FLIR Exx Series - FLIR E40, E50 & E60 Thermal Imaging Cameras

FLIR E60 Thermal CameraThe FLIR Exx Series offers a number of premium features over the standard FLIR Ex Series cameras. These additional features include:

Wireless - wifi interface to your smart phone or tablet.

High Temp - measure up to 650˚C, with sensitivity < 0.05˚C.

Record Video - stream amazing thermal imaging videos.

Touch Screen - easier control and more measurement options.

Optics - optional changeable lenses and full manual focus control.



Full Feature Comparison & Pricing

List Price (ex GST) $5,595 $8,495 $11,100
IR Resolution

19,200 pixels

(160 x 120)

43,200 pixels

(240 x 180)

76,800 pixels

(320 x 240)

Sensitivity  < 0.7˚C  < 0.05˚C  < 0.05˚C
-20˚C to 650˚C
MSX 320 x 240 pixel MSX resolution (merges visual and thermal image)
Video 3.1 MP Camera with LED Lamp, MPEG4 Video Recording
Video Out Composite
Frame Rate 60Hz
Lenses Standard: 25˚, Optional: 15˚ Tele, 45˚ Wide
Zoom 2x Digital (E40), 4x Digital (E50 & E60)
Focus Manual
Screen 3.5 inch 320 x 240 colour LCD touch screen
Accuracy ±2% or ±2°C of reading
Radiometric JPG to SD Card, MPEG4 Video Recording
Battery Li ion, 4 hours operating time
Weight 825 grams
Warranty 10 Year Detector / 5 Year Battery / 2 Years Parts & Labour

Multiple Image Modes

Thermal Only (left); Thermal with MSX (middle); Picture-in-Picture (right)

FLIR Exx - Other Features

Other features of these Exx series cameras include:
  • Assign up to 3 moveable spot temperatures and 3 box areas to the one image.
  • Assign text and voice annotations.
  • Laser pointer and LED lamp.
  • WiFi to Apple and Android mobile devices. 

Auto Image Rotation

Wireless Communications

Optional Lens Accessories

Everything You Need Is Included

Each FLIR E-Series camera ships with the following additional items:

  • Sturdy carry case
  • Power supply/charger with three power plugs (AU, UK, EU)
  • Rechargeable lithium battery
  • Printed documentation including calibration certificate
  • Documentation CD
  • USB data cable

FLIR E40 E50 E60 Box

Additional Parts & Accessories

A range of optional parts and accessories are also available. These include:

  • 1196961 - 15° Lens (15°, f=30mm) With Case
  • 1196960 - 45° Lens (45°, f=10mm) With Case
  • T199235 - High-temperature lens
  • T198125 - Battery Charger
  • T910814 - Power Supply, including multiple plugs
  • T198509 - Cigarette lighter adapter kit, 12 VDC, 1.2 m
  • T198487 - Spare Battery
  • 1910423 - USB Cable Std A to Mini B
  • 1910582ACC - Video Cable
  • T198485 - Sunshield
  • T198486 - Tripod Adapter
  • T198484 - Pouch Case for Exx Series

Other Options?

The FLIR Exx Series cameras described on this page are a premium offering from FLIR. If you don't need all the features outlined above you might like to consider the FLIR E4, E5, E6 or E8 Cameras or our Thermal Camera Hire.

FLIR Ex Series - Documentation & Software

For more information:

FLIR Thermal Imaging GuidebookFREE BONUS RESOURCE!

Thermal Imaging Guidebook for Building & Renewable Energy Applications: click here to download (2.8MB PDF).

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