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IR Windows: IRW-Series with PIRma-Lock™

Anywhere from 5 to 10 arc flash accidents occur every day, resulting in severe burn injuries that affect over 2,000 workers annually. The costs in lives, livelihoods, and liability claims can be enormous. Fortunately, new FLIR IR Windows now offer a solution to help reduce exposure so you can perform scans safely, more efficiently, and confidently that comply with NFPA 70E requirements.

FLIR IR Windows Features

  • Easy Installation – Only one hole to drill and FLIR's single PIRma-Lock™ ring nut to tighten; same design as conduit connections that use standard US punch tools
  • PIRma-Lock™ Reliability – Tried and true locknut technology makes FLIR's IR Windows' self-grounding locking ring an IR windows first, with teeth that bite tight to the inside of the panel
  • Quick Access Hinged Cover – IR Windows' simple flip-open cover with integrated equipment ID label stays permanently attached so it never gets dropped, mismatched, or lost
  • Broadband Transmission – Crystal lens supports short, mid, and longwave IR cameras, visual inspections, and fusion technology; allows FLIR cameras with integrated lamps to capture video documentation
  • Stainless Steel Option – No dis-similar metal concerns with stainless steel cabinets, increased corrosion resistance, and durability for harsh or exterior environments.

 

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IR Windows Specifications

Model NumberFLIR IR Window
2" - IRW-2C 
FLIR IR Window
3" - IRW-3C
FLIR IR Window
4" - IRW-4C 
 

FLIR IR Window
2 inch

FLIR IR Window
3 inch

FLIR IR Window
4 inch

General Specifications
NEMA Environment Type Type 4/12 (outdoor/indoor)
Maximum Operating Temperature 500°F/260°C
Optic Specifications
Crystal Insert Diameter 50mm (1.97") 75mm (2.95") 95mm (3.74")
Viewing Aperture Diameter 45mm (1.77") 69mm (2.71") 89mm (3.50")
Viewing Aperture Area 1590mm² (2.46in²) 3739mm² (5.79in²) 6221mm² (9.64in²)
Window Thickness 2mm (0.07")
Optic Maximum Temperature 1355.6°C (2474°F)
Voltage Range Any
Body Material Anodized Aluminum
Overall Height 85.5mm (3.36") 107.4mm (4.22") 136.5mm (5.37")
Overall Width 73mm (2.87") 99mm (3.89") 127.44mm (5.01")
Overall Thickness 25.5mm (1.00") 26.86mm (1.05") 29.25mm (1.15")
Required Hole Diameter (Nominal) 2-3/8" (60.3mm) 3.5" (88.9mm) 4.5" (114.3mm)
Greenlee Punch 76BB 739BB 742BB
Broadband IR -- Short-, Mid-, & Longwave x x x
Visible Light Spectrum x x x
Picture-in-Picture & Fusion Image Blending x x x
Ratings & Testing
Underwriters Laboratories (UL 50V) x x x
UL 50 Environment Type 4/12
CSA Certification, Product Class 3211 07 x x x
KEMA (IEC 62271-200) Arc flash test standard: 5kV, 63kA for 30 cycles at 60Hz
TUV (IEC 60529) IP67
TUV (IEC 60068-2-6) 100 m/s^2 vibration withstand
TUV (IEC 60068-2-3) 15-day extreme humidity withstand
TUV (ANSI/IEEE C37.20.2 section A3.6) Impact Resistant Cover
Maximum Pullout Strength 657 kg (1450 lbs) 1655 kg (3650 lbs) 1678 kg (3700 lbs)
Other
Warranty Limited Lifetime Warranty Against Manufacturer Defects

Must Read Guidebooks

Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for industrial applications

Numerous industries worldwide have discovered the advantage of incorporating infrared cameras in their industrial processes and programs. This booklet is an in-depth guide for these industrial applications.

Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for building applications

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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Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for gas detection applications

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Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for R&D Professionals

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Thermal Imaging Guidebook for Building Applications

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Get the FREE copy of this informative FLIR Systems publication. 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. Also the renewable energy sector has discovered the benefits of thermal imaging cameras. Solar panel and windmills are regularly inspected with the help of a thermal imaging camera.

The guidebook is written for everyone with an interest in the use of thermal imaging cameras for building and renewable energy applications. It introduces the reader to many applications for building, solar panel and windmill inspections. It also explains to which details you need to pay attention when carrying out thermal inspections and has useful tips for choosing the correct thermal imaging camera for your specific building or renewable energy application.

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