The FLIR E76 Thermal Imaging Camera provides complete coverage of near and far targets through a range of interchangeable AutoCal™ lenses, with fields of view for everything from wide-angle roof inspections to electrical inspections, all performed from a safe distance.
It comes with one of the following lenses (please specify) which is applicable to your application. Extra lenses can be purchased separately to increase the versatility of your camera
It comes equipped with an optional temperature range to 1000°C, laser-assisted autofocus, and three area measurement boxes, along with a 320 x 240 thermal resolution to produce crisp, vibrant imagery that can be enhanced with MSX® technology for added detail and perspective. The onboard Inspection Route feature runs pre-planned survey routes to help inspectors stay organized when surveying large or multiple locations.
Improve energy efficiency and discover insulation voids, roof leaks, HVAC deficiencies and more. Instead of wasting time hunting for the problem, users can quickly validate the need for comprehensive repairs and demonstrate the extent of the damage through easily-interpreted thermal images.
Improve plant reliability and avoid unexpected downtime through routine inspection with a rugged, handheld camera. Vibrant thermal images help manufacturing and facilities inspectors spot overheating equipment so they can immediately diagnose the issue, begin repairs, and prevent equipment failures.
Pre-planned routes can improve survey efficiencies, helping users inspect dozens of electrical and mechanical targets in a logical manner and maintain organized inspection data and reports. The camera makes this possible through the built-in Inspection Route mode.
Inspection Route runs a pre-defined list of targets that are organized for maximum efficiency. This list is first created in Thermal Studio Pro (sold separately) using the FLIR Route Creator plugin and then downloaded to the camera.
By ensuring that nothing is missed and that all inspection results are organized from the start, this suite of inspection software speeds up surveys, improves organization, and simplifies reporting.
FLIR E76 (with 24° lens) Specification
|IR Resolution||320 x 240 pixels|
|Resolution with UltraMax Enhancement||307,200 pixels|
|MSX Image Enhancement||Yes: details from visual camera add depth and perspective|
|Built-in Visual Camera||5 MP, fixed focus, with built-in LED light|
|Thermal Sensitivity||<30 mK at 30°C|
|Temperature Range||-20 to 120°C
0 to 650°C
|Accuracy||±3.6°F (±2°C) or ±2% of the reading|
|Focus Modes||Continuous laser distance meter (LDM), one-shot LDM, one-shot contrast, manual|
|Digital Zoom||1 to 4x continuous|
|Measurement Tools||3 spot meters in live mode, 3 area meters in live mode|
|Measurement Presets||None, center spot, hot spot, cold spot, User Presets 1 and 2|
|Lens Identification||Automatic (FLIR AutoCal)|
|On-Camera Routing Software||FLIR Inspection Route enabled|
|On-Camera Report Building||Voice annotation and GPS tagging to images and video; on-screen text; sketch on infrared images from touchscreen|
|FLIR Software Integration||FLIR Thermal Studio Starter, FLIR Thermal Studio (optional), FLIR Thermal Studio Pro (optional), FLIR Research Studio (optional)|
|Communication Modes||USB 2.0, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DisplayPort|
|Display||640 x 480 pixels (VGA)|
|Drop Testing||2 metre|
|Battery Operation Time||>2.5 hours, typical use|
|Dimensions||279.4 x 116.84 x 111.76 mm|