FLIR's E-Series thermal imaging cameras are designed to detect a multitude of issues
FLIR Systems, Inc. announces the release of the new FLIR E-Series line of thermal cameras. Compact, rugged and user-friendly, the new E4, E5, E6 and E8 cameras are aimed at professionals who need to track down electrical and mechanical overheating, moisture ingress, missing insulation, air leaks, and a host of other issues that thermal images can detect and quantify.
The new E-Series thermal cameras feature a vivid 3" color LCD display, wide-angle focus-free lens, intuitive on-camera button controls, on-board digital camera, and FLIR’s exclusive MSX technology (Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging), which integrates visible details from digital camera photos onto IR images. Along with delivering a much clearer thermal picture overall, MSXis designed to recognize the location of heat issues without obscuring or compromising the integrity of the original thermal scene.
Up until this product release, MSX was limited to FLIR’s high-performance T-Series thermal imagers. With the new E-Series E4 model, however, it’s now available for as low as $995 USD – an astounding thermal imaging price-to-performance breakthrough.
MSX is engineered for creating an all-in-one thermal image that clearly illustrates an emerging or existing issue, and the bundled FLIR Tools software makes it simple to import, analyze, and incorporate images into easy-to-understand reports to help provide convincing evidence for repairs.