Thermal Cameras

FLIR Thermal Imaging Cameras Australia

Reduction Revolution is a national distributor for FLIR Systems Australia. We offer a wide range of FLIR Thermal Imaging Cameras, accessories and software for purchase. If you need a FLIR product or accessory that is not listed here, please contact us.

FLIR Thermal Camera Australia

All thermal cameras purchased online from Reduction Revolution come with a FLIR Australia warranty. This includes a minimum two-year warranty on all thermal cameras and up to 10-years on the thermal detector.

Thermal Camera Specifications Explained

Thermal imaging camera specifications are a bit overwhelming if you are not familiar with them. Here are some of the key specifications to look out for when purchasing a thermal camera:

Thermal Imaging Camera Resolution

Thermal or infrared resolution refers to the amount of detail captured by the thermal detector. Thermal camera resolution is expressed in pixel dimensions like '160 x 120'. This means the thermal detector has an array of 160 x 120 sensors or pixels to create its baseline thermal image. In general, a higher thermal resolution provides more clarity, so more is better.

Thermal camera thermal resolution

As thermal resolution increases, thermal camera images gain clarity (and cost!). Note these images show a raw thermal image before any image enhancements have been applied.

Thermal Camera Sensitivity

Thermal sensitivity defines the minimum temperature difference a thermal camera can detect. It is also called the Noise Equivalent Temperature Difference (NETD). In this case, a low number is better for most applications. For example, pest control or building inspectors gain performance with a lower thermal sensitivity. This is because the temperature differences between building elements with issues, such as higher moisture content, can be quite small. On the other hand, if your work involves detecting very large temperature changes, then thermal sensitivity is less important.

Thermal Camera Field of View (FoV)

The thermal camera lens determines the field of view. It describes the angle at which a camera displays a given scene. Most entry-level thermal cameras have a fairly wide field of view. This makes them most suited to thermal inspections conducted relatively close to their subject. They can still see far into the distance - they are just less accurate than a narrow field of view at measuring something that is further away.

Thermal Camera Field of View

Field of View is the angle of the thermal camera's lens. Instantaneous Field of View describes the dimensions of one thermal pixel in your target scene.

Infrared Camera Temperature Range

Temperature range or scale is the range of temperatures the thermal camera is calibrated for and capable of measuring. It's particularly important to check if you are measuring high temperatures such as boilers, kilns, or furnaces.

The FLIR Thermal Camera Difference

As is often the case with specifications, taken on their own they often don't tell the full story. Here are some ways that our FLIR cameras exceed the performance of other brands that may appear to have similar specifications.

FLIR Camera MSX Image Enhancement

FLIR's Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging or MSX technology blends a base thermal image with a visual image. This creates a much better-defined thermal image with clean edges. It also allows for details such as numbers written on an electrical switchboard to become readable on the thermal image. All of the FLIR thermal cameras we sell now incorporate this important feature.

FLIR Thermal Camera MSX Image

FLIR's MSX technology greatly improves the quality of your saved thermal images.

FLIR Thermal Imaging Camera Clarity & Quality

A more subtle attribute of FLIR thermal cameras is the quality of their thermal images. FLIR is the industry leader of thermal detectors, and this shows when you review the images produced by other cameras. We recently reviewed the SEEK thermal range and found the images to be grainy and hard to interpret when compared with FLIR images of the same items.

FLIR Thermal Cameras - Comparison of Key Features

The following tables provide an overview of the FLIR thermal cameras in our range. Click on a specific model name at the top of each section to view all specifications. Red = On Sale.

Model FLIR TG165-X FLIR ONE Pro FLIR TG267 FLIR C5
Price $599 ex GST $575 ex GST $750 ex GST $1,195 ex GST
Thermal Pixels 60x80 (4,800) 160x120 (19,200)
160x120 (19,200)
160x120 (19,200)
Sensitivity
0.07˚C
0.07˚C
0.07˚C
0.07˚C
Range
-25 to 300°C
-20 to 400°C -25°C to 380°C -20 to 400°C
Field of View 51° × 66° 55° x 43° 57° × 44° 54˚
Wi-Fi - - -
Yes
Change Lenses - - - -
Visual & MSX
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
LED Light
Yes
-
Yes
Yes
Picture in Picture - - -
Yes
Record Video - Yes - -

Model FLIR E5-XT FLIR E6-XT FLIR E8-XT
Price $2,150 ex GST $3,150 ex GST $4,695 ex GST
Thermal Pixels 160x120 (19,200) 240x180 (43,200) 320x240 (76,800)
Sensitivity
0.1˚C
0.06˚C
0.05˚C
Range
-20 to 400˚C
-20 to 550˚C
-20 to 550˚C
Field of View
45˚
45˚
45˚
Wi-Fi
Yes
Yes
Yes
Change Lenses - - -
Visual & MSX
Yes
Yes
Yes
LED Light - - -
Picture in Picture
Yes
Yes
Yes
Record Video - - -

Model FLIR E75 FLIR E85 FLIR E95
Price $9,995 ex GST $12,995 ex GST $14,995 ex GST
Thermal Pixels 320x240 (76,800) 384x288 (110,592) 464x348 (161,472)
Sensitivity
0.03˚C
0.03˚C
0.03˚C
Range -20 to 650˚C
-20 to 1,200˚C
-20 to 1,500˚C
Field of View
14˚ 24˚ or 42˚
14˚ 24˚ or 42˚
14˚ 24˚ or 42˚
Wi-Fi
Yes
Yes
Yes
Change Lenses
Yes
Yes
Yes
Visual & MSX
Yes
Yes
Yes
LED Light
Yes
Yes
Yes
Picture in Picture
Yes
Yes
Yes
Record Video
Yes
Yes
Yes

Ready to order? Return to the top of this page and click on your preferred thermal camera. Order online to get the best price and fastest service.

Looking for infrared training? See our free thermography training & online training courses.

Need some inspiration? See our blog post covering a wide range of infrared camera uses.

Still not sure what you need? Please contact us if you have any questions.

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