Those of you in the thermography field may already be familiar with the Flir E40, Flir E50 and Flir E60 and their wide assortment of useful and exciting features like Wi-Fi connection to the FLIR Tools Mobile App for re
What is an IR window? Basically it is a crystal lens that allows broadband infrared waves to pass through it (as well as visible light). The lens does not however allow electrical current to pass through.
This is a post about the benefits of owning a thermal camera if you are a homeowner or contractor doing some light energy efficiency work. The following is what I observed when using a Flir i5 here at the office.
Whether you’re a plant/building MRO professional, electrical or HVACR contractor, or a building inspector, FLIR’s i-Series infrared (IR) cameras allow you to see what you’ve been missing.
Previously on Brady’s blog… we discussed FLIR’s new “How to Choose” video series and looked at the i-series as it pertains to mechanical and electrical applications. This post is also on the i-series but takes a look at its features with an eye towards building and home inspection applications.
Today’s post is a buyer’s guide to the FLIR i-series cameras (the first in a series of six by me) and also a summary of the key points outlined in FLIR’s new “How to Choose” series of videos.