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Batman

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Hello,

I'm starting to learn something about thermal IR imaging.

I was looking at Flir and Fluke products. 

I can't find out what's the main difference between the Flir's EXX and EXX-bx series is? 
Must be something basic, I believe so basic it it makes it obvious. But I can't see the obvious apparently...... too sleepy?

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Hi,

The only difference I see is that the EXX have a thermal sensitivity of <0.05degC and the EXX-BX have this at <0.045degC.

Is this all?
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Cut and paste from FLIR website.
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Bx Models for Building Applications

The FLIR E-Series bx are designed for building inspections such as discovering missing insulation, solar cell failures, moisture intrusion, and air infiltration. The bx models have slightly different temperature ranges compared to the E-Series cameras and have the addition of the insulation and dew point alarms. The higher thermal sensitivity (<.045°C) helps you see subtler temperature differences and heat patterns that make finding moisture intrusion, pest infestations, and more much easier. These features can help you detect issues faster while giving you the data you need to fix the problem.
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Check the temperature ranges, I believe it's higher in the EX.
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