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Analyze images and generate temperature report using QuickReport software.
Improperly functioning equipment can be dangerous or lead to lost productivity if not detected soon enough. Infrared inspection with the Extech i5 will reveal minor variations in temperature that can signal electrical and mechanical failures, leaky air ducts, missing insulation, and moisture problems. Inspect motors, transformers, circuit breakers, pumps, heating and cooling systems, new equipment installations, and repairs by contractors.
Roof and house inspectors and energy auditors can use the Extech i5 to see beyond what's visible. Asphalt-paving companies rely on thermal cameras to ensure and report on quality jobs. The Extech i5 makes it simple to detect hidden problems in your home or work environment, allowing you to make quick damage assessments and be proactive rather than reactive.
2.8-inch color LCD screen
At 12 ounces, the Extech i5 fits in a pocket, tool kit, or belt. It has an ergonomic handle, easy-to-access buttons, and an intuitive navigation pad that allow for one-handed adjustments and settings changes. The double-molded, rugged design with easy-grip handle construction meets IP43 dust/splash proof standards. The i5 comes packed in a hard carrying case.
With an 80 by 80 pixel thermal resolution, high accuracy rate of 2 percent, thermal sensitivity of 0.1 degrees Celsius (compliant with NETA testing requirements), and a temperature detection range from -4 to 482 degrees Fahrenheit (-20 to 250 degrees Celsius), the Extech i5 helps you find problems faster and easier. You'll enjoy the convenience of focus-free viewing through the large, 2.8-inch LCD color screen. Custom settings--including locking the temperature range, adjusting emissivity, and configuring your preferred color palette--allow you to tailor the display to your exact preferences.
5,000 Image Capacity and Li-Ion Battery for All-Day Use
With the quick pull of a trigger, the Extech i5 saves an image to a 512 MB miniSD card inside the camera for later analysis. Up to 5,000 radiometric images can be saved in JPEG format.
The included rechargeable lithium-ion battery lasts for over four hours, which means uninterrupted inspections, allowing you to get through a project without a single charge. For added convenience, you can plug the charger directly into the camera for recharging--no need to remove the battery.
QuickReport: Instantly Go from Import to Report
Each radiometric image can be organized and analyzed using the included QuickReport PC software. The built-in report templates allow the user to include either two infrared images, or an infrared image and a digital photo, when presenting data in a report. Image descriptions, text, and voice comments can be transferred automatically as well. Use QuickReport to add your company logo to inspection reports, drag and drop images, preview report pages, or add text comments. Inspection reports can be emailed and exported to Microsoft Excel, Word, or PowerPoint, or to the FLIR Reporter software, without any loss of valuable radiometric data.
QuickReport allows you to adjust the level, span, zoom, and pan of the camera. It features a choice of 10 different color palettes, and allows you to change isotherm and temperature levels, as well as create spot meters, lines, and areas. The alarm displays risk of surface condensation, mold growth, and inadequate insulation at variable parameters that you set.
This camera measures 8-4/5 by 3-1/10 by 3-3/10 inches (H x W x D).
The Extech i5 is backed by a manufacturer's two-year limited warranty on parts and labor.
What's in the Box
Camera, microSD card, miniSD adapter, battery, AC adapter with EU, UK, US, and Australian plugs, QuickReport software, USB cable, hand strap, carrying case, and CD of manuals and documentation.