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E6-XT Infrared Camera

The FLIR E6-XT infrared camera is the perfect tool for diagnosing electrical, mechanical, and building problems, thanks to its 43.200 (240 × 180) pixel infrared detector and expanded, -20°C to 550°C (-4°F to 1022°F) temperature range. FLIR MSX® image enhancement provides extraordinary thermal imaging detail. At the same time, the built-in Wi-Fi allows users to quickly connect with the FLIR Tools® Mobile app for sharing images and sending reports easily from any location.

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Field of view (FOV) 45° × 34°
IR Resolution 240 × 180 pixels
Object Temperature Range –20°C to 550°C (-4°F to 1022°F) in two ranges
Thermal Sensitivity/NETD <0.06°C (0.11°F) / <60 mK
Image color Black and gray
Spatial resolution (IFOV) 3.4 mrad

The FLIR E6-XT infrared camera is the perfect tool for diagnosing electrical, mechanical, and building problems, thanks to its 43.200 (240 × 180) pixel infrared detector and expanded, -20°C to 550°C (-4°F to 1022°F) temperature range. FLIR MSX® image enhancement provides extraordinary thermal imaging detail. At the same time, the built-in Wi-Fi allows users to quickly connect with the FLIR Tools® Mobile app for sharing images and sending reports easily from any location.

Download standard JPEGS, create reports and share what you’ve found via a Wi-Fi connection to the FLIR Tools Mobile app. The FLIR E6-XT infrared camera is lightweight and well-balanced, the E6-XT has an IP54 enclosure and easily withstands a 2-meter drop test.

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Erik-Jan Visser

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