FLIR E30 – Latest Updates Make it Irresistible!

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Do I have an exciting FLIR E30 update for you, or what?! I just got out of a FLIR Webinar announcing they’ve updated their FLIR E30 (and FLIR E30bx) thermal imagers!

The FLIR E30 (E30bx) is a model from FLIR’s popular E Series line for Electrical / Mechanical and Building Inspection applications.

FLIR E30 Updates – October 2011

Visual Light Lamp

Just in case you need to inspect low lit areas, you don’t need to whip out your flash light; turn FLIR’s LED lamp on!

Visual Light Camera

New models get 2MB of high quality visual light image goodness! Although it doesn’t have “thermal fusion” (picture in picture), you can still use these images in your reports.

The Best Things in Life Are Free!

The best thing about these updates is the FLIR E30’s price hasn’t changed, making its value vs performance status even better! At US $2999, there’s only a $1000 difference between it and the more entry level FLIR i7 and you don’t have to pay for any of these new updates. Consider the FLIR E30 vs. FLIR i7 and check back for my comparison review on these 2 models in the near future.

Pictures

Here’s some pictures of the Visual Light Camera and LED lamp from my FLIR E60 Review I did earlier this year; the E30’s new updates are identical to these:

FLIR E30’s Availability

FLIR told us these will likely be available to start shipping in November. I expect these to fly out the door, so if you’re good and ready, pre-order your FLIR E30 on ShopFLIR.com below:

FLIR E30

See the FLIR E30 on ShopFLIR.com

FLIR E30 infared camera – a compact thermal imaging camera designed for electrical / mechanical applications; features a FLIR 160×120 infrared sensor with high 2°C accuracy, 0.1°C thermal sensitivity and -4° to 482°F temperature range.

FLIR E30bx

See the FLIR E30bx on ShopFLIR.com

FLIR E30bx infared camera – a compact thermal imaging camera designed for building inspection applications; features a FLIR 160×120 infrared sensor with high 2°C accuracy, 0.075°C thermal sensitivity and -4° to 248°F temperature range.

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  • 5 March 2013 at 10:09 pm
    Danny said:

    All the websites I looked at list the price as $2,995. Has it gone up or something?

  • 11 March 2013 at 7:46 am
    Edward said:

    Good eye Danny! FLIR has done another upgrade since this one two years ago, and the units have increased along with that. Here’s what’s changed!

    “Update:
    FLIR has quietly rolled out a second update to their entire line of E-series cameras. The biggest enhancement is the material changes replacing plastic parts with metal, in order to make all of the E-series rated to withstand damage from a 2-meter drop. The port cover for the video and USB cables is no longer a rigid plastic gate, but a robust rubber shield that adds to the E-30’s existing IP54 dustproof and waterproof rating”

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