Efficient inspection, diagnosis and documentation of anomalies are essential for property managers, facilities maintenance personnel, building inspectors, contractors, electricians, service technicians, plumbers and even private individuals. Fast resolution of detected problems requires high-performance tools, including thermal imaging. To this end, Flir presents its latest entry-level Cx-Series model, the Flir C3-X, a compact, feature-rich thermal imaging camera that enables users to reliably detect faults at close range. It slips easily into a pocket or toolkit, is rugged enough to stand up to the toughest conditions, and is priced to be affordable for building professionals and homeowners alike.
In addition to a five-megapixel visible inspection camera, the optimized C3-X also features a thermal camera with 128 x 96 pixel resolution, a temperature range of up to 300ºC and an easy-to-read 3.5" display. These features are important for getting a detailed overview of anomalies and their location, such as abnormally hot fuses or sealing problems. For added sharpness, Flir's dynamic multispectral imaging (MSX) mode superimposes visible light details on thermal images in real time, so users can easily identify problems in the areas concerned.
The C3-X withstands harsh conditions thanks to its four-hour battery life, and also boasts an IP54 enclosure, giving it a high level of protection against dust and water. It is also designed to withstand a two-meter fall. Thanks to its compact, portable format, professionals can slip it into a pocket or tool kit without it taking up too much space. The built-in LED light lets you see in poorly lit areas, such as crawl spaces.
With the Flir Ignite solution, the C3-X offers cloud-based connectivity that enables professionals to directly transfer, store and back-up data, so that images are available in real time on all devices. Combined with Flir Thermal Studio, the C3-X also enables inspection reports to be created for customers, via a wireless connection.
The Flir C3-X joins the Flir C5 in the Cx-Series range of compact thermal imaging cameras.
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