FLIR i-Series Thermal Cameras

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FLIR i3, i5, i7 Thermal Imaging Cameras – CES 2013

The FLIR booth is always an interesting visit at the Consumer Electronics Show. This year was no exception, as we got a look at their new iSeries Thermal Cameras. It’s a pretty impressive lineup with 3 different models from which to choose.

Thermal Imaging Camera Uses

Imaging devices like these are often used by maintenance professionals, home inspectors, and tradesman for spotting a variety of problems and needed repairs in structures. Using temperature fluctuations in walls, rooms and spaces can reveal overheated electrical circuits, mechanical problems, moisture damage and other possible trouble spots not seen with the naked eye.

FLIR i-series

The i-Series features easy to navigate menus and high-resolution screens for easy readings.

FLIR i-Series Features

From the manufacturer:

  • Thousands of temperature measurements in one image.
  • Outstanding Accuracy (+/- 2% or 2˚C)
  • Rugged design.
  • Expanded range of resolutions.
  • Extended warranties.
  • Affordable pricing.
FLIR i-series

FLIR adds the convenience of USB support and SD capability to the i-Series.

We were impressed with the quality of the displayed image on each unit. Resolution differs on each model, from 3600 pixels in the i3 to over 19,000 pixels in the i7 model. Of course, they’re priced accordingly, but the bottom line is that these tools are just fun to use.

FLIR i-Series in Action

Take a look at the video preview below and see just how cool these thermal imaging cameras from FLIR look and incredibly useful they can be.

FLIR I-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras

i3-Check price/availability on Amazon: CLICK HERE

i5-Check price/availability on Amazon: CLICK HERE

i7-Check price/availability on Amazon: CLICK HERE

For more information from FLIR: CLICK HERE

 

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