FLIR E60BX Infrared Camera Thermal Imager

FLIR E60BX
Focal Plane Array detector with 320 x 240 pixels infrared resolution (76,800 pixels)
Temperature range: -4°F to 248°F (-20°C to 120°C) with ±2% or 2°C accuracy
0.045°C @ 30°C Thermal Sensitivity (N.E.T.D)
Manual focus, 4x continuous zoom
Built-in laser pointer, 3.5" Touch-Screen LCD display
Built-in 3.1 Megapixel visible light digital camera with bright LED lamp for poorly lit environments
Functions include Scalable Picture-In-Picture, Thermal Fusion, Insulation & Humidity Alarm, Voice/Text Annotation, Laser Pointer Marker, Instant Report
Measurement modes: up to 3 movable Spots, Area (Min/Max/Average), Auto Hot/Cold spot marker, Isotherm (Above/Below), Delta T
METERLiNK™ Bluetooth® Wireless communication
Wi-Fi Connectivity allows to send images and data to mobile devices
Thumbnail Image Gallery function allows quick search of stored images
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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