• -4 to 482°F temperature range
  • 4800 pixels (80 x 60)
  • 2% accuracy
  • Thermal sensitivity: < 0.15°C
  • Centerspot measuring mode
  • 9Hz frame rate
  • Focus free
  • 45° x 34° field of view
  • 3 inch color LCD display
  • File format: Radiometric jpg
  • Swappable Li-ion Battery with 4 hour life
  • Simultaneous storage of IR/Visual/MSX images
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What's in the Box

  • Power supply/charger with four plugs
  • Rechargeable battery
  • USB cable
  • Hard transport case


The FLIR E4 thermal imaging infrared camera is the first true thermal camera with a list price under $1000. Loaded with features, including FLIRs Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX) technology, the E4 brings high quality thermal imaging as well as point and shoot simplicity to energy auditors, building inspectors, electrical contractors, predictive maintenance specialists, HVAC professionals, insulation contractors, and many more.

The fully-automatic FLIR E4 thermal imaging infrared camera is easy to use out of the box and offers 60 x 80 pixel resolution suitable for everyday, general diagnostic work. The unit is rugged while weighing just 1.2 pounds. The E4 has a temperature range of -4 to 482°F with < 0.15˚C thermal sensitivity and 2% accuracy. Images are shown on the large, 3.0" LCD color display as well as automatically stored in the internal memory for later viewing. The swappable Li-ion battery provides 4-hours of life. The E4 is protected by an unmatched Warranty – FLIR's exclusive Double Diamond warranty covers the whole camera for 2 years, the battery for 5 years, and the detector for 10 full years.

This FLIR infrared camera boasts Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX) for easier interpretation of an image. MSX adds visible spectrum definition to IR images by detecting the edges of objects and including that detail in the thermal image. Text becomes clearly visible so that users can read a label or identifier within the IR image. This exclusive function provides extraordinary thermal detail that instantly highlights and orients problem locations and eliminates the need to refer back to a visual image for detail.