FLIR i3: Quality Thermal Imaging Under $1,200
The FLIR i3 is the industry’s first ever, sub-$1,200 point-and-shoot infrared camera, making the big picture of thermal imaging a realistic and affordable upgrade from single-spot infrared thermometers or “temperature guns” with numerical readouts. The fully-automatic FLIR i3 is easy to use out of the box and offers 60 x 60 pixel resolution suitable for everyday, general diagnostic work. Many FLIR hallmarks are included such as 2% thermal accuracy and fully radiometric JPEGs that integrate temperature data into a familiar, universally accepted image format.  The new FLIR i3 is priced low enough for first-time users or for companies across industries that are ready to equip every technician or facility with an infrared camera.

FLIR E-Series: Robust, Innovative Thermal Imagers
FLIR’s bold new E-series is a four-model range of compact thermal imagers (E30, E40, E50, E60) that transforms infrared diagnostics by introducing a mix of powerful thermal imaging capabilities such as 76,800 pixels (320 × 240) IR resolution coupled with 2% accuracy, <0.05˚C thermal sensitivity, 4x digital zoom, and 60Hz refresh rate as well as industry-first innovations such as Wi-Fi connectivity to personal devices such as iPads or iPhones, MeterLink Bluetooth connectivity to Extech meters, 3MP digital camera, and a wide, 3.5” full-view touchscreen with intuitive interface.

FLIR T620 & T640: Unrivaled Performance and Flexibility
The all-new FLIR T620 and T640 lead the industry by setting a new standard for premium, high performance thermal imaging, productivity-oriented ergonomic design, and a comprehensive feature-set. The T620 and T640 build on the FLIR E-series’ innovative capabilities and add an industry-best 307,200 pixel (640 x 480) infrared resolution, thermal sensitivity to <0.04°C, 2,000°C temperature range capability, 4.3” screen, available color viewfinder for bright jobsites, advanced measurement modes, and a 5 MP digital camera. For unrivaled ergonomics, a truly flexible design with rotating optical block ensures hours of fatigue-free infrared diagnostics and easy screen viewing from any angle. FLIR’s best-in-class T620 and T640 tackle the performance demands of industrial, plant, utility, HVAC, and building-related professionals with premium capabilities.  All new FLIR thermal imagers are available now at FLIR-authorized distributors. (Pricing is in US dollars and applies to U.S. sales only.)

About FLIR Systems:
Pioneers in all aspects of infrared technology, FLIR designs, manufactures, and supports thermal imaging systems and subsystems for industrial, scientific, government, commercial, and firefighting applications. With a nearly 50-year history of infrared innovation, +100,000 systems in use worldwide, and development centers and sales offices in over 60 countries, FLIR is the world leader in thermal imaging technology. Visit the company’s website at www.FLIR.com.

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