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FLIR i3: Compact Thermal Imaging Camera with 60 x 60 IR Resolution

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  • The FLIR i3 thermal camera is light-weight, compact, and rugged, for use in harsh environments.
  • Easy-to-use: The FLIR i5 is fully automatic and focus-free with an intuitive interface for simple measurement.
  • Compact and rugged: The camera's low weight of 0.365 kg and an accessory belt pouch make it easy to bring along at all times.
  • Ground breaking affordability: The i3 thermal camera is the most affordable infrared camera on the market.
  • 60 x 60 IR Resolutioin
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Product Description

The FLIR i-Series thermal imagers improves your options with a strong line-up of fresh choices to fit the level of detail your application requires. Now with 36% higher thermal resolution than before and a wider field of view to help you image more clearly, scan more quickly, and store an entire scene in one complete picture.Features:Compact, Focus-Free, Easy-to-Use and Lightweight (13 oz)Spot measurement modeTemperature range: -4°F to 482°F (-20°C to 250°C)60 x 60 IR detector resolution (3,600 pixels)Thermal Sensitivity (N.E.T.D) <0.15°C at 25°CHigh accuracy of ±2% helps you find problems faster and easierLarge 2.8" color LCDDouble molded rugged design with easy grip handle construction meets IP43 dust/splashproof standardsMicroSD™ card stores up to 5000 Radiometric JPEG format imagesComplete with 2G MicroSD™ card, Li-Ion rechargeable battery, 100-240 AC adaptor/charger with with EU, UK, AU and US plugs, USB cable, hand strap and caseIncludes FLIR Tools™ software for analysis of radiometric images


Find problems faster and more accurately with the rugged, high-resolution FLIR i3 point-and-shoot thermal imaging camera. Durable and easy to use, FLIR i-Series infrared cameras offer better images, an optimized display for faster inspections, and a combination of thermal sensitivity and measurement accuracy typically only seen in cameras costing thousands of dollars more. It's ideal for energy auditors, building inspectors, electrical contractors, predictive maintenance specialists, HVAC professionals, insulation experts, restoration contractors, and many more.

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The FLIR i3 thermal imaging camera with a 3,600-pixel resolution (view larger).
At a Glance
i3 Thermal Imaging Camera
At a Glance:
  • Reliable temperature measurement with thermal sensitivity of 0.15 degrees C helps you find problems faster and easier

  • Fully automatic and focus-free with an intuitive interface for simple measurement

  • 3,600-pixel image resolution (60 x 60)

  • 2.8-inch high-resolution LCD

  • Includes 2 GB microSD card (stores up to 5,000 images)

  • One-year limited warranty
At a Glance

The FLIR i3 camera has a 60 x 60 resolution for 3,600 total pixels and a thermal sensitivity of <0.15 degrees C. All i-Series cameras capture thousands of calibrated temperature measurements in every image to produce a complete thermal picture that shows where hot spots and other heat-related problems are immediately, so you can find them faster, diagnose them more accurately, and work more efficiently than ever.

Built with ruggedness you can trust, all i-Series cameras are also tough enough to withstand a two-meter drop and stow right alongside other tools, and meet IP43 dust/splashproof standards. It's extremely lightweight at just 13 ounces, helping to reduce fatigue. It has a focus-free lens, 2.8-inch color LCD, rechargeable battery that lasts up to 4 hours, and microSD memory card storage (with an included 2 GB card that can store up to 5,000 radiometric JPEG images).

This camera is backed by FLIR's industry-leading 2/5/10 warranty, providing 2 years of coverage on all camera components, 5 years of battery coverage, and a 10-year warranty protection for the infrared detector.

Perfect for Every Toolbox

FLIR's point-and-shoot i-Series cameras are the most cost-effective choice for getting a new infrared program off to a strong start or arming everyone on your team with the power of thermal imaging. They provide high-quality thermal images and temperature data to help find wasteful energy loss, locate moisture damage, document repairs, detect energized equipment, minimize downtime, and more. Much easier, faster, and safer to use than IR thermometers, and far more accurate, FLIR i-Series cameras are the ideal temp gun replacement for your tool box.

Why Thermal Imaging?

While spot IR thermometers present only a single temperature at a single spot, these Thermal Imaging Cameras give you the whole picture--equal up to 3,600 spots. Thermal imaging is the most effective method for finding problems or potential problems in a variety of applications across many fields. If you are new to Thermography and need a general purpose Thermal Imaging Camera for troubleshooting, the FLIR i-Series is a great choice. The FLIR i-Series is fully loaded with Thermal Imaging functions at a fraction of the price of a professional grade camera.

What's in the Box

FLIR i3 thermal imaging camera; 2 GB microSD memory card (with adapters); rechargeable battery; 100-240-volt AC adapter with EU, UK, US, and Australian plugs; USB cable; QuickReport PC software; built-in manual lens shutter; hand strap; hard case; operating instructions

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Technical Details

Part Number 60101-0101
Item Weight 6.4 pounds
Product Dimensions 0 x 0 x 0 inches
Item model number FLIR i3
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
Color Black and Gray
Item Package Quantity 1

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Customer Reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #548,967 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#72 in Industrial & Scientific > Test, Measure & Inspect > Temperature & Humidity > Thermal Imagers
Shipping Weight 6.5 pounds
Date First Available February 7, 2012

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By G. Morin on August 15, 2013
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The unit I received was defective (there was a horizontal line on the screen that would not go away) so I had to return it to FLIR... at a rather substantial shipping cost to me ($40-50 with insurance) - rather annoying considering what I had just spent on it. Once I got it back repaired it has worked ok since. I got it to look for heat leaks on the outside of our house and it works well for that, however one caveat with this lower resolution unit... you have to stand way way back to see what you're looking at. I thought the lower resolution just meant things would be blockier, and they are, but somehow the resolution translates into the field of view... so to see something 5 feet away you as it would look to your eyes 5 feet away you need to stand say like 10 or 15 feet back (not exact, just to give you an idea)... and from what I understand with the higher res units you would not need to stand back as far. Not a major problem but kind of annoying, you can't really look at anything "right" in front of you... you have to get way back and if the room is small then that's a problem.

Also, there is no way to lock in a particular temperature scale range unless you have something at that temperature to calibrate it to. So for example if I want to set my range from 0° - 30° C I can't, I would have to find something that was 15°C and even then it would only give me a range of maybe 10-20 after I "lock" it. I can't dial in or out the range I want. Again, not a major problem, just an annoyance. Perhaps these constraints don't exist on the pricier models. Just something to be aware of.
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Image quality for this model is only 60x60 pixels... keep that in mind! On the FLIR LCD the image is great. It works very well. But if you export the image to a computer with a HD LCD screen and blow it up, the image is very very blurry (for obvious reasons). If you need to save high quality thermal images then this camera isn't the right choice. If you are using it to find hot spots live, or are ok with small size saved images, then this model is great.
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By GAIL on February 18, 2013
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We bought this camera to help give us get an indication of the tank levels at our brine mixing plant without having to make frequent dips. It works - even when we first got it we tested it on a coffee mug and it clearly showed the level of hot liquid!
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By plowking on February 9, 2013
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Was a little nervous about the quality because of the price. I was wrong. This thing has a nice detailed picture, turns on quick, and fits into a normal tool box. Its perfect for me.
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