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Flir E60 Thermal Image Camera

Product Code: FLIQ67
£250.00 Per week
Flir E60 Thermal Image Camera
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Flir E60 Thermal Image Camera

Product Code: FLIQ67
£250.00 Per week

Flir E60 Thermal Imaging Camera Description

The Flir E60 thermal imaging camera is a highly accurate, portable and reliable device. It is able to measure temperatures from -20°C up to 650°C with ± 2% accuracy. In addition, you can sync your camera to smartphones or tablets with Flir’s wifi app, so that you can stream live video to them. This is an innovative feature because it allows you to show your coworkers what is happening across multiple devices. We offer the Flir E60 thermal imaging camera for rent at just £250 per week.

Features and Benefits

  • 0.05°C @ 30°C Thermal Sensitivity
  • Bright LED Light
  • Annotate Images with Voice
  • Picture-in-Picture (Scalable)
  • Thermal Fusion

Product Specs

  • Display: 3.5 Touch-Screen LCD
  • Zoom: 4X Continuous
  • Area Min/Max: With Auto Hot/Cold Spot Marker
  • Differential temperature: Delta T
  • Resolution: 76,800 pixels (320 x 240) infrared resolution IR Images
  • Visible Light Digital Camera: 3MP resolution with flash provides sharp images, regardless of lighting conditions
  • Thermal Fusion: Blending of both thermal and digital images in real-time
  • Scalable Picture in Picture (PIP): Displays thermal image superimposed over a digital image, and is scalable to resize the thermal image
  • Bright LED Light: Allows the visual camera and fusion to be used in poorly lit areas
  • Wide Temperature Range: From -20° to +650°C targeting electrical and industrial applications
  • Thumbnail Image Gallery: Allows for quick search of stored images
  • Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery: Lasts for more than 5hrs continuous use; replaceable
  • Copy to USB: Easy upload of images from camera to USB memory stick
  • Laser LocatIR Pointer: Pinpoints a reference spot with a laser
  • Laser Marker: Marks the point on the IR displayed image as to where the laser pointer is targeting
  • IR Window Correction: Software settings allow you to account for transmission loss through IR windows