Thermal camera designed for troubleshooting equipment, processes

Dec. 23, 2020
Flir’s C3-X thermal camera also includes a visual inspection camera and an LED flashlight.

C3-X Flir’s latest thermal camera also includes a visual inspection camera and an LED flashlight, and is designed for troubleshooting equipment and processes. For example, for injection molding equipment, it can locate temperature discrepancies in barrel heaters, cooling lines and mold heaters. The C3-X also is suited for general building and factory maintenance, troubleshooting HVAC problems and inspecting for electrical issues and air and water leaks. The handheld device can detect temperatures ranging from minus 4 degrees to 572 degrees Fahrenheit. Its 3.5-inch touchscreen can be operated while wearing gloves. Built-in cloud connectivity allows the camera to directly transfer, store and back up data. 

What’s new? The C3-X, which is the latest Cx-Series compact thermal camera from Flir 

Benefits Convenience and economy. Priced at $499, the entry-level device is more affordable than many other thermal cameras. It fits easily in a pocket, making it convenient for quick spot checks of all types of assets. Additionally, the rugged device can withstand a 6.6-foot drop and has an IP54 enclosure for a high level of protection against dust and water.  

Flir Systems Inc., Wilsonville, Ore., 877-773-3547,