FLIR introduces new C3-X compact thermal camera

c3 x troubleshootoutlet 552 0820 jpeg screen 150 dpiFLIR has introduced its latest entry-level Cx-Series camera, the FLIR C3-X, a compact thermal camera packed with features that can help users find faults within close range

Along with the five-megapixel visual inspection camera, the enhanced C3-X has a 128x96 resolution thermal camera with a temperature range of up to 300 degrees Celsius on an easy-to-read 3.5-inch touchscreen, according to the company's news statement.

These features are important for a detailed view of the situation and troubleshooting areas of concern, such as hot fuses or air leaks. FLIR Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX) mode adds visible light details to thermal images in real-time for greater clarity, so that users can easily identify issues within the problem area.

The C3-X stands up in harsh environments with four hours of operation and features an IP54 enclosure, providing a high level of protection against dust and water, and is designed to withstand a tow meter (6.6 ft) drop. It's a compact, hand-held design that allows professionals to fit it into their pocket or tool bag without taking up too much space.

Featuring FLIR Ignite, the C3-X offers cloud connectivity that enables professionals to directly transfer, store and back up data, so that images are always available on all devices. The C3-X also provides seamless customer reporting when paired with the FLIR Thermal Studio.

The FLIR C3-X joins the FLIR C5 as part of the Cx-Series suite of compact thermal cameras and is now available globally through FLIR and authorised FLIR distributors for US$499.99, with shipments starting in the fourth quarter of 2020.

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