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FLIR E54 Advanced Thermal Camera with MSX

FLIR E54 Advanced Thermal Camera with MSX

The FLIR E54 is your entry into the Exx-Series, offering the resolution and sensitivity you need for basic condition monitoring, electrical/mechanical inspection, and building inspection. The 320 × 240 pixel thermal detector accurately measures temperatures up to 650 °C (1202 °F) and produces crisp, vibrant imagery, which can be enhanced with patented FLIR MSX® for added detail and perspective.

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See the E54 in action

FLIR E54

Quick Specs:

  • Accuracy: ±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading
  • Detector Type: Uncooled microbolometer, 17µm
  • Field of view (FOV): 24° × 18°
  • Image Storage Mode: infrared, visual, MSX, Picture-in-picture, Gallery
  • IR Resolution: 320 × 240
  • Laser Pointer: Yes
  • Object Temperature Range: -20°C to 120°C (-4°F to 248°F) 0°C to 650°C (32°F to 1202°F)
  • Compass GPS: Yes; automatic GPS image tagging
  • Communication: USB 2.0, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DisplayPort

Available through 12/31/2021, save 20% on the FLIR E54! Promotional price: $3,995 (was $5,099). Contact us now to order.

The communication interfaces allow you to upload images and data to the FLIR Tools app over Wi-Fi, for instant sharing and reporting.

The E54’s spot-size ratio allows you to take the most accurate temperature readings on smaller targets, at farther distances.

The E54 measures up to 650°C (1200°F), offers 3 spot meters and displays the max/min temperature within an area live, on-screen.

E54 features like customizable work folders, a built-in mic for voice annotation, and report generation all help streamline your workday.

**DISCLAIMER: Our products are not used to diagnose coronavirus. FLIR is not advertising our cameras for use in the medical industry or for medical purposes. Our products can identify individuals in a population that show higher than average temperature in relation to a sample population. Our cameras do not find individuals experiencing coronavirus symptoms. There is no way to thermally detect an infected individual who doesn’t have an elevated body temperature and only a licensed medical professional can determine if a “hot” individual is experiencing an abnormal medical condition.

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