The FLIR E50 thermal camera is an easy to use, accurate and practical infrared camera. With a range of great features that make both taking and analysing thermal imaging photographs simple, you will be able to capture all manner of infrared photographs in no time.
FLIR E50 Thermal Imaging Camera includes
- FLIR E50 includes
- FLIR Thermal Imaging Guidebook
- Getting Started Guide
- Hard transport case
- Li-ion rechargeable battery
- Hand strap
- Calibration certificate
- FLIR software
- SD Memory Card
- Lens cap
- USB cable
- Video cable
- Power supply including multiplugs
- Warranty extension or Registration card
Precise Thermal Imaging
Operating at 60Hz, the FLIR E50 infrared camera allows you to capture moving parts without blurring – ideal for small components. This thermal imaging camera will give clear and precise thermal images at a range of distances and of a variety of subjects.
Touchscreen Infrared Camera
A large touchscreen makes using the FLIR E50 a breeze. A 3.5” screen is put to good use, with the intuitive design interface making great use of the large screen, allowing you to use the instrument with ease thanks to its considered menu design and layout.
Effortless Data Transfer
The FLIR E50 uses Wi-Fi to connect with a range of other devices so that you can easily transfer data and images from your thermal imaging test work. Use the simple Wi-Fi connection to send images to an iPod Touch, iPad or iPhone for analysis on the go. The best part of this is that you can leave your thermal imaging camera in a safe place without needing to transport it whilst still being able to view your thermal photographs. You can also transfer data to Extech clamp meters (which are MeterLink enabled) which allows you to annotate thermal images to back up your recommendations and analysis.
Thermal Imaging Reporting
Using FLIR software, you can present your findings in professional thermal imaging reports. These reports can contain both images and date from your infrared camera.
10 Reasons to Love the Flir E50
The E50 thermal imager from Flir is a fantastic camera for a wide range of applications and uses. It has been well designed and would make a great addition to any toolbox, providing detailed thermal images and professional reports.
Here are the ten best reasons we think you will love the Flir E50 as much as we do.
- It’s very easy to use.
- And is an accurate and practical imager.
- 60Hz operation allows the capture of moving parts without blurring.
- A digital camera is included alongside the thermal camera.
- The IR resolution is 240x180 pixels.
- Software for creating reports is included.
- The temperature range is between -20°C to +650°C.
- Wifi connectivity to transfer images wirelessly is inbuilt.
- The thermal sensitivity is 50mK NETD.
- Annotations are available on this camera model.
So if you’re thinking about adding a thermal camera to your toolbox, look closer at the Flir E50, you might be surprised at what you discover.
Why the Flir E50?
Sometimes it’s difficult to clearly see which thermal camera is best for you. So, in this short review we are asking why we should choose the Flir E50 over any other model by taking a close look at its interesting features.
The practical and well designed Flir E50 comes with a fantastic range of features to help the thermographer perform analysis in a simple way.
Operating at 60Hz, the Flir E50 allows images of moving parts to be captured without blurring. This is perfect for analysing small components giving clear, accurate images at varying distances.
With the E50, Flir created a 3.5” touch-screen interface with a well designed menu system in order to enhance the ease and usability of the camera.
Also including Wifi capability, the E50 can be used to connect with a range of devices to allow simple transferring of data and images. It can also be used with an ipod, ipad or iphone for those times away from a computer.
The final important feature worth mentioning is the included Flir software which allows results to be presented in a professional way. This is a desirable feature which can really help you to provide excellent reports to your clients and enhance your profile as a good quality, proficient thermographer.
Overall, this model is ideal for thermographers who already run, or want to start, a thermal imaging business.
Need more information? Find it in the full technical specification and reviews.
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 E50 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 E50 Thermal Camera image resolution is 240 x 180 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 E50 Thermal Camera has a thermal sensitivity of 50mK NETD. A lower mK value means a more accurate thermal camera.
Software is included for reporting functionality.
The FLIR E50 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.
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FLIR E Series Technical Specifications
|Model||FLIR E40||FLIR E50||FLIR E60|
|Temperature Range||-4 to 1202°F (-20 to 650°C)||-4 to 1202°F (-20 to 650°C)||-4 to 1202°F (-20 to 650°C)|
|Thermal Sensitivity (N.E.T.D)||<0.07°C at 30°C||<0.05°C at 30°C||<0.05°C at 30°C|
|Detector Type (Focal Plane Array) Uncooled Microbolometer||160 x 120 pixels||240 x 180 pixels||320 x 240 pixels|
|MSX Thermal Image Enhancement||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Picture-In-Picture||Fixed P-i-P||Scalable P-i-P||Scalable P-i-P|
|MPEG 4 Video Recording||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Video Camera w/Lamp and Laser||3.1 megapixel / LED lamp / laser pointer|
|Digital Zoom||2 x continuous||4 x continuous||4 x continuous|
|Image Annotations||Voice (60s) / text comments|
|Moveable Spot||3 spotmeters||3 spotmeters||3 spotmeters|
|Area Box||3 area boxes (full image with min/max/avg)|
|Data Communication Interface||USB-mini, USB-A, composite video, Bluetooth and WiFi|
|Field of View||25 x 19°|
|Focus||Manual (min focus distance of 1.3ft (0.4m)|
|Spectral Range||7.5 to 13μm|
|Display||Built-in 3.5" colour LCD|
|Image Modes||Thermal, visual, MSX and image gallery|
|Image Storage||>1000 radiometric JPEG images (SD card memory)|
|Laser Classification/Type||Class 2/semiconductor AlGalnP diode laser: 1mW/635nm (red)|
|Setup Controls||Mode selector, colour palettes, configure image info, units, language, date and time formats and image gallery|
|Measurement Modes||Auto hot/cold spot, Isotherm (above/below/interval)|
|Measurement Correction||Reflected ambient temperature and emissivity correction|
|Battery Type/Operating Time||Li-Ion/ >4 hours, display shows battery status|
|Charging System||In-camera AC adapter/2-bay charging system|
|Shock/Vibration/Drop/Encapsulation; Safety||25G, IEC 60068-2-29 / 2G, IEC 60068-2-6 / Drop-proof 2m (6.6ft) IP54; EN/UL/CSA/PSE 60950-1|
|Dimensions/Weight||9.7 x 3.8 x 7.2" (246 x 97 x 184mm) / <1.82lbs (825g) including battery|