Now you can afford the ultimate inspection tool. Gain the competitive advantage and take care of more customers. Blow them away with dramatic MSX thermal images that clearly reveal problems from sources of energy loss, moisture intrusion and structural issues to overheating electrical and mechanical equipment.
MSX adds key details from the onboard visible light camera to the entire infrared image in real time. The result: an all-in-one thermal picture with numbers, labels, and other structural features intact so you’ll instantly recognize where the heat issue is.
From the 4800-pixel thermal image clarity of the E4 to the E8’s incredible 320×240 detector with 76,800 pixels, FLIR Ex-Series cameras offer a resolution to fit the target size, working distance, and detail required for your application as well as your budget.
A focus-free lens and simple button navigation to on-screen settings, imaging modes, measurement tools, and saved JPEGS make all four of these cameras amazingly easy to operate, even with just the press of a single gloved thumb.
Quick-release, tool-type Li-ion battery is easy to remove, recharge and snap back in. Charge in-camera or with the optional charging station to keep you up and running all day.
The E4 on up feature an on-screen center spotmeter for measuring temperatures. The E5, E6, and E8 also give you an area box tool with an automatic hot or cold spot that hunts down temperature extremes. And the E6 and E8 provide a blue-below and red-above color alarm to quickly alert you to heat issues.
All Ex-Series cameras let you view thermal, visual, and MSX images and store them simultaneously for further analysis using FLIR Tools software. The E6 and E8 also offer Picture-in-Picture that inserts the thermal image over the visible photo as an extra documentation option.
Thermal with MSX
The FLIR E8 is a high quality thermal camera that offers powerful imaging capabilities while still retaining simple operation and an intuitive user interface.
The E8 boasts professional specifications and powerful performance rather than unnecessary features.
With a fantastic 320 x 240 thermal resolution the FLIR E8 has image quality suitable for a whole host of applications ranging from electrical and HVAC inspections to building surveys and even certain medical or equine applications.
Further enhancing the E8’s suitability for building inspections is the fixed 45 degree lens which gives a greater field of view. This allows users to capture the whole building from a much closer distance or larger areas in confined spaces.
The FLIR E8 thermal camera is equipped with FLIR’s patented MSX imaging feature (see additional image thumbnails for examples).
This unique addition to the FLIR camera's adds visual definition to your thermal images through a fusion of digital image detail overlayed onto the infrared image.
In addition, the E8 has hot and cold spot recognition modes where areas that fall above or below a user defined temperature threshold are clearly highlighted on the image in either red (for hotspots) or blue (for coldspots).
The FLIR E8 comes supplied in a robust carry case complete with charger, calibration certificate and a download lead. The camera is also supplied with FLIR's Tools Software used for post analysis of your images. Users can add temperature measurements to the thermal image retrospectively in the software, add notes, create and customise professional reports. The quality of FLIR Tools software goes hand in hand with the quality of the camera and combined they form a powerful thermal imaging package. FLIR Tools is both Windows and Mac compatible.
The superb image quality and thermal accuracy present users with minute temperature details invisible to the naked eye, making the FLIR E8 thermal imaging camera the perfect tool for both basic or complex applications.
|Specifications||Point and Shoot|
|Accuracy||±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading, for ambient temperature 10°C to 35°C (+50°F to +95°F) and object temperature above +0°C (+32°F)|
4,800 (80 x 60)
|10,800 (120 x 90)||19.200 (160 x 120)||76,800 (320 x 240)|
-20° to 250°C (-4 F to 482°F)
|Measurement presets||2 Presets: center spot; no measurements.||4 Presets: center spot; hot spot; cold spot; no measurements.|
|Color alarm (isotherm)||Blue below or red above|
|Field of view||
45° x 34°
|Continuous auto focus|
|Min. focus distance||
|Radiometric JPEG via USB||
|Radiometric JPEG to SD card|
|MPEG4 to SD (non radiometric IR)|
|MPEG4 via USB (non radiometric IR/visual)|
|Radiometric streaming via USB|
|MSX thermal image enhancement||
3: Iron, Rainbow and Grey
|Battery operating time||
|Built-in digital camera||
640 x 480
|Built-in illuminator LED|
|Laser point + laser locater (on IR image)|
|IR window correction|
|Difference temperature/Delta T|
|Picture in picture||Fixed PIP||Fixed PIP|
|Sketch on IR/visual image|
|FLIR tools for PC and Mac||
|FLIR tools mobile app (Wifi)|
|Streaming video via app (Wifi)|
|Remote control via app (Wifi)|
|Drop (2 meter/6.6 feet)||
|Weight (including battery)||