Thermal Cameras

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FLIR Thermal Imaging Cameras

FLIR Distributor AustraliaReduction Revolution is an Authorised distributor of FLIR Systems Australia. We offer a wide range of FLIR Thermal Imaging Cameras for hire or purchase. We also offer a half-day FLIR official training course in thermography. If you need a FLIR product or accessory that is not listed here, please contact us.

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 Prices = On Special!

Model FLIR TG165 FLIR ONE Pro FLIR C2 FLIR C3
Price $525 ex GST $590 ex GST $840 ex GST $1,000 ex GST
Thermal Pixels 60x80 (4,800) 160x120 (19,200) 80x60 (4,800) 80x60 (4,800)
Sensitivity
0.15˚C
0.07˚C 0.1˚C
0.1˚C
Range
-25 to 380°C
-20 to 400°C -10 to 150°C
-10 to 150°C
Field of View 50° 55° x 43°
45˚
45˚
Wi-Fi - - -
Yes
Change Lenses - - - -
Visual & MSX - Yes
Yes
Yes
LED Light - -
Yes
Yes
Picture in Picture - - - -
Record Video - Yes - -

Model FLIR E5-XT FLIR E6-XT FLIR E8-XT FLIR E53
Price $2,150 ex GST $3,150 ex GST $4,695 ex GST $7,599 ex GST
Thermal Pixels 160x120 (19,200) 240x180 (43,200) 320x240 (76,800) 240x180 (43,200)
Sensitivity
0.1˚C
0.06˚C
0.05˚C
0.03˚C
Range
-20 to 400˚C
-20 to 550˚C
-20 to 550˚C
-20 to 650˚C
Field of View
45˚
45˚
45˚
24˚
Wi-Fi
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Change Lenses - - - -
Visual & MSX
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
LED Light - - -
Yes
Picture in Picture
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Record Video - - -
Yes

Model FLIR E75 FLIR E85 FLIR E95
Price $10,595 ex GST $13,395 ex GST $15,295 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

Thermal Imaging Camera Guide & Sample Images

The following guide shows how thermal resolution and other specifications impact on overall image quality. Please note that these images do not show specific mechanical or electrical faults.

For this demonstration we used the FLIR TG165, FLIR C2, and FLIR E8-XT thermal cameras. Note: the FLIR C3 has the same resolution as a FLIR C2.

Thermal imaging camera inspection of electrical components

FLIR's patented MSX technology overlays a visual image onto the thermal image. Notice how the use of MSX improves the thermal image quality on the C2 and E8-XT.

FLIR Thermal Sample Images - Electrical

As an example, the FLIR E5-XT is a very popular camera for electrical switchboard testing. It sits nicely between the C2 and E8 shown above in terms of image quality (and price).

Thermal camera images of hot water and air conditioning pipes

Keep in mind that all these example thermal camera images have been taken at close range (within a few metres). This highlights the need for a thermal camera such as the FLIR E8-XT (or higher) for jobs where you will not be so close to the inspection area. Many of our clients inspecting complex systems located more than several metres away choose the FLIR Exx range. These Exx cameras have higher thermal resolution and a narrower field of view. This allows them to measure temperature more accurately at a greater distance.

FLIR Thermal Camera Samples - Plumbing

Thermal IR images of LED downlights & ceiling

In the images below, notice how you can make out the three transformers in the roof lying next to the LED lights. This is despite the fact that the transformers are located behind the ceiling panels. As you can see, there is no sign of their presence in the visual image.

This demonstrates the true power of thermal imaging cameras to help you 'see the unseen'. Thermal cameras help identify issues that would otherwise remain invisible.

Another thing to note in these images is temperature accuracy. In this example, only the FLIR E8-XT shows an accurate temperature of the LED downlight. The TG165 and C2 thermal cameras both under-read the target temperature. This is because, for these cameras, the object is small and their resolution is not high enough to produce an accurate reading.

Thermal Imaging Examples - Lighting

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