FLIR T560 24° Professional Thermal Camera
Troubleshoot hot spots, find hidden faults, and confirm repairs quickly with the ergonomic, high-resolution FLIR T560. This 640 × 480 (307,200 pixel) thermal imaging camera has a bright 4″ LCD and a 180° rotating lens platform, so you can easily and comfortably diagnose electrical or mechanical issues, even in hard-to-reach areas. Advanced on-camera measurement tools such as 1-Touch Level/Span, plus laser-assisted autofocus, ensure you’ll record accurate temperature measurements every time. Pair the T560 with a FLIR FlexView™ dual field-of-view lens for the convenience to instantly switch from wide-area to telephoto scanning without changing the lens. With on-board FLIR Inspection Route mode, you can download and run survey plans to your camera from FLIR Thermal Studio Pro (with FLIR Route Creator plugin). Together these systems will help you record temperature data and imagery in a logical sequence for faster troubleshooting and repair.
The purchase of a T560 camera includes a 3-month subscription to FLIR Thermal Studio Pro and FLIR Route Creator.
Resolution, Comfort, And Outstanding Performance
MAKE CRITICAL DECISIONS QUICKLY
Laser-assisted autofocus guarantees you’ll get tack-sharp focus for accurate temperature readings that lead to quick but solid decisions.
FLEXIBLE AND ERGONOMIC
The T560’s optical block rotates 180°, so you can image targets at any angle—comfortably—all day long.
IMPROVE WORKFLOW EFFICIENCIES
Plan inspections in FLIR Thermal Studio Pro and load into a T560 with the FLIR Inspection Route camera option to streamline surveys and better manage critical data. Activate FLIR Ignite for automatic image uploads directly from the camera to the cloud for efficient and secure storage and sharing.
FLIR T560 24° Specifications
Thermal Sensitivity/NETD: <40 mK @ 30°C (86°F)
Accuracy: ±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of 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