Maintain Safety and Compliance

FLIR Solutions for 2023 NFPA 70B Standards

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ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

Keeping You Safe with Thermal Inspections

Protecting electrical maintenance pros is a high priority for the National Fire Protection Association: that's why 2023 NFPA 70B mandates thermal inspections every six months for critical electrical equipment that could endanger personnel.

As the world leader in infrared thermography, Teledyne FLIR offers the total solution for meeting NFPA standards, maintaining safety, and avoiding any potential liability. From professional thermal cameras to reporting/routing software, training, and expert advice, we'll help ensure a successful thermography program.

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From Recommended to Required: How FLIR Can Help You Meet NFPA 70B

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FLIR E76 with 24° Lens Bundle

The FLIR E76 is the perfect point-and-shoot camera for a customer on a budget. Bundled with FLIR Thermal Studio Pro software, the Route Creator Plug-in, and an Infrared Training Center Level I thermography course for $11,668—a savings of $739.

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FLIR T530 with FlexViewTM Lens Bundle

This T-Series camera with dual FOV lens is designed for all day imaging—at any angle—without causing strain. Bundled with a 42° lens, FLIR Thermal Studio Pro software plus the Route Creator Plug-in, and an Infrared Training Center Level I thermography course for $17,528—a savings of $2,438.

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FLIR T560 with FlexViewTM Lens Bundle

Your top choice for effective, indoor thermal inspections, offering brilliant 640 × 480 (307,000 pixels) imaging. Bundled with a 42° lens, a FLIR DM286 Industrial Imaging Multimeter, FLIR Thermal Studio Pro software with the Route Creator Plug-in, and an Infrared Training Center Level I thermography course—all for $27,038 ($3,367 savings). 

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3 Key Takeaways

The updated guidance outlines specific steps inspection programs must follow, including those governing the use of thermography to identify temperature differences, known as “Delta T” or ΔT.

To meet 2023 regulations:

icons_camera.png Electrical inspectors need access to a thermal imaging camera capable of measuring the ΔT of similar electrical components under similar loading
Icons_reporting.png Inspectors must be properly trained and qualified to use the thermal camera
icons_web training.png Inspectors need the appropriate reporting tools in order to document their findings as required—specifically noting the ΔT between their target and a reference area

 

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