Teledyne FLIR E8-XT - Thermal Camera
Availability: Usually 1-3 weeks
The Teledyne FLIR E8-XT is a 320 x 240 pixel (76,800 measurement points), 9Hz, thermal camera with MSX enhancement that adds the detail of the digital image to the thermal. It includes Wi-Fi connectivity which allows rapid image transfer to mobile devices via the FLIR Tools mobile app making sharing images and sending reports from any location a doddle.
This model is ideal for basic checks in industrial and electrical applications, as well as looking for leaks in heating pipes or blockages in heating systems.
The E8-XT is ideal for both industrial and building applications alike, you also can thermally tune the image (adjusting the temperature level and span) you can perform this function within the FLIR Tools or Thermal Studio software (free to download). The user interface is incredibly simple to use, and the inclusion of high / low temperature alarms makes this camera value for money.
A 45° lens is fitted as standard with this model, which makes it suitable for use in confined spaces, or where you want to get more of the object in the image, without moving further away. This model has a thermal sensitivity of 0.05°C (50mK) and additional temperature alarms.
With the MSX feature, the Teledyne FLIR E8-XT will capture a thermal, digital and MSX version of each image, enabling you to choose either one for your reports (stored as standard JPEG).
Lightweight at 575g and sturdy (can withstand 2-metre drop test) and backed with peace of mind manufacturer warranty of 2 years on the camera, 5 years on the battery and 10 years on the detector.
Key features of the Teledyne FLIR E6-XT
- Wi-Fi connectivity
- 320 x 240 pixel thermal resolution
- -20°C to +550°C Temperature Range
- 50mK (0.05°C) thermal sensitivity
- 5.2mrad Spatial resolution (FOV)
- 3 Colour Palettes, Ironbow, Rainbow and Greyscale
- Thermal Image, MSX Image, Digital Image, Picture-in-Picture
- 45° wide angle lens
- Built in digital camera
- MSX image enhancement
- Single spot measurement tool
- Temperature Alarms (High & Low)
Choosing the right thermal camera
With so many thermal cameras available, ranging from sub £500 to £30,000+, how do you know which camera you should choose? Consider the application you will be using the camera for and whether you are using it as an in-house Engineer, or if you are offering this as a contracted service. Ensuring you buy the right resolution camera is key, because you cannot upgrade this without buying a new camera.
At Instrotech, we won't just sell you a camera, our technical experts will help you choose the right camera for your application. In addition, as a regional training provider for the ITC we also run a selection of ITC approved one day thermography training courses covering both electrical and building applications. To make sure you’re getting the best possible deal, call our team on 01923 442244.
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