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EC – the "Extra Class" for thermal image recordings

Light, robust and with protection class IP54: The user-friendly EC-series of the Highest Class with swiveling color LCD display

The cameras weighing only 500 g perfectly fit onto your palm, their robust construction with protection class IP54 is shock-tested to 25G and vibration-tested to 2.5G and can thus also cope with rough environments.

The convenient single-handed control of the EC cameras via the ergonomically arranged function keys and the neat menu navigation increase the system’s user friendliness.

The large LCD colour display pivotable by 270° enables the capturing of images even in poorly accessible locations.

Perfectly cable-free...

There is no external power supply or other cable connection required for measuring, for in EC cameras durable, exchangeable standard Li-ion batteries without memory effect are used, which enable continuous operation for several hours.

Professional thermography made easy...

Whether precise real-time measurement, high thermal sensitivity and measuring accuracy or large, pivotable colour LCD display – already in the basic equipment all EC thermal imaging cameras provide you with manifold equipment features, otherwise only to be found with upscale high-end models.

EC060V with DuoVision:


In case of the EC060V an additional digital camera for real images with integrated photo lamp for the perfect illumination of dark shooting areas provides the optional combined storage of real images and the corresponding thermal images and so simplifies a clear assignment of problematic areas.

The infrared camera’s practical DuoVision technology enables either infrared or real images to be displayed exclusively or a combination of overlapping images in varying degrees of transparency. This allows any damage or defects to be detected much more easily.

In addition the software DuoVision function allows you to display the overlapped images in varying degrees of intensity. Or to put more bluntly: you decide what you would like to see.

The DuoVision images created using this method provide a far more sophisticated means of analysis and a much more graphic form of documentation.