Flir EX Thermal Imager for quick thermal diagnostics with high sensitivity
The Flir EX series cameras are portable devices intended to collect information on the temperature distribution on the surface of the observed object. Infrared cameras have been used in a wide range of industries starting from the mechanical engineering through energy audits, ending with locating moisture in a room.
The infrared cameras by Flir - the world leader in scope of thermal measurements - feature e.g. a well-thought-out and modern design, practicality, simple and intuitive handling, as well as quick reaction in a wide range of temperatures.
Flix EX thermal imagers series have been developed in 4 versions i.e. E4, E5, E6 and E8, which have different sensitivity, image resolution and operating modes. The thermal imager is very handy, its grip and power supply resembles a solid screw-driver; the camera is equipped with a removable accumulative battery located in its handgrip. The most important part of the device is its matrix consisting of uncooled microbolometer detectors which converts the visible image to a temperature distribution displayed on a 3" touchscreen. Precise interpretation is possible through 3 different colour palettes (black and white, iron, rainbow), and the MSX function (Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging), which overlaps the digital image on the thermal image, enables even more accurate thermal analysis of a building, electrical installation and diagnostics of mechanical systems. The built-in memory of the thermal imager has a store capacity of up to 500 sets of images, which can easily be copied via the USB port to a computer.
The most common applications of the Flir EX series thermal imagers:
- in companies’ in-house R&D departments
- in mechanical engineering
- inspections of air conditioning and ventilation
- monitoring of photovoltaic installations
- electrical system measurement
- checking thermal bridges
- in power engineering
- examination of roof-covering defects
- examination of production lines.