FLIR E4 Thermal Imager 80 × 60 (4,800 Pixels)
- IR Resolution: 80 × 60
- Thermal Sensitivity: <0.15°C
- Field of View: 45° × 34°
- Focus Free
- Uncooled Microbolometer Detector
Introducing the FLIR E4, E5, E6 and E8
The First Real Infrared Cameras with Thermal, Visible, and MSX Imaging Starting Under $1K
Now you can afford the ultimate home inspection tool. Gain the competitive advantage, get more done, and take care of more customers. Blow them away with dramatic MSX thermal images that clearly reveal where missing insulation, air leaks, and moisture intrusion are hiding — convincing evidence that shows where to make repairs to improve energy efficiency, structural integrity, and comfort. An E4, E5, E6 or E8 can help you solve problems and save money for property owners, leading to greater credibility and opportunities.
Your Vision Is About to Go Thermal
FLIR thermal imaging cameras let you see amazing things that your eyes alone can’t, taking you beyond the visible spectrum into the infrared world of hot and cold. With the power to detect and visualize heat issues, a FLIR can show you where potential trouble is brewing. By using a thermal imager to help you find hidden problems early, you have a chance to get them fixed before they cause “self-evident” damage, waste more energy, hurt someone, or shut things down.
Which Camera is Right for You?
Whether you’re new to infrared inspections or already a Level III thermographer, a variety of important factors will figure into your thermal camera decision: how often you use the camera, what you’re inspecting, the angles you’re shooting from, target size, high temperatures, distance, and other considerations. That’s why we’ve created this guide to help you determine the right fit for your application, budget, and the way you like to work.
Consider the insulation contractor who got off to a fast start with a low-cost i7 and quickly became known for finding all kinds of ways to help people save on their energy bills. Needing to add a second camera to keep pace, he chose an E60 for its higher IR detail, built-in digital camera, and MSX® enhancement for clearer documentation. The FLIR app connectivity to his iPad made it easier to show results to customers. And the 320 x 240 image clarity improved his web site.
Obviously, different requirements mean one thermal imager may or may not fit all. So, along with this guide, we encourage you to consult with your FLIR dealer or representative who will gladly help you hone your decision.
MSX: A Bold New Form of Thermal Imaging
If you plan to share saved images with customers or co-workers, a thermal image alone isn’t always enough to help them understand what they’re seeing. That’s why FLIR developed MSX ® Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging to bring together the best of both spectrums in a striking, innovative way. Now onboard the full line of new FLIR E-Series and T-Series cameras, MSX instantaneously generates a definitive, all-in-one thermal picture that easily orients you to the location of the problem as soon you see it on the screen or in a report. No more guesswork or messing around with extra photos.