FLIR C5 Compact Thermal Camera

  • FIND AND TROUBLESHOOT

    Quickly find hidden faults and reduce diagnostic time thanks to MSX, 160 x 120 true thermal imaging, and 1-Touch Level Span

  • DOCUMENT AND SHARE

    Directly upload images using FLIR Ignite cloud connectivity, then create professional reports and email them to customers

  • RUGGED, RELIABLE, COMPACT

    Take the pocket-portable C5 with you to every job – it’s IP54 rated for protection against water and dust and designed to withstand a 2 m drop

Description

 

FLIR C5 Compact Building Inspection Thermal Camera

With the FLIR C5 in your pocket you’ll be ready anytime to find hot fuses, air leaks, plumbing issues, and more.

Identifying hidden problems is easy with the 160 x 120 (19,200 pixels) true thermal imager, MSX® (Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging), 5-megapixel visual camera, and LED flashlight.

The C5 directly uploads and stores your images to the FLIR Ignite™ cloud, where you can organize and back up files.

Then instantly share images with customers or create professional reports that document the problem and required repairs.

 

FLIR C5 Thermal Camera Technical Specifications

OVERVIEW
AccuracyAt ambient temp. 15 to 35°C (59 to 95°F) and object temp. above 0°C (32°F), 0 to 100°C (32 to 212°F): ±3°C (±5.5°F), 100 to 400°C (212 to 752°F): ±3%
Digital Camera5 MP
Image ModesInfrared image, Visual image, MSX (Embossed visual details on thermal image), Picture-in-picture (IR area on visual image)
Storage MediaInternal memory and onboard FLIR Ignite cloud connectivity (with Wi-Fi)
IMAGING & OPTICAL
Color PalettesIron, Gray, Rainbow, Arctic, Lava, Rainbow HC
Digital Camera5 MP
FLIR Screen-EST ModeNo
FocusFocus free
GalleryThumbnails and custom folder structure
Image Frequency8.7 Hz
Image ModesInfrared image, Visual image, MSX (Embossed visual details on thermal image), Picture-in-picture (IR area on visual image)
Minimum Focus DistanceThermal: 0.1 m (3.94 in), MSX: 0.3 m (11.8 in)
Spectral Range8 to 14 µm
MEASUREMENT & ANALYSIS
AccuracyAt ambient temp. 15 to 35°C (59 to 95°F) and object temp. above 0°C (32°F), 0 to 100°C (32 to 212°F): ±3°C (±5.5°F), 100 to 400°C (212 to 752°F): ±3%
Camera size (L x W x H)138 x 84 x 24 mm (5.4 x 3.3 x 0.94 in)
Measurements correctionEmissivity; matt/semi-matt/semi-gloss + custom value, Reflected apparent temperature, Atmospheric compensation
Object Temperature Range-20 to 400°C (-4 to 752°F)
Thermal Sensitivity<70 mK
USER INTERFACE
TouchscreenCapacitive touch
POWER
Battery operating time4 hours
Battery typeRechargeable built-in Lithium ion battery
Charging systemUSB-C (1 A)
Charging Time2 hours
External Power Operation5 V, USB-C
ENVIRONMENTAL & CERTIFICATIONS
Drop test2 m (6.6 ft)
EncapsulationCamera housing and lens: IP54 (IEC 60529)
Operating Temperature Range-10 to 50°C (14 to 122°F)
Storage Temperature Range-40 to 70°C (-40 to 158°F)
Tripod MountingUNC 1/4" -20 (built-in)

 

FLIR C5 Product Datasheet

FLIR C5 Compact Thermal Camera Datasheet

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