Infrared Imaging

Infrared Imaging

The FLIR E95 is our first pistol-grip camera with 640 × 480 thermal resolution so inspectors can survey high-voltage, hazardous targets safely and quickly diagnose electrical and mechanical failures. Interchangeable AutoCal™ lenses offer complete coverage of near and distant targets, with the laser distance meter ensuring the crisp focus needed for accurate temperature measurement. The onboard FLIR Inspection Route runs pre-planned routes to help inspectors stay organized when surveying large or multiple locations. FLIR Ignite provides automatic uploading of E96 images directly from the camera to the cloud for easy, secure storage and sharing.


Thermal imagers make pictures from heat, also called infrared (IR) or thermal energy. They capture IR energy and use that energy to create images through digital or analog video outputs, with the details defined by differences in temperature. Heat is a separate part of the electromagnetic spectrum versus typical visible light. A camera that can detect visible light won’t see thermal energy, and vice versa.


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