FLIR (Portland, OR) has unveiled three distinct thermal imaging product lines for every budget. The FLIR i3 is a sub-$1,200 point-and-shoot infrared camera, and is an affordable upgrade from single-spot infrared thermometers or “temperature guns” with numerical readouts. It offers a 60 x 60 pixel resolution and 2 percent thermal accuracy, according to the company. The E-series range consists of four different cameras with a mix of features, such as 320 x 240 resolution, <0.05°C thermal sensitivity, 4x digital zoom, and more. Finally, the T620 and T640 offers a 640 x 480 pixel resolution, a 4.3” screen, and a 5 MP digital camera.
Check out www.FLIR.com to get additional information on all the product lines.