Q & A
Q: Can the FLIR E75 easily change lenses?
A: Yes, you the lenses for the new FLIR Exx models are autocalibrating. This means you no longer have to send your camera back to the factory to calibrate before adding a new lens.
Q: What lens sizes are available?
A: The FLIR E75 can take either a 14° telephoto lens, a standard 24° lens or a 42° wide-angle lens. There are kits available with different lens combinations or you can add them later, as your situation warrants.
Q: Does the FLIR E75 have a fixed focus lens?
A: No, the FLIR E75 has three different focusing capabilities. You can manually focus or using the integrated laser distance meter, do a one-shot focus or put it in autofocusing mode.
Q: Why does the FLIR E75 have an LED torch (lamp)?
A: To take full advantage of the FLIR MSX technology, you need both a thermal image and a visual one. Often, thermal images are taken in dark places (attics, basements, electrical panels) so there is no visual information for the camera to see. Having a built-in LED illuminates the scene and allows the MSX technology to greatly enhance your thermal images.
Q: How big is the screen on a FLIR E75?
A: The FLIR E75 has a pixel-less 4in screen. It also has a 160° viewing angle, meaning you can see the image from just about any direction. It is also covered in nearly indestructible Dragontrail™ Glass.
Q: Can you view your images over WiFI with an FLIR E75?
A: Yes, you can. The FLIR E75 can communicate with any Android or iOS-based device running the FLIR Tools App. The images are lag-free from your camera to your device. You can also control your E75 remotely from your smartphone.
Q: What is the maximum temperature on the FLIR E75?
A: The FLIR E75 had two temperature scales. You can set it to -4°F to 248°F or 32°F to 1200°F. There is an option to add a third scale of 572°F to 1830°F. This makes it perfect for building work, roofs, pests and heavy industrial applications.
Q: Can you connect other instruments with my FLIR E75?
A: FLIR offers MeterLink on select instruments. Once connected, any measurements you are making with those instruments will be captured with your thermal image. It’s one thing to know if there is a heat issue, it’s another to know what’s going on with your system when it does.
Q: What is the warranty on the FLIR E75?
A: The E75 has FLIR’s industry-leading coverage of 2 years of full protection, including parts and labor, 5 years on the battery and 10 years on the detector.