FLIR E96 Advanced Thermal Imaging Camera

FLIR E96 Advanced Thermal Imaging Camera Key Features :

  • The 640 × 480 thermal resolution plus FLIR UltraMax® and MSX® image enhancement ensure the E96 produces the most virbrant, easiest-to-interpret images in its class.
  • Interchangeable, auto-calibrating lenses—from telephoto to wide-angle—allow users to target electrical hot spots safely, check for mechanical faults, and survey roofs or building envelopes quickly.
  • Onboard integration with FLIR routing software*, automatic image upload directly to the FLIR Ignite cloud library, a built-in mic for voice annotation, and report generation features all help the E96 streamline your workday.
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FLIR E96 Advanced Thermal Imaging Camera

Rapidly diagnose electrical and mechanical failures with the FLIR E96. Powered by our latest technology, it offers 640×480 thermal resolution, is pistol grip-compatible and has interchangeable AutoCal lenses. The FLIR E96 is your inspection solution for hazardous areas.

The FLIR E96 is perfect for inspecting high-voltage, hazardous targets. With a 640 × 480 thermal resolution, you can survey the environment safely and quickly diagnose electrical or mechanical failures. If you need to assess hot spots that are hard to reach or hidden from sight, our FLIR pistol grip camera is the answer.

To get more information about the FLIR E96 price and other products of FLIR you can use the comparison button on our site or be in touch with our experts.

flir e96 review

The FLIR E96 is a handy, pocket-sized thermometer that has a vibrant and easy-to-read touchscreen. The lightweight, compact design, and stylish carrying case make it perfect for any environment. Its thermocouple sensor is accurate up to 2°C (3.6°F) and captures up to five images per second at 5MP resolution. It’s compatible with both iOS and Android devices and has a range of up to 100 feet for both infrared photography and video.

flir e96 datasheet

The FLIR E-Series thermal imaging camera is a FLIR specialty. It’s a powerful, next-generation tool for thermal imaging and thermography with a whole host of new features. What sets the E-Series apart is that it’s the only camera in its class with dual temperature capability, meaning you can capture both a high-quality live video feed or stills at different temperature ranges.

With 640 x 480 resolution and a frame rate of up to 30 frames per second, the FLIR E96 is perfect for day or night operations. you can find out more about this amazing product by clicking here and checking out its datasheet.

best flir camera for the money

The FLIR E-96 is a thermal imaging camera that has a large field of view, meaning that it can capture more data in less time. It also has a higher resolution than other top-of-the-line models.

The FLIR E96 is one of the best thermal imaging cameras in terms of value for money. It is not only cheaper than other high-end thermal imaging cameras but it also offers more features.

how to set up my flir e96 camera?

The FLIR E-Series software is designed to be easy to use and configure. The setup process is simple, requiring only a few steps. With the cameras connected to the router’s local ports, download FLIR IP Config and run the application. You will then be prompted to enter your email address, password, and camera serial number before you can start configuring your camera settings.

In order to configure the cameras, you need to go through a few steps: Connecting your cameras to your router’s local ports; Downloading FLIR IP Config and running it; Entering an email address, password, and camera serial number before you can start configuring settings on your camera.

What app do I use for my FLIR  camera?

The FLIR One app is a free app that you can download from the App Store (iOS) or Play Store (Android). You will need to have a compatible device, such as an iPhone or iPad. Once you have downloaded the app, turn on your FLIR ONE by pressing and holding the power button until it turns on.

What do the colors on a thermal camera mean?

A thermal camera is a device that measures infrared radiation in the form of heat. The colors on a thermal camera represent different temperatures.

The colors on a thermal camera are not just for decoration, they are there to provide information about the temperatures of the objects in view. The brighter colors indicate higher temperatures, while the darker colors indicate lower temperatures.

Can FLIR look through walls?

FLIR is a thermal imaging camera(like flir e96 24) that can detect heat from the wall near the surface. It can’t see through walls, but it will be able to detect if there is an issue with a wall.

However, if there are any issues with the insulation or other factors, FLIR won’t be able to tell what is behind the wall.

How do I get pictures off my FLIR camera?

There are two ways to get pictures off a FLIR camera. You can copy and paste the images from the camera drive to a folder on your PC. The drivers will map the camera to a drive letter, which you can then access from Windows Explorer.

The other option is to use the FLIR Tools software, which allows you to download all of the images in one click.

How far away does FLIR work?

The range at which FLIR will be able to detect something is determined by how much-infrared radiation it emits and how sensitive your FLIR camera is. If you are looking for a more accurate temperature reading, you should be no more than 5 to 10 feet (1.5 to 3 m) away from the object you want to measure.

Can FLIR see through the rain?

The FLIR ONE Pro is a thermal imaging camera that can see in total darkness, through light fog, light rain, and snow. It’s the world’s first truly handheld thermal imaging camera that is affordable for anyone.

Does FLIR work at night?

Are you looking for a high-tech, cutting-edge tool that also has a cool factor? The FLIR is the coolest device on the planet, and it’s up to you to discover how cool this product is. Note that FLIR cameras can see in complete darkness – no IR light is needed.

How often should a FLIR camera be calibrated?

The FLIR camera should be calibrated at least once every year. This is because the camera will lose accuracy over time and it needs to be recalibrated for accuracy.

How can I tell if my FLIR camera is working properly?

A FLIR camera is a thermal imaging camera that can be used for a variety of purposes. It can be used to detect energy leaks, electrical shorts, and other problems. It is also helpful in detecting the cause of fires.

There are many ways you can tell if your FLIR camera is working properly. The first thing you should do is check the battery levels and turn it on to see if it works. You should also make sure that the lens cover is clean and not damaged in any way. If you are not able to detect anything with your FLIR camera, there are two possible reasons: either the lens cover is dirty or your battery needs to be replaced.

Why are FLIR sensors so expensive?

Why is a thermal camera more expensive than a regular camera? There are different reasons for this, but the principal one is the cost of materials used in lenses.

FLIR E96 Advanced Thermal Imaging Camera Specifications:

  • Thermal Sensitivity/NETD:<40 mK at 30°C (86°F)
  • Accuracy:±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of the reading
  • Digital Camera:5 MP, with built-in LED photo/video lamp
  • Display:4″, 640 × 480-pixel touchscreen LCD with auto-rotation
  • Storage Media: Removable SD card
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FLIR Systems was established in 1978 to pioneer the development of high-performance infrared imaging systems, and is the world leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of thermal imaging systems for a wide variety of commercial, industrial, and government applications. Today, FLIR Systems embraces five major companies with outstanding achievements in infrared technology since 1958—the Swedish AGEMA Infrared Systems (formerly AGA Infrared Systems), the three United States companies Indigo Systems, FSI, and Inframetrics, and the French company Cedip.

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DATA sheet

Data Sheet


Image and optical data
Field of view

24° × 18°

Focal length

17 mm (0.67 in)


Continuous LDM, Manual, One-shot contrast, One-shot LDM

Image frequency

30 Hz

Infrared Resolution

640×480 (307,200 pixels)

Thermal sensitivity

<40 mK @ 30°C (86°F)

Image mode
Aspect ratio


Color pallete

Arctic, Gray, Iron, Lava, Rainbow, Rainbow HC



image adjustment

image file format

Standard JPEG

Image mode

Infrared image, Visual image

image storage

SD card (8 GB)

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screen size

4 in

measurnment and analysis
Measurment correction

Measurment function

Audible/visual alarms (above/below) on any selected measurement function

Temperature range

–20 to 120°C