Thermal Imaging Cameras

Thermal imaging cameras:

Thermal Cameras for Electrical & Mechanical

Let FLIR be your power source for detecting safety hazards before they happen.

In Research & Development and  product/process testing, accuracy and reliability are vitally important. IR cameras are used for capturing and recording  thermal distribution and variations in real time, allowing engineers to  see and accurately measure heat patterns, dissipation, leakage, and  other temperature factors in equipment, products and processes.

Infrared cameras are widely used  around the world for applications as diverse as micro-electronics, paper processing, automotive, plastics, injection moulding, consumer appliance design, telecommunications, target heat signatures, mechanical testing, R&D and much more.

Products listed 2017

Professional Thermal Imaging in Your Pocket
FLIR C-Series is the world’s first full-featured, pocket-sized thermal camera designed for electrical/mechanical applications. Use it to point out hidden spots and other problems.

FLIR TG165 Spot Thermal Camera
The FLIR TG165 gives you the advantage of thermal imaging to discover temperature issues you can’t see with a typical IR thermometer.

FLIR Ex-Series
Infrared Cameras with MSX
Easier than a smartphone, only FLIR’s E4 thru E8 line offers such an unprecedented choice to new thermographers and seasoned pros alike, starting at under $1K!

FLIR Exx-Series
Infrared Cameras with MSX
E-Series continues to revolutionize thermal inspection efficiency with more onboard tools for faster imaging, analysis and sharing.

FLIR T-Series
Infrared Cameras with MSX
The T-Series cameras let you see invisible heat caused by electrical resistance and mechanical wear fast enough for you to head off expensive downtime and potential danger.

HD Thermal Imaging Camera
Get ready for outstanding thermal infrared performance, built on 50 years of experience. With its remarkable range, up to 3.1 MP in resolution, and customization to fit your needs, the T1K is designed to be the ultimate tool to streamline your workday, and make you the hero.


Education & Research Inst.

Infrared cameras are being used in university laboratories where high-end academic and applied research is on-going on a wide range of disciplines.


IR cameras have become indispensible tools for many engineering disciplines, particularly in advanced product development.

Target Signature

Infrared cameras are combined with sophisticated software to measure, characterize, or otherwise describe phenomena such as distance to a target object, its size, shape, inherent heat energy, and of course, temperature.

Manufacturing Industries

Thermal imaging is widely used in manufacturing industries . It helps adjusting the process parameters, find non-destructively defects on material without any contact or improve the quality control plan.