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FLIR E75 Thermal Imaging Camera, 320 x 240 with 42° Lens

Model: 78503-0101 | Order No: E75-42

FLIR E75 Thermal Imaging Camera, 320 x 240 with 42° Lens-

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Featuring interchangeable lenses that auto-calibrate with the camera, as well as a vibrant 4" touchscreen with scratch-resistant Dragontrail™ cover glass and a fast and responsive interface.

Minimum Advertised Price $6999.00 USD
Availability 2 to 3 Weeks
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FLIR E75 Offers

AutoCal™

Featuring interchangeable telephoto lenses (24°, 42°, 14°) that can be set up to auto-calibrate with the camera for quick swapping in the field with little down time and no need to send to the factory.

Vibrant 4" Optically-Bonded PCAP Touchscreen

A brighter and larger display with auto-rotation helps you clearly see small details even before you look at your report.

Fast & Responsive Interface

A fast and responsive interface allows for ease of use and the improved organization and reporting options makes diagnosing your reports easy.

Expandable and Modular

Not every target is the same size out in the field. The interchangeable lenses (14°, 24°, 42°) will allow you to get the shot you need with the same camera for every situation. From wide angle to telephoto, the lenses offer complete coverage of near and far targets. Each lens can be set up to auto-calibrate with the camera for quick swapping in the field with little down time and no need to send to the factory.

The camera produces radiometric JPEGs that can be opened in your own software. No need for a proprietary one. The images are supported by FLIR's Strategic Developers Kit (ATLAS SDK). This enables companies to use their own CMMs. With their own CMMs they can store and pull measurements from thermal images. Other information stored in the image are also accessible like GPS, compass, current and voltage measurements.

Work Safer

Your job can take you into all kinds of different places and positions. With the simple buttons and being lightweight using the camera in one hand is easy. If you are in a dark space the large and bright LED screen will allow you to clearly see what your investigating.

Document Problems Quickly and Easily

Report problems in building structures for insurance claims, pre-insurance audits, and building inspections. The Exx-Series improves plant safety by helping you diagnose and report electrical problems before they result in fire or damage.

Improve Plant Reliability

Equipment failures are costly and can impact on time delivery, so it's important to have the right tools to find potential problems before they happen.

Navigate Screens Easier
  • Rapid-response touch screen with intuitive gestures
  • Updated GUI with improved flow and feedback
  • Logical navigation on screen and in menus
Report Problems Quickly
  • New folder and naming structure makes finding images easier
  • Streamlined reporting features
  • Automatic GPS tagging and compass help identify locations
  • Wi-Fi connects camera to mobile devices or in-plant networks to notify your team immediately of your findings
Laser-assisted Autofocus

Laser focus has a dual trigger allowing a more intuitive focus to happen before capturing the image.

More Features
  • METERLiNK® connectivity
  • Wide temperature range -20 to 120°C (-4 to 248°F) / 0 to 650°C (32 to 1200°F)
  • Built-in voice annotation
  • Detect temperature differences down to 30 mK
  • MSX® image enhancement adds the depth and detail to image
  • High-resolution infrared detectors, up to 320 x 240, for crisp, detailed images
  • Superior spot-size performance for accurate temperature measurements on smaller, more distant targets
  • Rugged, water-tight chassis and scratch-resistant Dragontrail™ cover glass
  • Sensitive enough to clearly identify hidden building deficiencies
  • Improved HD pixel density
  • Exceptional noise performance
Applications
  • Overheating joints and parts before they can interrupt your operations or create safety hazards
  • Prevent unscheduled shutdowns
  • Scan large areas and hundreds of connections quickly and efficiently to prevent unexpected service outages and lost revenues
  • Locate Water Damage
  • Locate Water & Heat Leaks
  • Home Inspections
Sleek Design

FLIR E75 Specifications

IR Resolution 320 x 240 (76,800 pixels)
Object Temperature Range -20 to 120°C (-4 to 248°F)
0 to 650°C (32 to 1200°F)
Spotmeter 1 in live mode
Detector Type and Pitch Uncooled microbolometer, 17 µm
Thermal Sensitivity/NETD < 0.03°C @ 30°C (86°F)
Spectral Range 7.5 - 14.0 µm
Image Frequency 30 Hz
Field of View (FOV) 42° x 32° (10 mm lens),
24° x 18° (17 mm lens),
14° x 10° (29 mm lens)
Display 4", 640 x 480 optically-bonded PCAP touchscreen, with 400 cd/m2 surface brightness
Picture-in-Picture Resizable and movable
MSX® Embosses visual details on full resolution thermal image
UltraMax™ Super-resolution process quadruples pixel count, activated in FLIR Tools+
Accuracy ±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading for ambient temperature 15 to 35°C (59 to 95°F) and object temperature above 0°C (32°F)
Battery Operating Time Approximately 2.5 hours at 25°C (77°F) ambient temperature and typical use
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How to Choose the Right Lens for Your T5xx & Exx Series Thermal Imaging Cameras

Expert advice from a Level 3 Thermographer

Flir System Exx Lens

Today’s customers get to choose between 14, 24 or 42 degree lenses, but the question is… what to choose? We can help!

Here you’ll find a gathering of various building component or electrical component images that I have taken as well as my guidelines for each type of inspection.

The 24˚ lens is an excellent in-between option, however I feel the 42˚ lens will be the better choice for most applications.

Residential Building Inspections
If your main focus is residential building inspections your best bet would be the 42˚ lens. Given that you can see wider at a shorter distance and typically you don’t require the longer distance.

Commercial Building Inspections
Image taken with a 42 degree Lens
Image Taken with 42° Lens

In these applications the distance is longer and it’s important to take this into consideration. Ideally if you’re prepared to invest in more than one lens, my recommendation would be the 42˚ and 14˚ lenses. Since you will need to carry out both short distance audits and long distance audits. If you’re only interested in buying one lens, then the 24˚ lens is the best choice.

For Electrical Contractors
If your main focus is the inside of homes and buildings the 24˚ or 42˚ are both great choices. Generally indoor measurements are taken up close and the benefit of a great distance is not necessary. If your measurements are almost always outside the best lens for you is the 14˚ or 24˚. These options give you more distance allowing you to measure electrical components from a longer distance.

If your are working with IR windows on your electrical cabinet 42˚ lens would be your go to. Given that you need to be up close and personal with the windows so the shorter distance lens is the way you want to go.

For Mechanical Inspectors
When inspecting motors as mechanics you need to be up close however you require a wide scope as well to get all the aspects of the motor. The 42˚ lens is ideal for inspecting motors especially when working on installations specifically between the walls and equipment as well as you’re working in a very narrow space. Do you ever work with steam traps? If yes, you should consider adding the 14˚ lens. This is the ideal lens if you have steam traps located near the sealing and want to inspect them from a distance, in order to get all the data you need.

For Electronic Board Inspections
Working with small objects can be tricky with thermal imagers. The T5xx cameras offer the Macro mode as an option to the 24° lens which allows the user to have the added benefit of a macro lens with a standard lens, making it a lot easier to see the fine details of small objects

For Computer Room Mappings
Image taken with a 42 degree Lens
Image Taken with 42° Lens

Give the often short distances available to get the full span of shelves in computer rooms the 42˚ lens is the best choice, as you can see a 19” shelf at a short distance.

For Process Monitoring
In manufacturing facilities the 42˚ lens is the go to lens because it’s often difficult to get the chance to take a couple of steps back and get a good image.

A final note, doubling the resolution is ideal for any application, by using the E95 or T540 over the E75 or T530 you get almost equivalent pixel resolution using a 42˚ lens over the 24˚ lens. Example at a 5 meter distance the IFOV (size of one pixel) will be 6.60 mm (E75-24) & 7.81mm (E95-42). It is almost like having 2 lenses in one.

What's in the box with the FLIR E75

  • Thermal imager with 42° lens
  • Front lens and light protection
  • Straps (hand and wrist)
  • Lanyards
  • Lens caps (front and rear)
  • Lens cleaning cloth
  • 15 W3 A power supply
  • 8 GB SD card
  • Torx screwdriver
  • Cables
    • USB 2.0 A to USB Type-C
    • USB Type-C to HDMI
    • USB Type-C to USB Type-C
  • Battery (2 each)
  • Battery charger with power supply
  • Printed documentation

FLIR E75 Videos

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FLIR EXX-14-LENS Interchangeable Lens, 14° EXX-14-LENS
Auto-calibrates using AutoCal™ with the camera for quick swapping in the field with little down time and no need to send to the factory.




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FLIR EXX-24-LENS Interchangeable Lens, 24° EXX-24-LENS
Auto-calibrates using AutoCal™ with the camera for quick swapping in the field with little down time and no need to send to the factory.




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