FLIR ONE (Gen 2) Thermal Imaging Camera

FLIR ONE (Gen 2) Thermal Imaging Camera

Flir

Regular price £199.95 Sale (incl. VAT)

FLIR ONE™ is a compact thermal imager that detects invisible heat energy, allowing users to “see” and measure subtle changes in temperature. With separate models for Android and iOS devices, FLIR ONE attaches to smartphones and tablets via micro-USB (Android) or a lightning connector (iOS) and displays thermal images on the device’s screen. Powered by Lepton—FLIR’s smallest thermal camera module—FLIR ONE offers valuable solutions, like spotting energy leaks at home, locating a missing pet at night, or seeing in complete darkness. The device also includes a visible CMOS camera, which enables the use of FLIR’s patented MSX® technology.

THERMAL CAMERA ATTACHMENT FOR MOBILE DEVICES
Quick plug-and-play operation
• Connects to Android and iOS smartphones and tablets equipped with micro USB ports (Android) or lighting connectors (iOS)
• Generates 160 x 120 thermal video resolution
• Advanced spot measurement detects temperature differences as small as 0.18°F (0.1°C)
• Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging (MSX®) enhances thermal image detail

SIMPLE TO USE
Intuitive control with FLIR ONE App
• Auto shutter eliminates need to manually reset thermal sensor
• Includes nine different color palettes
• Record video and still images with common touchscreen gestures
• Easily share photos and video on popular social media channels

MULTIPLE APPLICATIONS
From home improvement and personal safety to art
• Improve energy efficiency by pinpointing heat loss and water leaks
• Monitor pet health and safety
• Save time and money by locating car problems
• Observe wildlife while hiking or camping
• Create artistic thermal images using FLIR ONE Panorama™, FLIR ONE TimeLapse™, and FLIR ONE CloseUp™

Specification

General

 

Certifications

MFi (iOS version), RoHS, CE/FCC, CEC-BC, EN61233

Operating temperature

0°C – 35°C (32˚F – 95˚F)

Battery charging 0°C – 30°C (32˚F – 86˚F)

Non-operating temperature

0°C – 35°C

Size

WxHxD = 65x29x18mm

Weight

32g

Mechanical Shock

Drop from 1.5m (≈5ft.)

Imaging and Optical Data

 

 

 

Thermal Sensor

12μm pixel size, 8 – 14 μm spectral range

Thermal resolution

160x120

Visual resolution

640x480

Horizontal Field of View

Horizontal 46˚ ± 1˚/ Vertical 35˚ ± 1˚

Frame rate

8.7Hz

Focus

Fixed 15cm - Infinity

Measurement

 

Temperature Range

-20°C - 120°C (68˚F - 248˚F)

Accuracy

±3°C or ±5%

Percent of the difference between ambient and scene temperature. Applicable 60s after start-up when the unit is within 15°C – 35°C (59˚F – 95˚F) and the scene is within 5°C – 120°C (41˚F - 248˚F).

Emissivity settings

Matte: 95%, Semi-Matte: 80%, Semi-Glossy: 60%, Glossy: 30%

MRDT

150mK

Shutter

Automatic/Manual

Power

 

Battery life

1h

Battery charge time

40min

iOS device charging

Pass-through using micro-USB

Android device charging

No pass-through charging

Interfaces

 

iOS device

Male Lightning

Android device

Male micro USB

Charging

Female micro USB (5V/1A)

App

 

Video and still image display/capture

Saved as 640x480

File formats

Still images – radiometric jpeg

Video – MPEG-4

Capture modes

Video, Still image, Time lapse and Panorama

Palettes

Gray (white hot), Hottest, Coldest, Iron, Rainbow, Contrast, Arctic, Lava and Wheel.

Spot meter

Off / °C / °F. Resolution 0.1°C / 0.1°F

Adjustable MSX distance

0.3m – Infinity

 

IOS Device Compatibility
iPhone 6 / iPhone 6 Plus iPhone 5 / iPhone 5s iPad Air / iPad Air 2 iPad Mini / iPad Mini 3 iPad (4th Generation)

Android Device Compatibility

Manufacturer Model Operating System Comments
Samsung S5 ver2 Lollipop (5.0) Sucessfully tested
Samsung S6 Lollipop (5.2) Sucessfully tested
Samsung Galaxy Tablet S10.5 KitKat (4.4.2) Video recording slow
Samsung Galaxy Tablet S8.4 KitKat (4.4.2) Video recording slow
Motorola Nexus 6 Lollipop (5.1) Sucessfully tested
Asus Nexus 7 Lollipop (5.1.1) Video recording slow
Asus Nexus 7 Lollipop (5.1) Video recording slow
HTC ONE M8 Lollipop (5.0) Sucessfully tested
LG V 400 Lollipop (5.0) Video recording does not work well

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