Expanded range of handheld thermal imaging cameras

08-06-2022 | Teledyne FLIR | Test & Measurement

Teledyne FLIR has added the E52 camera to its range of Exx thermal Imaging devices, including the E96, E86, E76 and E54 models. The new camera provides professional-quality thermal resolution to deliver images that are easy to read and on-camera routing capability to enhance field survey efficiency. Ergonomic and simple to use, it has the same user-friendly design to assist professionals in detecting the early signs of building issues, identifying hot spots, troubleshooting electrical and mechanical systems, and preventing problems before they induce damage that leads to costly repairs.

The 43,200-pixel infrared resolution and four-times digital zoom provides a professional level of clarity to aid in detecting subtle changes in temperature that are indicative of developing faults and issues. It provides improved measurement results, so professionals can safely diagnose electrical faults or locate hidden anomalies at temperatures up to 550C (1022F), including in extreme manufacturing and production environments where conditions are particularly challenging, to help keep the workplace running smoothly.

FLIR Inspection Route is now a standard feature on every Exx-Series camera. The FLIR Thermal Studio Pro software complements it with Route Creator plugin, sold separately as an annual subscription. The entire routing bundle allows professionals to create and export custom inspection and pre-planned routes, perfect for large or multi-location electrical or mechanical projects.

“The Exx-Series advanced thermal imaging cameras enable building professionals, inspectors, engineers, researchers, and facility maintenance personnel to do more than ever before with a handheld thermal camera,” said Rickard Lindvall, general manager, Solutions Business at Teledyne FLIR. “With excellent thermal resolution and on-camera routing capabilities, the E52 Thermal Imaging Camera can help our customers make better, more informed decisions to complete the job more efficiently and effectively, at a competitive price point.”

By Natasha Shek