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FLIR relaunch the i-series in a new rugged design

FLIR Systems launches new FLIR i-Series 

More rugged and improved image quality for the same affordable price.

FLIR Systems wants to bring the advantages of thermal imaging cameras to as many users as possible. Therefore it is continuously introducing new and improved products to the market, at the best possible price. Today, FLIR Systems is launching improved versions of its successful FLIR i-Series thermal imaging cameras.

Industrial Version

The FLIR i-Series thermal imaging cameras are widely used for electrical and mechanical inspections. Electrical installations tend to heat before they fail. By detecting potential problem areas with a thermal imaging camera like the FLIR i-Series, installations can be inspected and breakdowns avoided. When going undetected these problems can even cause fire.

Building Version

The FLIR i-Series thermal imaging cameras are widely used for building inspections. Energy losses,
wet areas, mold build-up, leaks in roofs, underlying constructions, problems with HVAC installations,
it can all be seamlessly detected with the help of a thermal imaging camera.

Affordable price

FLIR i-series offer
Although all FLIR i-Series have been drastically improved, FLIR Systems is still marketing them at the same affordable prices as before. The entry model, FLIR i3, is available for only £ 895 (ex. VAT). Price is not an issue anymore to put the power of thermal imaging to work. The FLIR i3 is affordable for every electrician or building inspector.

Extremely rugged

Withstanding a 2 meter drop The new FLIR i-Series are meeting the requests of our demanding customers. The new FLIR i3, i5 and i7 are extremely rugged cameras. The thermal imaging cameras withstand a two meter drop. Users no longer have to be afraid of damaging their camera while working in harsh working environments. Dust and watersplashproof, the FLIR i-Series are IP43 rated.

Improved image quality

The FLIR i3 comes with the same image quality as before. It produces thermal images of 60x60 pixels. The image quality of the FLIR i5 and FLIR i7 has been improved. The FLIR i5 has a thermal image quality of 100 x 100 pixels. This is an image quality improvement of 56% in comparison with the former FLIR i5. The thermal image quality of the FLIR i7 is 140 x 140 pixels. This is an increase in resolution of 36%. More pixels allow the user to see more detail and to detect more thermal anomalies.

Outstanding ease-of-use

The FLIR i-Series are extremely easy-to-use. They have been especially designed for entry-level users. The fixed focus free lens makes using the new FLIR i3/i5/i7 a snap. The cameras produce thermal images in JPEG format that are stored on a removable SD card or on the camera’s internal memory. All temperature data are stored automatically together with the thermal image. Depending on the model, the camera comes with analysis tools like spotmeters, areas and isotherms.

FLIR Tools included
Every FLIR i-Series thermal imaging camera comes with FLIR Tools software.
FLIR Tools allows to import thermal images directly from the FLIR i-Series to a PC for basic reporting
and analysis of your findings.

Main features of FLIR Tools are:
• Import images from the thermal imaging camera to a PC
• Lay out, move and resize measurement tools on any thermal image
• Create PDF imagesheets of specific images
• Add headers, footers, and logos to reports
• Apply filters when searching for images

Users that need more reporting functionalities can choose FLIR Reporter software which is also
compatible with the new FLIR i-Series.

About thermal imaging

Thermal imaging is the use of cameras constructed with specialty sensors that "see" thermal energy
emitted from an object. Thermal, or infrared energy, is light that is not visible to the human eye
because its wavelength is too long to be detected. It's the part of the electromagnetic spectrum
that we perceive as heat. Infrared allows us to see what our eyes can not. Thermal imaging cameras
produce images of invisible infrared or "heat" radiation. Based on temperature differences between
objects, thermal imaging produces a clear image. It is an excellent tool for predictive maintenance,
building inspections, research & development and automation applications. It can see in total darkness,
in the darkest of nights, through fog, in the far distance, through smoke. It is also used for security and
surveillance, maritime, automotive, firefighting and many other applications.

For more information about the NEW FLIR i-series please contact us today.

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