FLIR AX8 Continuous Condition and Safety Monitoring IR Camera

  • AUTOMATIC ANALYSIS AND ALARMS

    Streaming video output means the AX8 can provide live video of every installation plus automated alarming.

  • INDUSTRIAL PROTOCOLS

    Ethernet/IP and Modbus TCP compliant so analysis and alarm results can be easily shared to a PLC.

  • COMPACT AND EASY TO INSTALL

    The AX8 measures only 54 x 25 x 95 mm, making it easy to install in space-constrained areas for uninterrupted condition monitoring.

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FLIR AX8 Condition and Safety Monitoring Thermal Imaging Camera

The FLIR AX8 combines thermal imaging with a visual camera in one small, affordable package for continuous temperature monitoring and alarming. The AX8 helps you guard against unplanned outages, service interruptions, and failure of electrical or mechanical equipment.

Compact and easy to install, the AX8 provides continuous monitoring of electrical cabinets, process and manufacturing areas, data centers, energy generation and distribution, transportation and mass transit, storage facilities, and refrigeration warehouses.

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