FLIR E40: Compact Thermal Imaging Camera
The FLIR E40 Compact Thermal Imaging Camera lets you troubleshoot more efficiently, create detailed reports easier, and share images and findings faster with FLIR’s latest E-Series thermal imagers. Featuring a fresh array of imaging, communication, and productivity tools to help you get more done in a day.
- FLIR Tools Mobile Communication – Stream live video with our Wi-Fi app, so others can watch along. Import radiometric JPEGs, adjust levels, add
measurement tools, then send images off in simple reports via email to expedite repair decisions.
- Superior Thermal Imaging – 19,200 pixels (160 × 120) for better long-range accuracy and the highest level of point & shoot camera IR resolution.
- MSX Thermal Image Enhancement – See numbers, labels and other key visual details not normally apparent in a regular thermal image.
- Onboard Digital Camera – 3.1MP resolution provides clear visible light reference pictures; includes built-in LED lamp plus a laser pointer to mark locations.
- Large Touchscreen with Auto-Orientation – The E-Series’ intuitive interface takes full advantage of the entire 3.5” display for easy access to diagnostics tools, measurement and other data overlays which stay upright no matter how you hold the camera.
- Picture-in-Picture – Overlay thermal images onto digital scenes for fast location and accurate documentation.
- Multiple Measurements – Add up to 3 box areas and 3 moveable spots using the touchscreen to gather more detailed temperature information.
- MeterLink® – Measure more than temperature. Send diagnostics data by Bluetooth from compatible clamp and moisture meters directly to E-Series
cameras to embed extra information into thermal images as you capture them.
- Interchangeable Lenses and Manual Focus– Optional wide-angle and telephoto optics let you capture more of a scene in one shot or get in
closer to measure smaller, distant targets. Full focus control helps you dial in the sharpest clarity and accuracy.
- High Temperature Range & Sensitivity – Measure hotter-running equipment with -4 to 1202°F (-20 to 650°C) detection range, and see subtler temperature patterns with <0.07°C sensitivity.