FLIR E30 Infrared Camera Thermal Imager

Focal Plane Array detector with 160 x 120 pixels infrared resolution (19,200 pixels)
Wide temperature range: -4°F to 662°F (-20°C to 350°C) with ±2% or 2°C accuracy
0.1°C @ 30°C Thermal Sensitivity (N.E.T.D)
Manual focus, fixed zoom
Built-in laser pointer, 3.5" Touch-Screen LCD display
Built-in 2 Megapixel visible light digital camera with bright LED lamp for poorly lit environments
Functions include IR Window Correction
Measurement modes: 1 movable Spot, 1 Area (Min/Max/Average), Auto Hot/Cold spot marker, Isotherm (Above/Below)
Thumbnail Image Gallery, Radiometric IR Video Streaming to PC via USB
Memory card slot for image storage (more than 1,000 Radiometric JPEG images)
Complete with Memory card, Li-Ion rechargeable battery, power supply, USB cable, hand strap, lens cap and hard carrying case
Includes FLIR Tools software for analysis of radiometric images

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