The Flir E6 Thermal Imaging IR Camera with Wi-Fi is a thermal camera that can be used for thermal imaging in a variety of maintenance applications. Images from the camera can be shared on mobile devices via your wireless internet connection.
Flir E6 Thermal Imaging IR Camera with Wi-Fi Pricing:
FLIR E6 WiFi
FLIR E8 WiFI
FLIR E5 WiFi
FLIR E4 WiFi
FLIR One Pro (Micro USB)
FLIR One Pro LT (Micro USB)
Flir E6 Thermal Imaging IR Camera with Wi-Fi Summary:
Pros: Wi-Fi connection. Automatic focus. Rugged design.
Cons: E6 model is expensive. No flash function.
Bottomline: An accurate, easy to use camera for thermal imaging. The design makes the camera both portable and durable on the job site.
Flir E6 Thermal Imaging IR Camera with Wi-Fi Features:
160 × 120 pixels
3.0 in. 320 × 240 color LCD
Camera size (L x W x H)
244 x 95 x 140 mm (9.6 x 3.7 x 5.5 in.)
Camera weight incl battery
0.575 kg (1.27 lb.)
45° × 34°
Thermal MSX, Thermal, Picture-in-Picture, Thermal blending, Digital camera
Minimum Focus Distance
0.5 m (1.6 ft.)
Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX)
IR image enhanced with visible camera detail
IR area on visual image
Spatial resolution (IFOV)
Digital Camera Resolution/FOV
640 × 480/55° × 43°
±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading, for ambient temperature 10°C to 35°C (+50°F to 95°F) and object temperature above +0°C (+32°F)
Object Temperature Range
–20°C to +250°C (–4°F to +482°F)
Reflected apparent temperature correction
Automatic, based on input of reflected temperature
Center spot; box with min./max.
<0.06°C (0.11°F) / <60 mK
Spotmeter and Area
Center spot; box with min./max.
WEEE 2012/19/EC, RoHs 2011/65/EC, C-Tick, EN 61000-6-3, EN 61000-6-2, FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B
Humidity (Operating and Storage)
IEC 60068-2-30/24 h 95% relative humidity
Operating Temperature Range
–15°C to +50°C (+5°F to +122°F)
ETSI EN 300 328, FCC 47 CSR Part 15, RSS-247 Issue 2
25 g (IEC 60068-2-27)
Storage Temperature Range
–40°C to +70°C (–40°F to +158°F)
2 g (IEC 60068-2-6)
Emissivity table of predefined materials/variable from 0.1 to 1.0
IP 54 (IEC 60529)/2m (6.6 ft.)
AC adapter, 90–260 VAC input, 5 VDC output to camera
USB Micro: Data transfer to and from PC and Mac device
Standard: 802.11 b/g/n, Frequency range: 2400–2480 MHz, 5150–5260 MHz. Max. output power: 15 dBm
Battery is charged inside the camera or in specific charger.
2.5 hours to 90% capacity in camera. 2 hours in charger.
Battery type & operating time
Rechargeable 3.6 V Li ion battery; approx. 4 hours typical use
Local adaptation of units, language, date and time formats
UL, CSA, CE, PSE and CCC
385 x 165 x 315 mm (15.2 x 6.5 x 12.4 in.)
Flir E6 Thermal Imaging IR Camera with Wi-Fi Box Contents:
- Infrared camera.
- Hard transport case.
- Battery (inside camera).
- USB cable.
- Power supply/charger with EU, UK, US and Australian plugs.
- Printed documentation.
Flir E6 Thermal Imaging IR Camera with Wi-Fi FAQs:
How much does the Flir E6 Thermal Imaging IR Camera with Wi-Fi cost?
The Flir E6 WiFi camera retails for $1,979.00.
How can I transfer images from the Flir E6 to my mobile device?
You can add and manage images on your mobile device by using the Flir mobile app. The app is available in the App Store and on Google Play.
Can the camera be used to detect leaks in a roof?
The E6 is designed to detect variations in temperature, so you could only use it to detect a leak if the water was warmer or cooler than the roofing material.
How do you charge the Flir E6 thermal camera?
The camera comes with a charger that you can plug into a regular power outlet.
What are some Flir E6 Thermal Imaging IR Camera alternatives?
- Flir, C2 Powerful & Compact Thermal Imaging System.
- Flir E8 Point-and-Shoot Thermal Imaging Camera.
- REED Instruments, R2050 80 x 80 px Resolution Thermal Imaging Camera.
- AEMC 2121.40 1950 Temperature/Infrared Imaging Camera.
- Flir E5-MR77 E5 Thermal Imaging IR Camera w/ Wi-Fi & MR77.
- Flir C2-NIST 72001-0101-NIST Professional Thermal Camera NIST.
Flir E6 Thermal Imaging IR Camera with Wi-Fi Reviews:
This is a really nice unit. A friend has one of these for his company and they put it to good use every week. Flir is a top company and they stand behind their products.
I use an E6 which has less resolution than the E8 but still has the MSX. I really like it for day to day work. It's also fast and doesn't require much if any setup to just " point and shoot". If you purchase one you can retire your old IR laser spot thermometer as you will never use it again.