The FLIR E76 has the sensitivity and resolution needed to diagnose problems and find hidden deficiencies – even from a distance. The 320 x 240 true native resolution offers nearly 76,800 points of temperature measurement and produces crisp, vibrant imagery, while interchangeable AutoCal lenses offer complete coverage of near and distant targets.
The E76’s laser distance meter provides the data needed for quick, precise auto-focusing, so you can ensure spot-on focus and accurate temperature measurements, every time.
With customizable work folders, a built-in mic and speaker for voice annotation, and report generation features, the E76 makes your workday smarter and easier.
SLEEK BUT RUGGED
This new Exx-Series design is about more than good looks, with features such as scratch-resistant DragontrailTM glass and a magnesium chassis that’s durable enough to withstand a 2m drop.
FLIR Exx Series Features
Quick, precise continuous focus
Laser-assisted autofocus responds instantly to movement, maintaining focus even in cluttered surroundings
Intuitive interface and navigation
Capacitive touch screen and convenient menu buttons make it easy to navigate and operate the camera with one hand
Clear view at any angle
Vivid 4″ LCD display with a 160° viewing angle helps you keep an eye on the thermal image as you work
Superior MSX® scene enhancement
Patented MSX® technology is now even better, thanks to a re-design that brings the visual and IR cameras closer together
High temperature calibration
Exx-Series cameras offer wide measurement ranges (-20°C to 120°C, 0°C to 650°C, and 300°C up to 1500°C)
Industry-leading 2-10 warranty
FLIR backs up the Exx-Series with the best warranty in the business, for battery, body, and detector
24° Lens — This multi-purpose 17mm lens with a 24° field of view allows you to fill the frame with an electrical target while maintaining a safe working distance, to inspect a ceiling, wall, attic, basement or crawl space quickly for thermal anomalies or identify insulation deficiencies quickly and non-destructively.
42° Lens — This 10mm lens with a 42° field of view is best suited for scanning walls, floors, and ceilings for air leaks, water damage, and other faults where space limitations may keep you closer to the target.
FLIR E76 SPECIFICATIONS
|IR Resolution||320 x 240 (76,800 pixels)|
|Object Temperature Range||-20°C to 120°C (-4°F to 248°F)
0°C to 650°C (32°F to 1200°F)
Optional calibration: 300°C to 1000°C (572°F to 1830°F)
|Detector Type and Pitch||Uncooled microbolometer, 17 µm|
|Thermal Sensitivity/NETD||<30mK = <0.03 degrees C|
|Spectral Range||7.5 – 14.0 µm|
|Image Frequency||30 Hz|
|Imaging and Optical Data|
|Field of View (FOV)||42° x 32° (10 mm lens), 24° x 18° (18 mm lens), 14° x 10° (29 mm lens)|
|Focus Distance||Lens Dependent|
|Focus Length||Lens Dependent|
|Focus||Continuous Laser Distance Meter (LDM)
One-shot laser distance meter (LDM)
|Digital Zoom||1-4x continuous|
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