The FLIR Exx series is built for professionals working in preventative maintenance, electrical and mechanical inspection, and building inspection. The FLIR Exx series comes in four models to suit your budget and technical requirements. The primary differences within the Exx Series are shown in the table below.
Continuous laser distance meter (LDM), one-shot LDM, one-shot contrast, manual
14°, 24°, 42°, macro (interchangeable)
Common use cases for the FLIR Exx cameras include:
Condition Monitoring - improve plant and equipment reliability and avoid unexpected downtime through routine inspection. Vibrant thermal images help thermal assessors spot overheating equipment so they can immediately diagnose the issue, begin repairs, and prevent failures.
Electrical & Power Generation - perform thorough surveys, prevent equipment failures, and maintain safety with regular inspections. The higher resolution detector of the E86 and E96 allow inspectors to stand at a safe distance when surveying potentially hazardous or high-temperature targets.
Building Inspection - improve energy efficiency and uncover insulation defects, roof leaks, HVAC deficiencies and more. Instead of wasting time hunting for the problem, users can quickly validate the need for repairs and demonstrate the extent of the damage to colleagues or clients through easily-to-interpret thermal images.
Get the latest FLIR E-Series stock:
The premium FLIR E-series has gone through numerous updates over several years. We only stock and sell FLIR's latest Exx models. Previous models include the E40, E50, E53, E60, E75, E85 and E95. Whilst those cameras were all excellent choices at the time, the latest models on this page have several improved features such as higher thermal resolution, UltraMax capabilities, and more.
If you're looking for another device, capability, or price point, see our complete range of thermal imaging cameras.