfort. At only 600 g, a stand-alone feature on the market, the FLIR i-Series is a truly portable instrument, that is also suitable
for use in tough on-site and field conditions.

The FLIR compact camera range is now available in three versions: the FLIR i40 with a 120x120 IR resolution, the existing FLIR i50 features a 140x140 pixel IR resolution, and the new top of the range FLIR i60 carries a 180x180 pixel IR resolution. FLIR infrared cameras are compatible with the FLIR Reporter 8.3 software, a wizard-based reporting suite with advanced image processing and temperature calculation functions. Images made by all FLIR infrared cameras come in a standard
.JPEG format, making proprietary vision software redundant.


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