Extra Lenses for FLIR Thermal Cameras
These high-quality lenses from FLIR are an optional extra for the following thermal imaging cameras:
- FLIR Exx Series - including our FLIR E76, FLIR E86 & FLIR E96 advanced thermal cameras, as well as the earlier models E75, E85 and E95.
- T5xx & T8xx Series - including the T530, T540, T560, T840, T865 T Series cameras.
- Axxx Series - including the A400 and A700 professional science kits.
Choose your preferred Lens option:
14˚ Telephoto Lens - This lens is often used for inspecting objects at a distance, such as power lines, manufacturing and mining equipment, etc.
24˚ Standard Lens - Unless otherwise specified, this lens is included with your FLIR Exx Series thermal camera. Its field of view is good for all-around versatility.
42˚ Wide Angle Lens - This lens is ideal for building inspections or other applications where a wider field of view is required.
2x Macro Lens - This lens is used by research, engineering, and product development teams. It provides a 2x magnification compared to the standard lens.
The above image shows the relative difference between the 42˚ Wide Angle Lens (left), 24˚ Standard Lens (middle), and 14˚ Telephoto Lens (right).
FLIR Lenses - Optical Specifications
|Option||Field of View (FoV)||Focal Length||Minimum Focus Distance|
||14˚ x 10˚||29mm||1m|
|24˚ Lens||24˚ x 18˚||17mm||15cm|
|42˚ Lens||42˚ x 32˚||10mm||15cm|
|2x Macro Lens||15˚ x 11˚||17.5mm||2cm|
FLIR Lenses - Other Specifications
|Package Contents||Lens, lens case, front lens cap, rear lens cap, and mounting instructions|
|Dimensions||46mm x 72mm|
|Part Numbers||T199588 (14 degree lens), T199589 (24 degree lens), T199590 (42 degree lens), T300238 (2x macro lens); 845188004422, 845188002688, 845188002671, 845188021481 (barcodes)|
Are these the latest 'AutoCal' auto-calibrating FLIR lenses?
Yes. All of the FLIR thermal cameras mentioned at the top of this page are compatible with these user-changeable AutoCal lenses.
With these lenses, your FLIR thermal camera automatically recognizes when a new lens is attached, launches a wizard, and begins auto-calibrating the camera with the lens. Unlike the 'good old days' - there is no need to send the camera in for a service to complete this task.
AutoCal ensures the camera always produces high-quality images and precise thermal measurements.
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