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VOLUME -25 NUMBER 9
Publication Date: 09/1/2010
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FLIR Drops IR Camera Prices
Handheld infrared cameras.
Portland, OR — FLIR Systems has lowered prices for its popular FLIR i5 and FLIR i7 thermal imaging cameras. The new pricing makes the FLIR i7 the first infrared camera to meet the proposed RESNET thermal imaging inspection requirements for less than $2,000.

As the world?s largest manufacturer of thermal imagers, only FLIR is able to implement long-term reduced pricing by leveraging unrivaled manufacturing volume and decreased production costs.

The FLIR i5 and FLIR i7 shatter price/performance barriers as the most cost-effective thermal imaging cameras on the market. These affordable handheld units permit home inspectors, building inspectors, energy audit professionals, plant maintenance technicians, and water damage restoration specialists to upgrade their infrared cameras.

The FLIR i5/i7 IR cameras can be used confidently to quickly diagnose problems, improve efficiency, and ensure worker safety. Ergonomically lightweight by design, the rugged IR cameras are heavyweight performers. Both thermal imagers offer remarkable infrared image quality with 2 percent thermal accuracy, a large 2.8-in. (71mm) color display and 80 x 80 pixel resolution on the FLIR i5 or a RESNET-compliant 120 x 120 pixel resolution on the FLIR i7. The i5 offers a center-spot measurement mode and, for extensive analysis of job sites, the i7 adds two measurement modes: area (minimum/maximum), and isotherm (above/below).

Both IR cameras capture infrared images in the company's patented radiometric JPEG format which permits users to rely on only one image file both for temperature analysis and reporting as well as for easy sharing in e-mails, and MSWord documents.

Contact: FLIR, 285 Bear Hill Rd., Waltham, MA 02451-1064 781-890-7440 fax: 781-890-7864 Web:
http://www.flir.com

See at AATE/IPCMW Booth #4202.

 
 
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