If the FLIR Ex Series is the BMW of thermal imagers, then the FLIR Exx Series is their Ferrari.
Every model in this series uses top-notch engineering, delivers high quality images and offers a wide range of the latest features.
The FLIR Exx series is the perfect thermal camera for a WiFi connected team who needs the highest-quality thermal images - as long as that doesn't include video.
- Home projects
- Preventative maintenance
The FLIR Exx Series imagers are full of features that you won’t find elsewhere in their lines. Here are some of the ones that they share.
All of the imagers in the Exx Series utilize a vibrant 3.5 inch LCD touchscreen that offers a choice of physical buttons as well. Focusing is manually done, and you also have the option to acquire interchangeable tele and wide lenses to use with the included 25° standard lens, giving you several options when it comes to capturing the perfect image.
Each model weighs just 1.82 lbs, and has a temperature range of -4°F to 1,202°F. If you are around high heat, you need one of these imagers.
If you have a smartphone you know how this works If you rotate the imager, the screen rotates with it, giving you instant versatility when you need to go wide or tall for your shot.
Picture-in-picture is standard on each model as well, along with 3.1 MP video capability. Zooming is an included feature that increases in depth with the E50 and E60. Files are saved in JPEG or MPEG 4 format to the included SD card for either instant or future transferring.
The Exx Series comes with wi-fi connectivity to Apple and Android mobile devices for real-time streaming to separate devices, while MeterLinking can read real-time electrical data from other compatible devices. As always, FLIR Tools software has everything you need for post-processing and image analysis.
The wi-fi connectivity is especially useful for showing both clients and supervisors your findings as you see them. This can cut out a lot of steps and back and forth file sharing on the spot.
It’s honestly very hard to find any fault with these infrared imagers. If anything, the temperature range could be even higher, but the 1,202°F limit should be plenty for the vast majority of users.
The high price can be a turnoff for some as well.
- Resolution: 160 x 120 - 320 x 240
- Video: 3.1 MP
- Temperature Range: -4°F to 1,202°F
- Weight: 1.82 lbs.
- Sensitivity: <0.07°C - 0.05°C
The Exx Series doesn’t mess around. If you regularly deal with large-scale facilities and need to perform constant routine maintenance while communicating your findings to several other people on the spot, you need an Exx Series imager.
Buy an Exx Series thermal imager if you are serious about quality, durability, and features, and have the budget to accommodate it.