Detect faults in industrial, electrical, and mechanical systems or spot temperature anomalies in R&D tests using FLIR T540. This ergonomic thermal camera boasts 464 × 348 resolution, 1-Touch Level/Span, and continuous laser-assisted autofocus.
Ideal for non-contact diagnostics in condition monitoring and research. Simplify surveys, troubleshooting, and repairs with Inspection Route mode, record data logically. Macro Mode for R&D analysis. T540, paired with Research Studio, identifies hot spots and design flaws. FLIR Ignite auto-uploads images to cloud.
T540 purchase includes 3-month FLIR Thermal Studio Pro and FLIR Route Creator subscription.
Quickly make important decisions: using laser-assisted autofocus, ensuring accurate temperature readings for confident and swift choices.
Flexible and easy to use: The T540 offers a 180° rotatable optical block, allowing comfortable imaging of targets from different angles throughout the day.
Intuitive user interface: Effortlessly navigate the capacitive touchscreen menu and customize your experience using two programmable buttons.
Whether it’s your responsibility to maintain a factory’s uptime or keep the power flowing through distribution networks, FLIR T-Series thermal cameras offer the flexibility, precision, and features needed to inspect equipment safely and prevent breakdowns. These high-quality thermal imaging cameras pair outstanding range and resolution with the ergonomics professional thermographers need to work comfortably all day long. From the 180° optical block rotation on the FLIR T540 model, to the OSX™ Precision HDIR optical system designed exclusively for the T1K, the T-Series offers the next level in design and performance.
Simplify thermal inspections and spend less time in the field with this new generation of ergonomic T-Series cameras. From the 180° rotating optical block to the simplified state-of-the-art connectivity, the T500-Series will help you find hot spots and potential faults quickly and efficiently.
Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX) for easier interpretation of an image – 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 you 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.