FLIR i3 / i5 / i7 is the smallest, lightest and most affordable thermal imaging camera on the market. It is incredibly easy to use and requires no former experience. It really is a matter of "point-shoot-detect" to obtain high-quality thermal images that will immediately give you the thermal information you need.
The camera is extremely easy to understand and operate, designed for entry-level users. The camera is intuitive and comes with a full manual.
Fully automatic Produces instant, point-and-shoot JPEG thermal imagery that carries all required temperature data and can be stored internally or externally, sent and analyzed.
Focus free The fixed focus free lens makes using the FLIR i5/i7 a snap.
Compact and lightweight FLIR i3/i5/i7 weighs only 365 g, and is easy to store in a belt pouch.
FLIR i-Series thermal imaging cameras withstand a 2 meter drop. Watersplash proof with an IP43 rate.
SD card storage Stores images with unique ID in radiometric JPEG format, containing all temperature data on a standard miniSD card. USB file transfer to PC.
Reporting and analysis software included FLIR QuickReport software is included and the camera is also compatible with the more powerful FLIR Reporter.
Outstanding measurement/accuracy High accuracy of ±2°C or ±2% produces sensitive thermal images for general purpose maintenance analysis. Measures temperatures up to +250°C and detects temperature differences as small as 0.10°C.
Measurement functions Spotmeter, box with max./min. temperatures, isotherm above/below (depending on model).
FLIR i3 / i5 / i7 camera model comparison
Thermal image quality: 60x60 pixels
Thermal image quality: 100x100 pixels
Thermal image quality: 140x140 pixels
Field of View: 12.5°(H) x 12.5°(V)
Field of View: 21°(H) x 21°(V)
Field of View: 29°(H) x 29°(V)
Spotmeter, area with max./min. temperature, isotherm above/below
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Thermal imaging cameras are powerful and non invasive tools for monitoring and diagnosing the condition of buildings. Energy losses, missing insulations, air leaks, moisture and many other building related problems become immediately and clearly visible on a thermal image.
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