Getting an Idea About Why the FLIR E4 is the Best Thermometer

When it comes to devices that are used to test equipment, we’ve shifted from simplistic analog test devices to more sophisticated digital ones. This is true for most, if not all pieces of test equipment you can find on the market, including infrared digital thermometers. An infrared digital thermometer is a measurement and test device that’s used to measure temperatures from a safe distance. This type of device can be used in a variety of applications, but mainly in industrial and commercial settings such as the food, manufacturing and electrical industry.


As it’s name implies, it’s used to track the temperature while monitoring electrical circuits, radiant heating and pipes for the purpose of determining potential infiltration and leaks. No matter what industry you work in, you can’t go wrong with a FLIR E4 Infrared Camera, because it’s the type of instrument that can significantly increase the safety and efficiency of your applications. What sets this particular thermal imaging camera apart from all others, are the following features:

  • It has a 4,800 pixel / 80×60 infrared resolution
  • Includes a built-in visual camera
  • It has a thermal sensitivity of 0.15 degrees Celsius
  • It contains a multi spectral dynamic imaging for enhanced image quality
  • A bright colour display with advanced menu navigation
  • Selectable colour palettes for different users
  • Comprehensive reporting software and FLIR tools image analysis
  • Integrated memory card which can store approximately 500 images
  • Rechargeable batteries
  • Ruggedised housing – drop tested from 2 meters

All of these features make the FLIR E4 Infrared Camera thermometer the perfect option for your testing necessities in whichever industry you may work. It’s not all about just measuring the heat, it’s about quick and visualized results which will increase the safety and reduce mistakes, especially in places where contamination has to be avoided at all costs.

The working mechanism of this thermometer is point-and-shoot style, it can measure up to 4,800 temperature points at the same time and has a thermal sensitivity of 150mK, allowing you to spot even the smallest differences between hot and cold. The visual camera that’s built in allows you to see both the infrared thermal image and a standard visual image and save them at the same time, which can be put into a report with the included FLIR tools software. The multi spectral dynamic imaging feature adds a level of detail to the images and brings out the previously impossible levels of detail in an infrared image.

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