FLIR TG275 Thermal Camera for Automotive Diagnostics

  • IDENTIFY MORE PROBLEMS, FASTER

    19,200 pixel IR camera and temperature range up to 550°C (1022°F) surpass the limitations of spot IR thermometers.

  • SUPERIOR IMAGE QUALITY, AFFORDABLE PRICE

    Get the sharp visual detail of FLIR MSX®, displayed on a vibrant 2.4-inch screen.

  • RUGGED AND RELIABLE

    Tough, drop-tested design with an IP54 enclosure that protects the camera from dirt, dust, and oil.

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FLIR TG275 Designed for Automotive Maintenance and Repair Professionals

The FLIR TG275 is designed specifically for automotive maintenance and repair technicians who want to accelerate diagnostic procedures and avoid undetected problems.

Featuring IGM (Infrared Guided Measurement), this diagnostic tool combines non-contact temperature measurement and thermal imaging. This camera helps you troubleshoot repairs, spot potential faults, and record images that will reassure your customer that the problem has been fixed.

This affordable thermal imager is ideal for diagnosing problems in relays and switches, parasitic drain on the battery, drive train components, HVAC system (vents), and much more.

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