Rugged and affordable for all applications the FLIR E8 is perfect for quick equipment scans and safety checks.
The New E8 from FLIR is an affordable thermal imaging camera for quick equipment scans and safety checks. This camera is perfect for home weatherization, HVAC, restoration contractors, utility troublemen, and facility maintenance. Rugged and affordable for enough, it is far more effective than an IR temperature gun. Meets RESENT standards!
MSX - Recognize problem locations instantly when you see thermal images enhanced with visible camera details such as numbers, signage, labels, and other identifiable Features.
Reliable Results - FLIR\'s outstanding thermal accuracy (within 2%) and broad measurement range (-4 to 482 °F) for results you can count on.
Fully Radiometeric Images - Stores hundres of thermal, MSX and visible image JPEGS with all temperature data intact ready to download to your Mac or PC
Compact Design - Light at about 20 ounces for easy one-handed operation yet tough enough to stow with the rest of your tools
Ruggedness - Withstands 2 Meter Drop Test
Protective Lens Cover Slides Open Easily
Quick Button Access to Measurement, Parameter, and Imaging Tools
Excellent 3" Color LCD Shows the Whole MSX Scene
On-board 640 x 480 Digital Camera
Area Box Measurement Modes
IR Pixel Resolution - 320 x 240
Thermal Sensitivity - <0.06 °C
Temperature Range - -4 to 482 °F (-20 to 250 °C)
Measurement Modes - Centerspot, Area Box, Auto Hot/Cold Detection
Frame Rate - 9Hz
Field of View - 45 x 34 degree
Focus - Focus Free
New Exclusive MSX Thermal Imaging Technology Made Affordable for Everyday Use
What is MSX?
Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX) for easier interpretation of an image - adds visible spectrum definition to IR images by detecting the edges of objects and including that detail in the thermal image. Text becomes clearly visible so that you can read a label or identifier within the IR image. This exclusive function provides extraordinary thermal detail that instantly highlights and orients problem locations and elimates the need to refer back to a visual image for detail.