The FLIR T560 Thermal Camera can be used to troubleshoot hot spots, find hidden faults and confirm repairs. It is suitable for inspecting power generation, electrical transmission and distribution, and manufacturing equipment. To this end, it is equipped with advanced imaging technology and a high thermal resolution.
The FLIR T560 Thermal Camera can be purchased with a selection of lenses; please see the table below for an overview of the options available.
|SKU||Camera & Lens/ Lenses|
|89001-0101||FLIR T560 with 14° Lens|
|89002-0101||FLIR T560 with 24° Lens|
|89003-0101||FLIR T560 with 42° Lens|
|89004-0101||FLIR T560 with 14° & 24° Lenses|
|89005-0101||FLIR T560 with 24° & 42° Lenses|
|89006-0101||FLIR T560 with 14°, 24° & 42° Lenses|
|89007-0101||FLIR T560 with 14° & 42° Lenses|
The FLIR T560 Thermal Camera's AutoCal™ optics means it can accommodate lenses ranging from wide-angle to telephoto. This also means that lenses can be shared across a fleet of T560 Thermal Cameras.
The FLIR T560 Thermal Camera captures radiometric thermal images. It has an IR resolution of 640 x 480px which provides 307 200 individual non-contact temperature measurement points. This allows large areas to be scanned quickly from a safe distance.
Inclusion of FLIR Vision Processing technology ensures the capture of clear, high-quality images. The FLIR T560 also features an MSX function which enhances the clarity of thermal images using digital details, allowing the user to identify components and the sources of faults more easily.
The FLIR T560 Thermal Camera is also equipped with an UltraMax function which captures a series of thermal images in quick succession. These thermal images are combined using FLIR's ResearchIR Software (NOT included) to create a single thermal image with a higher resolution.
Advanced Measurement Tools
To ensure precise measurements, the FLIR T560 Thermal Camera includes laser-assisted autofocus and 1-touch level/ span.
The FLIR T560 also supports on-screen laser distance measurements which enables the user to determine the distance to the components at the touch of a button.
Additionally, the FLIR T560 Thermal Camera includes built-in GPS which is used to embed location data into every image and the first frame of every video. Support for METERLiNK means measurement data gathered using METERLiNK-enabled FLIR clamp meters and multimeters can be added to images and videos.
The user can take measurements and capture images of overhead components due to the inclusion of a 180° rotating block. As a result, the FLIR T560 Thermal Camera can be used to identify and diagnose issues from any vantage point and in hard-to-reach areas.
Images are displayed on the FLIR T560 Thermal Camera’s 4” LCD display. The FLIR T560's display is 33% brighter and has a resolution that is four times greater than comparable cameras.
Easy to Use
The FLIR T560 Thermal Camera includes built-in navigation and reporting features to enable simple operation and documentation.
The FLIR T560 Thermal Camera’s rapid response touchscreen, combined with its two programmable buttons, means the user can quickly and easily access menus, folders and settings.
Survey plans can be downloaded from the supplied FLIR Thermal Studio Pro Software (FLIR Route Creator Plugin required) to the FLIR T560 Thermal Camera (FLIR Inspection Route firmware required) to streamline inspections.
The FLIR T560 Thermal Camera is a high-sensitivity, advanced, adaptable thermal imager suitable for diagnostic, troubleshooting and inspection applications.
FLIR T560 Thermal Camera Key Features
- Troubleshoot hot spots, find hidden faults and confirm repairs
- Inspect power generation, electrical transmission and distribution, and manufacturing equipment
- Advanced imaging technology
- High thermal resolution: 640 x 480px
- Can be purchased with a range of lenses
- AutoCal™ optics accommodates a variety of lenses
- Capture radiometric thermal images
- 307 200 individual non-contact temperature measurement points
- Scan large areas quickly from a safe distance
- FLIR Vision Processing technology
- MSX function
- UltraMax function
- Laser-assisted autofocus
- 1-touch level/span
- METERLiNK compatible
- 180° rotating block
- 4” LCD display that is 33% brighter and has a resolution that is four times than comparable cameras
- Built-in navigation and reporting features
- Rapid-response touchscreen
- Two programmable buttons
- Quickly and easily access menus, folders and settings
- Download survey plans from the FLIR Thermal Studio Pro Software (FLIR Route Creator Plugin and FLIR Inspection Route camera firmware are required)
- High-sensitivity, advanced and adaptable thermal imager
- Suitable for diagnostic, troubleshooting and inspection applications
- FLIR T560 Thermal Camera
- Your Choice of Lens/ Lenses
- 2x Batteries
- Battery Charger
- Hard Transport Case
- Front Lens Cap
- Power Supplies
- 8GB SD Card
- USB 2.0 A to USB Type-C Cable
- USB Type C to HDMI Cable
- USB Type-C to USB Type-C
- FLIR Thermal Studio Pro Software (3 Month Subscription)
- FLIR Route Plugin for the FLIR Thermal Studio Pro Software (3 Month Subscription)
FLIR T560 Thermal Camera Technical Specifications
|IR resolution||640 × 480 (307,200 pixels)|
|UltraMax® resolution||1.2 MP|
|Detector pitch||12 µm|
|Thermal sensitivity/NETD||<30 mK @ 30°C/86°F (42° lens)|
|Spectral range||7.5 - 14.0 µm|
|Detector type||Uncooled microbolometer|
|Imaging and Optical|
|Image frequency||30 Hz|
|F-number||f/1.1 (42° lens), f/1.3 (24° lens), f/1.4 (14° lens)|
|Macro mode (option with 24° lens)||50 µm min. focus distance|
|Focus||Continuous with laser distance meter (LDM), one-shot
LDM, one-shot contrast, manual
|Minimum focus distance||42° lens: 0.15 m (0.49 ft)|
|24° lens: 0.15 m (0.49 ft)|
|14° lens: 1 m (3.28 ft)|
|Digital zoom||1–8× continuous|
|Measurement and Analysis|
|Object temperature range||-20°C to 120°C (-4°F to 248°F)|
|0°C to 650°C (32°F to 1202°F)|
|300°C to 1500°C (572°F to 2732°F)|
|Accuracy, full range||±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading|
|Spotmeter and area||3 in live mode|
|Measurement presets||None, center spot, hot spot, cold spot, User Preset 1,
User Preset 2
|Laser distance meter||Yes; dedicated button|
|On-screen area measurement||Yes|
|Inspection routing||Camera firmware option; file created in FLIR Thermal
Studio Pro using FLIR Route Creator plug-in
|Voice||60 sec with built-in or Bluetooth® microphone and
speaker on still images and video
|Text||Text from predefined list or soft keyboard on touchscreen|
|Image sketch||Yes, on thermal image only|
|GPS||Location data automatically added to every still image
and first frame in video
|Storage media||Removable SD card|
|Image file format||Standard JPEG with measurement data included|
|Time lapse (infrared)||10 secs to 24 hrs|
|Video Recording and Streaming|
|Radiometric IR video recording||Real-time radiometric recording (.csq)|
|Non-radiometric IR or visual video recording||H.264 to memory card|
|Radiometric IR video streaming||Yes, over UVC|
|Non-radiometric IR video streaming||H.264 or MPEG-4 over Wi-Fi; MJPEG over UVC or Wi-Fi|
|Video out||DisplayPort over USB Type-C|
|Laser pointer||Class 2, position automatically displayed on the infrared image|
|Battery type||Li-ion battery, charged in camera or on separate charger|
|Battery operating time||>4 hours at 25°C (77°F), typical use|
|Operating temperature range||-15°C to 50°C (5°F to 122°F)|
|Shock/vibration/encapsulation/ safety||25 g / IEC 60068-2-27, 2 g / IEC 60068-2-6 / IP 54; EN/ UL/CSA/PSE 60950-1|
|Weight (including battery)||1.3 kg (2.9 lb)|
|Size (l × w × h, lens vertical)||140 × 201 × 84 mm (5.5 × 7.9 × 3.3 in)|