Here is a break down on the differences between the cameras.
ICam and BCam SD cameras don’t have a built in digital camera. These cameras are the equivalent of an i40 or b40 respectively only no digital camera.
i Series- Higher temperature range. There are actually 2 different temperature ranges settings- -4 to 248 (which actually tops out at 302) and 32 to 662 (which actually tops out at about 698.)
b Series- only has the -4 to 248 range. Major key in these cameras is the insulation and dew point alarms. Left image shows the Insulation and the right image the Dew point.
There is no sensitivity difference between the i and b Series cameras per specification on all models 0.1C at 25C.
40 Series- 120x120 resolution or 14,400 pixels, No Laser Pointer, Fixed Picture In Picture (PIP) Fusion Size, 0.6M pixel built in digital camera with lighting
50 Series- 140x140 resolution or 19,600 pixels (which is the same as the FLUKE cameras), Laser Pointer and 3 step resizeable PIP Fusion, 2.3M pixel built in digital camera with lighting
60 Series- 180x180 resolution or 32,400, On screen marker for Laser Pointer, High and Cold Temperature markers for the HOT BOX square or on the entire screen, 2.3M pixel built in digital camera with lighting
These are i40 images (b40 image would be the same)
These are some b60 images
You can see the box temperature measurement but on the last image you can see what the hot/cold marker is and also the laser marker dot.
Also all FLIR Cameras have built in LEDs, field replaceable batteries, and a pouch (additional accessory) for which comes in very handy when climbing ladders which are options that the FLUKE cameras don’t have.
Also all FLIR Images are standard radiometric jpegs so that means you don’t need another software (which the FLIR cameras have for free) to make reports. So that means you can put them into emails or whatever without ever going into another software. Files sizes are about 80-300kb (80k for a standard infrared and just over 300k for a Fusion image)
The images here came directly off the camera and made even smaller with a standard picture processing software so they transfer easier through the internet.
There are quite a few other things that I would be happy to share with you about the differences if you want to contact me.
Level III itc Certified Thermographer