FLIR E8 Infrared Camera

http://www.aikencolon.com/flir-e8-infrared-camera-thermography

The Flir E8 features 320 x 240 IR pixel resolution with MSX for greater detail in your thermal inspections.

The focus free lens & easy button navigation method to on screen saved JPEGS, imaging modes, settings and measurement tools make The E8 Thermal Imaging Camera is incredibly easy to use, even by pressing a single button with a gloved thumb. Also featured is an on screen center spot meter to measure temperatures & an area box function with an innovative automatic cold or hot spot which locates temperature extremes. The E6 also provides a blue (below) and red (above) color alarm which quickly alerts you about heat issues. You can also view MSX, visual, thermal images & simultaneously store them for later analysis with FLIR Tools software. The Innovative Picture-in-Picture mode inserts your thermal image on top of your visible light photo providing an extra valuable documentation option.

A Quick release, tool type Lithium-ion battery is easily removed, recharged and snapped back into place. Charge your battery in camera or use the charging station (optional) to stay up & running throughout the entire all day.

Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging makes infrared images much easier to interpret by combining visible light spectrum definition to your thermal images. It detects the object edges & includes the detail in your Thermography such as text labels and other identifiable markings so you know exactly what you are looking at. FLIR's exclusive functionality provides you with incredible thermal detail which will instantly orient and highlight problematic locations & eliminates wasted time that may have been spent referring back to your visual images for details.

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