PORTLAND, OR — FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced the introduction of three new FLIR i-Series thermal imaging cameras, the i40, i50, and i60. The affordable i-Series cameras offer best-in-class infrared diagnostic capabilities for commercial applications. The new i-Series cameras support electromechanical applications and will occupy the segment of the market between the new, high volume FLIR i5 camera and the higher performance, ThermaCAM‚Â® T-Series line.
The new i-Series is complemented by the FLIR b40, b50 and b60 cameras, designed to support the growing use of infrared cameras as building diagnostics tools. The b-Series product introductions reflect a growing emphasis FLIR is placing on products that can be used to improve energy efficiency in buildings. “With the focus we have placed on building diagnostics and gas detection infrared cameras, FLIR’s products help reduce our dependency on oil and reduce carbon emissions,” said Earl Lewis, President and CEO of FLIR Systems, Inc.
The i-Series introduces several features not previously found at this price point, including infrared detectors ranging from 120×120 to 180×180 pixels, a built-in visual camera with up to 2.3 megapixel resolution, FUSION scalable picture-in-picture capabilities, a 5-hour swappable Li-Ion battery, and a lightweight, 1.3 pound, ergonomic design. The new camera series was designed by FLIR’s Thermography Division in Stockholm, Sweden, and utilizes FLIR’s own high-performance infrared sensors.
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