FLIR Systems has launched five new thermal imaging cameras featuring its patented multispectral dynamic imaging (MSX) technology and thermal micro camera core, dramatically improving image quality and readability.
FLIR’s new imaging cameras include third generation FLIR ONE thermal camera attachments for smartphones, as well as two new dual sensor thermal cameras for drones and a ruggedised compact thermal camera for building inspectors.
FLIR ONE technology turns iOS and Android devices into an introductory-level thermal camera. The third generation of FLIR ONE features a new OneFit adjustable-height connector, including a USB-C version for Android, allowing it to attach to more devices than ever before.
The third generation FLIR ONE is the most affordable to date, with prices starting at £199.00, whilst the new FLIR ONE Pro, which includes a ruggedised design and more powerful set of imaging features, starts at £399.00.
The FLIR ONE Pro utilises MSX and VividIR advanced image processing, and includes multiple spot temperature meters and one-touch reporting capabilities to interpret and share results quickly. Fully integrated with the FLIR Tools app for in-depth data analysis, both the FLIR ONE and FLIR ONE Pro will be available in the first half of 2017.
Designed specifically to be mounted on drones, the FLIR Duo features FLIR’s Lepton thermal micro camera core, MSX technology and a HD 1080p visible camera which allows for high quality video capture.
Available at £819.99, the FLIR Duo offers onboard recording to a micro SD card and real-time remote control of camera functions. The device can be mounted to any airframe capable of holding popular cameras.
The advanced FLIR Duo R, which adds accurate temperature measurement for commercial applications, is priced at £1069.99.
FLIR will also be launching a new C3 model in the first quarter of 2017, available at £560.00 through established FLIR distribution partners and the FLIR online store.
The FLIR C3 is a ruggedised pocket-portable thermal camera which acts as a powerful diagnostic tool that can quickly pinpoint hidden electrical, energy efficiency or moisture issues. The C3 features a three-inch touchscreen and including Wi-Fi connectivity and a picture-in-picture function to enable better image comparison.
FLIR President and CEO, Andy Teich has commented on the new releases: “These innovative new thermal imaging devices further extend the utility and value of low-cost thermal imaging into consumer and small business applications.
Thermal imaging is more accessible than ever today thanks to our continued effort to make the technology smaller, more powerful and more affordable. We’re excited to provide a thermal imaging ‘sixth sense’ with the third generation FLIR ONE, FLIR Duo for drones, and FLIR C3 camera for professional users.”
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