FLIR IRW-2C 2 Infrared Inspection Windows

  • BROADBAND TRANSMISSION

    FLIR IR Windows broadband crystal lenses transmit short, mid, and longwave IR while also allowing illumination to shine through.

  • DURABLE STAINLESS STEEL OPTION

    Choose the standard anti-corrosion anodized aluminum frame, or if there are mixed-metal concerns, opt for durable stainless steel.

  • PIRMA-LOCK RELIABILITY

    Tried and true FLIR PIRma Lock locknut technology holds the ring in place so there’s no need for extra screws.

Description

FLIR Infrared Camera Window with PIRma Lock

FLIR IR Windows add a barrier between you and energized equipment, protecting you from arc flash accidents. IR windows are easy to install, easy to use, and will help you work with greater confidence. You’ll perform inspections more efficiently and reduce the threat of arc flash injury, all while staying in compliance with NFPA 70E requirements.

Choose the anodized aluminum frame, or opt for durable stainless steel to prevent mixed metal issues.

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