FLIR I7 promo effective April 15th (orders can be taken in advance)

$1995.00 List.

Buy a FLIR I7 and receive an Extech BR250 video borescope for free. ($349.90 value)

New FLIR I7 Specs: (note that 140x140 is a higher resolution than 160x120)

  • Compact
  • Easy to use
  • Lightweight at only 13 ounces
  • Image resolution 140 x 140 pixels
  • High accuracy – 2 percent with a thermal sensitivity of 0.1 degree Centigrade allows you expose problems faster and easier
  • Large 2.8 inch color LCD
  • 5 hour battery
  • Rugged, durable design has easy grip ergonomic handle
  • IP43 splash – dust proof standard compliant
  • Measurement Modes
  • Spot (center)
  • Area (Min - Max)
  • Isotherm (above - below)
  • MiniSD card can store up to 5000 Radiometric images in JPEG format

Extech BR250 Specs: (It captures both images and video)

  • Detachable wireless color display can be viewed from a remote location up to 32ft (10m) from measurement point
  • Captured video and still images with date/time stamp can be played back on the wireless monitor or your PC
  • 9mm diameter camera head with 36" (0.9m) flexible gooseneck cable
  • Video and images can also be transferred to your PC via the microSD card (with included SD adaptor) or USB cable (included) and viewed using Windows® Multimedia Player
  • Menus in 10 languages: English, Chinese, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, and Russian
  • Mini water-proof (IP67) 9mm camera head for high resolution viewing
  • Four bright LED lamps with dimmer to illuminate viewed object
  • Glare-free close-up field of view
  • Optional BR200-EXT extension cable available for increasing viewing depth; 19mm diameter connector and 38" (0.96m) cable length; maximum 2 extension cables can be connected to the borescope

Jason Kaylor
VP of Specialty Products
AC Tool Supply

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