Flir E4 FLIR-E63900 Thermal Imaging Camera with Flight Case (257917B) (2022)

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Flir E4 FLIR-E63900 Thermal Imaging Camera with Flight CaseSKU#257917B

Get accurate thermal readings with this high-tech thermal imaging camera from Flir!

Features:
- Brand: Flir
- Model: E4, FLIR-E63900
- Approx. measurements: 9.5"H x 4"D x 3-3/4"W
- Written lens details: "FLIR, IR lens f=6.5mm"
- IR resolution: 80 × 60 pixels
- Thermal sensitivity: <0.15°C (0.27°F) / <150 mK
- Plastic body housing
- Trigger operation
- 3" colour LCD display
- On-board memory
- Rubberized outer housing
- Included accessories: USB charging cable and power adapter, hardshell foam lined storage/travel flight case, removeable rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack (life/stamina unknown)

See pictures for details.

Condition:Camera appears to be in good used condition with a some minor dirt/scuffs to outer housing. Camera powers up and appears to be working, however not all features have been tested. Again note that battery life/stamina is unknown. Please note that details such as IR resolution and thermal sensitivity are based on product information provided on the manufacturers website. Case does show some sucffs/dirt.

Item is sold in 'as is' condition.

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Shipping

Canada Post: $40.00 ($5.00 as additional item)
Toronto Pick Up: $0.00

Payment Options

Accepts PayPal if Shipped and Payment on Pickup

Payment Instructions
Items are required to be paid in 7 days.... For items being Shipped, credit card payments can be processed through Paypal at Checkout........Payment for items being picked up can be made in advance online by e-Transfer to [emailprotected] or in person.

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FAQs

Why are FLIR sensors so expensive? ›

Another principal issue that makes the thermal cameras so expensive than the visible light cameras involves the price of material used for lenses. Glass is not crystal-clear in the range of wavelength used by the infrared sensors of thermal imaging. Hence, a unique and distinct material is needed for lenses.

Can we see through walls using FLIR camera? ›

No, thermal cameras cannot see through walls, at least not like in the movies. Walls are generally thick enough—and insulated enough—to block any infrared radiation from the other side.

Is FLIR better than night vision? ›

FLIR thermal cameras outperform low cost night vision systems for long range detection and search and rescue, because people and machines can't hide their heat.

What is the difference between FLIR and thermal imaging? ›

FLIRs make pictures from heat, not visible light. Heat (also called infrared, or thermal, energy) and light are both parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, but a camera that can detect visible light won't see thermal energy, and vice versa.

Will snakes show up on thermal imaging? ›

Against the background of other objects, humans, animals, or cars have higher temperatures, and they show up more clearly on the device's screen. However, cold-blooded animals like snakes, for example, would be virtually impossible to detect with a thermal imager.

How far away does thermal imaging work? ›

Depending on the camera configuration chosen it may be possible to detect humans beyond 15 km distance, ground vehicles or small boats beyond 20 km, larger ships or vessels and aircraft beyond 30 km.

Can infrared see through roofs? ›

Infrared light can be used as a way to measure the heat radiated by an object. Also, because thermal cameras completely ignore the visible light, their heat readings aren't obscured by solid objects, like walls or roof membranes.

Can thermal imaging see through trees? ›

Because of this, thermal imaging is often used to help spot warm human bodies in a forested environment. But even thermal imaging can't see through trees, making rescue missions a difficult task even when first responders are aided by a thermal-equipped drone or helicopter.

Can you see deer antlers with thermal imaging? ›

Typically, deer have antlers so the thermal should be able to definitively tell you that none of your deer have horns. With a thermal, you can see the antlers when they are growing in and there is blood running in them. When they stop growing and harden you most likely can't see them, especially at any distance.

Does thermal work in fog? ›

Fog and rain can severely limit the range of a thermal imaging system due to the scattering of light off droplets of water. The higher the density of droplets, the more the infrared signal is diminished.

Can infrared camera see through curtains? ›

Standard consumer camera drones cannot see through opaque window curtains; However, more advanced thermal cameras can detect human figures behind thin curtains.

Is thermal better than night vision? ›

Thermal scopes can easily detect animals or moving objects from a long distance whether it is day or night. Their detection is better than night vision scopes. Even in the roughest weather, they can help you see (except in extreme cold).

What can you use a FLIR camera for? ›

Originally developed for surveillance and military operations, thermal cameras are now widely used for building inspections (moisture, insulation, roofing, etc.), firefighting, autonomous vehicles and automatic braking, skin temperature screening, industrial inspections, scientific research, and much more.

Can you see infrared cameras at night? ›

IR cameras detect these invisible infrared wavelengths, enabling the camera to see in the dark. Most IR cameras have a series of IR LEDs (often situated around the lens) that transmit infrared light at night, or whenever the camera switches to night mode.

Can you see alligators with thermal imaging? ›

Humans, animals, and automobiles all produce heat and are typically warmer than their surroundings, allowing a thermal imager user to get a good look at them. Because their body temperature adjusts to their surroundings, coldblooded animals like snakes and alligators are more difficult to see.

Why do thermal imaging cameras work better at night? ›

Rather, because the ambient temperature - and, more importantly, the core temperature of otherwise-unheated objects and environments - is nearly always significantly lower at night than during sunlight hours, thermal imaging sensors are able to display warm areas at higher contrast.

Is thermal imaging harmful? ›

Is thermal imaging dangerous? No. In fact, our thermal imaging system is a non-contact, non-invasive, passive imaging system that is measuring the heat emitted, or given off, by the human body.

How deep into the ground can a thermal camera see? ›

Infrared imaging, which detects surface-level heat differences above buried objects, is most effective to a depth of about five feet, he said, though it, too, has been used to track objects 25 feet down.

Can FLIR see through windows? ›

They CAN'T See Through Glass.

What can Thermal cameras detect? ›

An infrared camera (also known as a thermal imager) detects and measures the infrared energy of objects. The camera converts that infrared data into an electronic image that shows the apparent surface temperature of the object being measured.

Can infrared see through clothing? ›

As Wired say: "But one odd side effect of infrared photography is that, in some cases, it can see right through clothing. Not always, and the clothes have to be pretty thin in the first place." The issue being that nowadays, the majority of high street clothes are indeed incredibly thin.

Is there a camera that can see through walls? ›

The latest version of a 'sense through the wall' camera, developed by Israeli company Camero, can detect any object, wire, or even shallow breathing of a human, from a distance of over 50-meters (164 feet).

Can military see through walls? ›

The technology can display live objects, behind walls, in such high resolution that it can detect whether a person is sitting, standing, or lying down, even if they have been motionless for a significant period. Specific body parts are also detectable, the company said.

Can police use thermal imaging without warrant? ›

United States , the U.S. Supreme Court rules that the police's use of a thermal-imaging device without a warrant to scan the outside of a house, in an effort to discover whether marijuana was growing inside, is an illegal search under the Fourth Amendment.

Can thermal scopes see through grass? ›

One advantage thermal has over night vision is it can see through tall grass, fog, smoke, etc., because it is reading heat and not using light to “see” the image.

How do I hide my infrared lights on my security camera? ›

Place the duct tape directly over the panel on the security camera and press down with your fingers. Place a second piece of duct tape, identical to the first, over the panel. The density of the duct tape will prevent the glow from the IR LED from being seen.

What blocks infrared signals? ›

Any electrically conductive material will block IR. The greater the conductivity, the greater the blocking. Aluminum foil will kill all IR, bot high range and low. Most plastics allow IR to pass through.

Does aluminum foil block infrared? ›

5. Can thermal imaging see through aluminium foil? ​The answer is NO. Any electrically conductive material will block infrared radiation.

How do soldiers hide from thermal imaging? ›

Across the globe, the US Army is eyeing two new technological breakthroughs to avoid thermal imaging, with the help of US camouflage manufacturer Fibrotex. These are the Ultra-light Camouflage Netting System (ULCANS) and the Improved Ghillie System (IGS).

Can you use a thermal scope in daylight? ›

Unlike night-vision scopes that only operate in darkness, thermal scopes can cut through daylight and take your scouting and hunting to a whole new level.

Can you hunt deer with thermal? ›

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Is thermal imaging good for hunting? ›

For hunters, the thermal imaging camera can be very useful after the shot has been fired as well. “Often the game isn't killed immediately and it will bolt away. Often it will die later on, but sometimes it is difficult to find due to the camouflage.

Can FLIR see through clouds? ›

In each case, pilot vision improves, but clouds and fog remain a problem. Water droplets are usually smaller than 100 microns, which is small, but still much larger than the span of an infrared or visible-light wave, so neither infrared light nor visible light can pass easily through clouds.

What is the difference between infrared camera and thermal camera? ›

Active IR systems use short wavelength infrared light to illuminate an area of interest. Some of the infrared energy is reflected back to a camera and interpreted to generate an image. Thermal imaging systems use mid- or long wavelength IR energy.

How can I see through fog while driving? ›

7 Tips for Driving in Fog
  1. Low Beam Lights Only! Using your car's high beams can severely decrease your visibility. ...
  2. Use Your Windshield Wipers. ...
  3. Turn On Your Defroster. ...
  4. Go Slow. ...
  5. Keep A Look Out For Other Vehicles' Lights. ...
  6. Don't Slam On Your Brakes. ...
  7. Keep Your Distance.

Can drones see through your house? ›

No, drones that are available today on the market do not have the ability to see inside your house unless they approach your window and record what they can see through the window. However, the military has developed drones with thermal cameras that have the ability to see through walls.

Can Helicopters see through houses? ›

Police helicopters are also equipped with high-quality cameras that work as any other cameras do. This means that a police helicopter is unable to see through walls, floors, roofs, and structures.

What does FLIR stand for? ›

The term FLIR stands for the abbreviation Forward Looking InfraRed. The abbreviation FLIR originated in the course of the further development of the infrared camera at the beginning of the 1960s.

Whats cheaper thermal or night vision? ›

While thermal is better for detection, it is definitely pricier than night vision. Thermal imaging is newer and more costly technology to manufacture. Night vision has been around since WWII and is much more available and affordable.

Can a thermal scope see through glass? ›

Can thermal imaging see through glass? Thermal imagers cannot pick up visible light. Therefore, Glass is not seen as transparent when viewed through a thermal imaging camera.

Can animals see infrared? ›

Infrared light has longer wavelengths and lower energy than visible light and cannot be seen with the human eye. Mosquitoes, vampire bats, bed bugs, and some snake and beetle species, however, can use portions of the infrared spectrum for vision. Sometimes humans can “see” infrared energy in the form of heat.

Can thermal see through walls? ›

Thermal imaging devices can't “see” through walls. But pointing a thermal camera at a building still reveals sensitive information about what's going on inside. Thermal cameras read the heat radiating off of an object.

Can my phone do thermal imaging? ›

This accessory turns your phone into a thermal camera - YouTube

Why are thermal cameras so expensive? ›

Another principal issue that makes the thermal cameras so expensive than the visible light cameras involves the price of material used for lenses. Glass is not crystal-clear in the range of wavelength used by the infrared sensors of thermal imaging. Hence, a unique and distinct material is needed for lenses.

How can you detect a hidden camera? ›

Here are 6 simple ways you can do to detect a hidden camera:

Check for any unusual objects in the room. Turn off the Lights in Your Room to Spot Hidden Night Vision Cameras. Use Your Mobile Phones to Locate Hidden CCTV Surveillance Cameras. Use a Professional Camera Detector or Sensor to Spot Hidden CCTV Cameras.

Can dogs see infrared? ›

Dogs are known to have dichromatic colour vision with an upper limit of detection around 555 nm [16], while Mustelids have been reported to have the capacity to detect infrared light up to 870 nm [17].

Why is thermal scope expensive? ›

Thermal scopes are made with costly materials because they require precise engineering and workmanship. Parts like the lenses, sensors, battery packs, cables and display screen must be very durable to handle rugged outdoor conditions.

Is infrared thermography expensive? ›

While there are many advantages to using infrared thermography, it's always a good idea to be aware of some of the disadvantages: Infrared equipment is fairly expensive.

What is infrared camera used for? ›

An infrared camera (also known as a thermal imager) detects and measures the infrared energy of objects. The camera converts that infrared data into an electronic image that shows the apparent surface temperature of the object being measured.

What's better night vision or thermal? ›

Night vision is an outdated technology that, while it still has its uses, is cheaper but lower quality than other options. Thermal imaging is a highly coveted technology that, while it can be more expensive than other options, increases safety at night better than its competitors and is still affordable.

Can you use thermal scope in daylight? ›

Unlike night-vision scopes that only operate in darkness, thermal scopes can cut through daylight and take your scouting and hunting to a whole new level.

Is a thermal scope worth it? ›

Thermal scopes can easily detect animals or moving objects from a long distance whether it is day or night. Their detection is better than night vision scopes. Even in the roughest weather, they can help you see (except in extreme cold).

Can I use my phone as a thermal camera? ›

This accessory turns your phone into a thermal camera - YouTube

Can thermography detect blood clots? ›

In rare circumstances, clots may be found on the neck arms, and chest. While DVT poses an important diagnostic challenge, with thermography, doctors can detect thrombi and emboli passing through the veins with ease.

What is the difference between infrared camera and thermal camera? ›

Active IR systems use short wavelength infrared light to illuminate an area of interest. Some of the infrared energy is reflected back to a camera and interpreted to generate an image. Thermal imaging systems use mid- or long wavelength IR energy.

Can infrared see through clothes? ›

As Wired say: "But one odd side effect of infrared photography is that, in some cases, it can see right through clothing. Not always, and the clothes have to be pretty thin in the first place." The issue being that nowadays, the majority of high street clothes are indeed incredibly thin.

Can infrared see through walls? ›

Thermal imaging devices can't “see” through walls. But pointing a thermal camera at a building still reveals sensitive information about what's going on inside. Thermal cameras read the heat radiating off of an object.

What camera can see through walls? ›

The latest version of a 'sense through the wall' camera, developed by Israeli company Camero, can detect any object, wire, or even shallow breathing of a human, from a distance of over 50-meters (164 feet).

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