The FLIR Cx5 is a Intrinsically safe thermal camera that is certified for use in many explosive environments, making it ideal for inspection and surveys in hazardous locations. With its affordable price tag and housed in a ATEX / IECEX explosive case, this thermal imager is a great tool for industries with explosive atmospheres including chemical, oil and gas, and wastewater treatment facilities. The Cx5’s T-Class surveys make it quick and easy to use, eliminating the need to acquire hot work permits, making it a safer option for inspections in hazardous locations.
The FLIR Cx5 is a truly versatile device. Not only can it be used as a thermal camera to detect temperature differences in the environment around you (160 x 120 resolution), but it can also be used as a digital camera with its impressive 5MP image quality. With adjustable emissivity settings, this device provides accurate temperature readings and enhanced color palettes to better reveal heat sources.
With a 160 x 120 resolution, it provides accurate temperature measurement of nearby targets. The 3.5-inch touchscreen interface is simple to use, and the built-in FLIR Ignite™ cloud service provides direct data transfer, storage, and backup. So you can be confident that your images are always available and easy to share. The FLIR Cx5 is ideal for investigating mechanical and electrical equipment around your production site.
INSPECT SAFELY IN EXPLOSIVE ENVIRONMENTS
- Use FLIR MSX to safely investigate potential problems from a distance using thermal imaging with 160×120 true resolution and 1-Touch Level/Span.
RUGGED, RELIABLE, AND CERTIFIED
- The Cx5 is a safe and efficient alternative to hot work permits in hazardous locations, meeting gas, vapor and dust, and it conforms to restricted breathing and dust protection standards.
UPLOAD AND SHARE DATA INSTANTLY
- With FLIR Ignite™, you can wirelessly upload and share data, images, and files to the cloud. You can also synchronize the camera with FLIR Thermal Studio software for thermography analysis and report generation.