FLIR E4: Compact Thermal Imaging Camera with 80 x 60 IR Resolution, MSX and Wi-Fi
FLIR E4 IR Camera w/MSX 80 x 60 Resolution/9Hz with WiFi
- New Lower Pricing as of 2/16/17
- Now with WiFi
- See Q&A Tab below for Firmware version
- FLIR E4 IR Camera with MSX Technology 80 x 60 (4,800 Pixels)
- MSX technology automatically extracts the critical details from the visible image and embosses them on to the thermal image
- FLIR E4 represents a breakthrough in price vs performance
- Sharp Industrial design, feels great in your hands
IR Camera w/MSX 80 x 60 Resolution/9Hz with WiFi
Thermal Imaging Camera with MSX
The new FLIR E4 thermal camera is designed to enhance the electrical, mechanical and building diagnostics of users across key industries and professions. The FLIR E4 is an affordable solution that can help professional users track down electrical and mechanical overheating, air leaks, moisture ingress, missing insulation, and a host of other issues that thermal imagers can detect and quantify.
The new FLIR E-series of thermal cameras (E4, E5, E6, E8) have been relaunched for 2017, now with built-in WIFI. This allows you to connect to a smart phone or table running the FLIR Tools mobile application. This will allow you to share the images you capture, or the report you generated, quickly and easily.
If you see something, share something. See some heat or cold where you weren’t expecting it? Send an image or two instantly to co-worker and you can collaborate, put in a work order or break out your bigger camera and do a deeper investigation. The power to make decisions faster and avoid costly problems is now in your hands. If you want to separate yourself from others in your field, take your images, create a report from your car on your phone or tablet and send it to your customer before you even leave the jobsite.
Featuring a 4,800 (80 x 60) pixel IR resolution, a 20 degrees C to 250 degrees C temperature range, and ±2 percent or 2 degrees C accuracy, the FLIR E4 features a compact, rugged and user-friendly design, a vivid 3″ color LCD display, wide-angle autofocus lens, intuitive camera controls, and an on-board 640×480-pixel digital camera.
MSX Imaging Technology
The E4 also provides FLIR’s exclusive MSX (Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging) technology, which uses visible details from digital camera photos to create sharper IR images. Along with delivering a much clearer thermal picture overall, MSX makes it much easier to recognize the location of heat issues without obscuring or compromising the integrity of the original thermal scene. MSX is ideal for creating an all-in-one thermal image that clearly illustrates the location of emerging or existing issues, and the bundled FLIR Tools software makes it simple to import, analyze, and incorporate images into easy-to-understand reports to help provide convincing evidence for repairs.
The new FLIR E4 is covered under an industry-leading 10-5-2 warranty, which provides an extended 10-year warranty on the IR detector, 5 years’ protection on field-replaceable batteries, and 2 years’ of coverage on parts and labor.
Problems and Solutions
Electrical Problems — Detect hidden electrical problems like loose connections, faulty wiring, and failing circuits.
HVAC Problems — Discover leaky ductwork and troubleshoot heating, AC, and radiant flooring problems.
Missing Insulation — Locate poor and missing insulation by comparing temperature differences with surrounding areas.
Water Damage — Find and fix hidden water leaks before small issues turn into large, expensive problems.
Air Infiltration — Reveal air leaks around windows, doors, and other building envelope structures.
Mold and Rot — See temperature differences to expose moisture, avoiding extensive damage and health issues.
Destructive Pests — Hunt down burrowing and nesting insects and rodents before expensive damage occurs.
Your Vision Is About to Go Thermal
FLIR thermal imaging cameras let you see amazing things that your eyes alone can’t, taking you beyond the visible spectrum into the infrared world of hot and cold. With the power to detect and visualize heat issues, a FLIR can show you where potential trouble is brewing. By using a thermal imager to help you find hidden problems early, you have a chance to get them fixed before they cause “self-evident” damage, waste more energy, hurt someone, or shut things down.
Which Camera is Right for You?
Whether you’re new to infrared inspections or already a Level III thermographer, a variety of important factors will figure into your thermal camera decision: how often you use the camera, what you’re inspecting, the angles you’re shooting from, target size, high temperatures, distance, and other considerations. That’s why we’ve created this guide to help you determine the right fit for your application, budget, and the way you like to work.
Consider the insulation contractor who got off to a fast start with a low-cost i7 and quickly became known for finding all kinds of ways to help people save on their energy bills. Needing to add a second camera to keep pace, he chose an E60 for its higher IR detail, built-in digital camera, and MSX® enhancement for clearer documentation. The FLIR app connectivity to his iPad made it easier to show results to customers. And the 320 x 240 image clarity improved his web site.
Obviously, different requirements mean one thermal imager may or may not fit all. So, along with this guide, we encourage you to consult with your FLIR dealer or representative who will gladly help you hone your decision.
MSX: A Bold New Form of Thermal Imaging
If you plan to share saved images with customers or co-workers, a thermal image alone isn’t always enough to help them understand what they’re seeing. That’s why FLIR developed MSX ® Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging to bring together the best of both spectrums in a striking, innovative way. Now onboard the full line of new FLIR E-Series and T-Series cameras, MSX instantaneously generates a definitive, all-in-one thermal picture that easily orients you to the location of the problem as soon you see it on the screen or in a report. No more guesswork or messing around with extra photos.