The FLIR Ex series cameras are point-and-shoot infrared cameras that give you access to the infrared world. A FLIR Ex series camera is an affordable replacement for an infrared thermometer, providing a thermal image with temperature information in every pixel. The new MSX and visual formats make the cameras incomparably easy to use.
The FLIR Ex series cameras are user-friendly, compact, and rugged, for use in harsh environments. The wide field of view makes them the perfect choice for building applications.
- Easy to use: The FLIR Ex series cameras are fully automatic and focus-free with an intuitive interface for simple measurements in thermal, visual, or MSX mode.
- Compact and rugged: The FLIR Ex series cameras’ low weight of 0.575 kg and the accessory belt pouch make them easy to bring along at all times. Their rugged design can withstand a 2 m drop test, and ensures reliability, even in harsh environments.
- Ground breaking affordability: The FLIR Ex series cameras are the most affordable infrared cameras on the market.
|Imaging and optical data|
|IR resolution||120 × 90 pixels|
|Thermal sensitivity/NETD||<0.10°C (0.27°F) / <100 mK|
|Field of view (FOV)||45° × 34°|
|Minimum focus distance||0.5 m (1.6 ft.)|
|Spatial resolution (IFOV)||6.9 mrad|
|Image frequency||9 Hz|
|Detector type||Focal plane array, uncooled microbolometer|
|Display||3.0 in. 320 × 240 color LCD|
|Image adjustment||Automatic adjust/lock image|
|Image modes||Thermal MSX, Thermal, Picture-in-Picture, Thermal blending, Digital camera.|
|Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX)||IR image with enhanced detail presentation|
|Picture-in-Picture||IR area on visual image|
|Camera temperature range||–20 to 250°C (–4 to 482°F)|
|Object temperature range and accuracy (for ambient temp. 10 to 35°C (50 to 95°F) and object temp. above 0°C (32°F))||0 to 100°C (32 to 212°F): ±2°C (±3.6°F)
100 to 250°C (212 to 482°F): ±2%
|Area||Box with max./min.|
|Isotherm||Above alarm, Below alarm|
|Emissivity correction||Variable from 0.1 to 1.0|
|Emissivity table||Emissivity table of predefined materials|
|Reflected apparent temperature correction||Automatic, based on input of reflected temperature|