A FLIR E40 hand held imaging camera provides you with one of the top point-and-shoot infrared cameras on the market. It offers exceptional resolution for its price in comparison with others on the thermal imaging camera market. The FLIR E40 can therefore be used to take infrared photographs of objects from large distances whilst maintain a high degree of photo clarity.
FLIR E40 Kit includes
- FLIR E40 Thermal Imaging Camera
- FREE FLIR Guidebook
- Getting Started Guide
- FLIR Tools software
- Calibration certificate
- Hard transport case
- SD Memory Card
- Li-ion rechargeable batteries
- USB cable
- Video cable
- Hand strap
- Lens cap
- Power supply including multiplugs
- Warranty extension or Registration card
FLIR E40: Accurate Thermal Imaging
Whilst many thermal imaging photographs are taken of static or stationary objects, the FLIR E40 is ideal for infrared photography of moving parts or components. Real-time imaging at 60Hz allows you to capture moving parts clearly.
FLIR E40 Touchscreen Interface
Just like other infrared cameras within the FLIR E Series, the E40 thermal imaging camera boasts a responsive touchscreen which is fluid and very easy to use, giving you simple access to information without needing to work with tiny buttons. An intuitive interface makes full use of a 3.5” screen, so using the FLIR E40 is just as easy as using any touchscreen smartphone.
The FLIR E40 infrared camera easily connects to a variety of devices via Wi-Fi, including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. It’s easy to transfer data and images from the thermal camera to your mobile device: just install the brand new FLIR IR Viewer app from the Apple Store and you will be able to import your images for close-up and portable viewing of your thermal images, without unnecessarily carrying the camera around with you.
To enable you to make correct decisions, the FLIR E40 infrared camera works in conjunction with MeterLink test and measurement equipment. Wirelessly transfer important diagnostics information from Extech clamp meters to the FLIR E40 and analyse to support findings and help with decision-making.
Create Thermal Imaging Reports
The FLIR E40 thermal imaging camera allows to easily create profession infrared testing reports by using FLIR software.
10 Amazing Flir E40 Features
The Flir E40 is one of the lower specification cameras in the Flir E Series range but still has some exciting and interesting features which make it a camera worth considering. Take a look at the 10 features we think make the E40 a fantastic thermal camera.
- The Flir E40 comes with an integrated digital camera alongside its thermal imaging camera.
- It is capable of allowing annotations.
- A laser pointer shows the exact location of the temperature reading.
- The Flir E40 comes with an IR resolution of 160 x 120 pixels.
- Thermal sensitivity on this thermal imager is 70mK NETD.
- Meterlink allows data to be transferred via Bluetooth from a clamp meter or moisture meter.
- The temperature accuracy of the E40 is between -/+1%.
- The temperature range is from -20°C to +650°C.
- Flir’s reporting software is included.
- An easy to use touch-screen interface has been created to ensure simpler functionality.
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The Friendly Flir E40
We love the Flir E40 and think you will too when you read about the interesting features it comes with. It’s a lovely user friendly little model capable of much more than you would think at first glance.
The E40 provides good thermal resolution for the price of the camera and is an easy to use point and shoot imager, making it capable of producing great images whilst still being easy to use.
It is also possible to use the E40 to take infrared photographs of objects some distance away whilst maintaining high photo clarity. This ensures that distance images can be examined clearly and effectively.
Lots of people who buy the Flir E40 do so because of its ability to photograph moving parts or components at 60Hz without resulting in blurred images. This is fantastic if you have to inspect components which cannot be stopped for thorough examination; it means that these components can still receive a thermal inspection.
However, one of the most useful, yet simple, features of the E40, and all the other cameras in the E series, is its simple touch screen ability allowing quick and easy selections and eliminating the need for fiddly buttons.
This, alongside its Wi-Fi capability, makes the Flir E40 one of the most user friendly imagers around.
Take a closer look at the Flir E40 and discover its other amazing features.
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Annotations are available on this thermal camera. Please check the full thermal camera specification for whether text, sketch and/or voice annotations are available.
As well as a thermal image the FLIR E40 Thermal Camera can take a digital image. This helps when creating reports to show exactly where the problem area is and what it looks like.
The FLIR E40 Thermal Camera image resolution is 160 x 120 pixels. Every additional pixel means more valuable temperature information to isolate problem areas
See exactly where you are taking your temperature reading from with a laser pointer.
The FLIR E40 Thermal Camera has a thermal sensitivity of 70mK NETD. A lower mK value means a more accurate thermal camera.
Software is included for reporting functionality.
The FLIR E40 Thermal Camera can detect between -/+ 2% of the actual temperature.
This infrared camera has an accuracy of -20°C to +650°C. Electrical use thermal cameras tend to have the widest temperature range as they deal with the highest temperatures.
Transfer images wirelessly to a smart phone, iPhone, iPad or tablet PC.