FLIR EX Series
FLIR E4, E5, E6, and E8 Infrared Cameras with MSX
The First Real Infrared Cameras with Thermal, Visible, and MSX Imaging Starting Under £1K
Now you can afford the ultimate inspection tool. Gain the competitive advantage and take care of more customers. Blow them away with dramatic MSX thermal images that clearly reveal problems from sources of energy loss, moisture intrusion and structural issues to overheating electrical and mechanical equipment.
MSX® Thermal Image Enhancement
MSX adds key details from the onboard visible light camera to the entire infrared image in real time. The result: an all-in-one thermal picture with numbers, labels, and other structural features intact so you’ll instantly recognize where the heat issue is.
Affordable Resolution Choices
From the 4800-pixel thermal image clarity of the E4 to the E8’s incredible 320×240 detector with 76,800 pixels, new FLIR Ex-Series cameras offer a resolution to fit the target size, working distance, and detail required for your application as well as your budget.
The Power of One Button
A focus-free lens and simple button navigation to on-screen settings, imaging modes, measurement tools, and saved JPEGS make all four of these cameras amazingly easy to operate, even with just the press of a single gloved thumb.
Quick-release, tool-type Li-ion battery is easy to remove, recharge and snap back in. Charge in-camera or with the optional charging station to keep you up and running all day.
Fast Temperature Measurement Tools
The E4 on up feature an on-screen center spotmeter for measuring temperatures. The E5, E6, and E8 also give you an area box tool with an automatic hot or cold spot that hunts down temperature extremes. And the E6 and E8 provide a blue-below and red-above color alarm to quickly alert you to heat issues.
Multiple Imaging Modes
All Ex-Series cameras let you view thermal, visual, and MSX images and store them simultaneously for further analysis using FLIR Tools software. The E6 and E8 also offer Picture-in-Picture that inserts the thermal image over the visible photo as an extra documentation option.
Thermal with MSX