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Imaging and optical data Detector data Image presentation Image presentation modes Measurement Screening mode Inspection mode Measurement analysis Alarm Set-up Service functions Storage of images Image annotations Video recording in camera Video streaming Digital camera Laser pointer Data communication interfaces Radio Power system Environmental data Physical data Warranty and service Shipping information Imaging and optical data Detector data Image presentation Image presentation modes Measurement Screening mode Inspection mode Measurement analysis Alarm Set-up Service functions Storage of images Image annotations Video recording in camera Video streaming Digital camera Laser pointer Data communication interfaces Radio Power system Environmental data Physical data Warranty and service Shipping information Imaging and optical data Detector data Image presentation Image presentation modes Measurement Screening mode Inspection mode Measurement analysis Alarm Set-up Service functions Storage of images Image annotations Video recording in camera Video streaming Digital camera Laser pointer Data communication interfaces Radio Power system Environmental data Physical data Warranty and service Shipping information Imaging and optical data Detector data Image presentation Image presentation modes Measurement Screening mode Inspection mode Measurement analysis Alarm Set-up Service functions Storage of images Image annotations Video recording in camera Video streaming Digital camera Laser pointer Data communication interfaces Radio Power system Environmental data Physical data Warranty and service Shipping information FAQs

Die Kameramodelle im direkten Vergleich mit ihrem Vorgänger, Änderungen sind rechts mit grün markiert:

  • FLIR E53 - E54
  • FLIR E75 - E76
  • FLIR E85 - E86
  • FLIE E95 - E96

FLIR E53 - E54

Product nameFLIR E53 24°

FLIR E54 24°

Revision68992

71020

Last modified2020-07-17

2020-10-13

(Video) FLIR T5xx QuickStart Tutorial

Imaging and optical data

Infrared resolution240 × 180 pixels

320 × 240 pixels

NETD<40 mK @ +30°C<40 mK @ +30°C
Field of view24° × 18°24° × 18°
Minimum focus distance0.15 m0.15 m
Minimum focus distance with MSX0.5 m0.5 m
Focal length17 mm17 mm
Spatial resolution (IFOV)1.75 mrad/pixel

1.31 mrad/pixel

Lens identificationAutomaticAutomatic
f number1.31.3
Image frequency30 Hz30 Hz
FocusManualManual
Field of view matchYesYes
Digital zoom1–4× continuous1–4× continuous

Detector data

Focal plane array/spectral rangeUncooled microbolometer/7.5–14 µmUncooled microbolometer/7.5–14 µm
Detector pitch17 µm17 µm

Image presentation

Resolution640 × 480 pixels (VGA)640 × 480 pixels (VGA)
Surface brightness (cd/m2)400400
Screen size4 in.4 in.
Viewing angle80°80°
Color depth (bits)2424
Aspect ratio4:34:3
Auto-rotationYesYes
TouchscreenOptically bonded PCAPOptically bonded PCAP
Display technologyIPSIPS
Cover glass materialDragontrail®Dragontrail®
Programmable buttons11
ViewfinderNoNo
Image adjustment
  • Automatic
  • Automatic maximum
  • Automatic minimum
  • Manual
  • Automatic
  • Automatic maximum
  • Automatic minimum
  • Manual

Image presentation modes

Infrared imageYesYes
Visual imageYesYes
Thermal fusionNoNo
YesYes
Picture in PictureCentered infrared area on the visual imageCentered infrared area on the visual image
GalleryYesYes

Measurement

Camera temperature range
  • –20 to 120°C
  • 0 to 650°C
  • –20 to 120°C
  • 0 to 650°C
Object temperature range and accuracy (for ambient temp. 15 to 35°C
  • Range –20 to 120°C:
    • –20 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 120°C: ±2%
  • Range 0 to 650°C:
    • 0 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 650°C: ±2%
  • Range –20 to 120°C:
    • –20 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 120°C: ±2%
  • Range 0 to 650°C:
    • 0 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 650°C: ±2%

Screening mode

Sampling average modeRecommended temperature range: 30 to 45°C in stable room temperature Accuracy (drift): ±0.3°CNo external blackbody needed.Recommended temperature range: 30 to 45°C in stable room temperature Accuracy (drift): ±0.3°CNo external blackbody needed.

Inspection mode

FLIR Inspection route

Enabled in the camera

Measurement analysis

Spotmeter3 in live mode3 in live mode
Area1 in live mode1 in live mode
Automatic hot/cold detectionAuto-maximum/minimum markers within areaAuto-maximum/minimum markers within area
Measurement presets
  • No measurements
  • Center spot
  • Hot spot
  • Cold spot
  • 3 spots
  • Hot spot–Spot
  • No measurements
  • Center spot
  • Hot spot
  • Cold spot
  • 3 spots
  • Hot spot–Spot
Difference temperatureYes: as preset (Hot spot–Spot)Yes: as preset (Hot spot–Spot)
Reference temperatureYes: in preview modeYes: in preview mode
Emissivity correctionYes: variable from 0.01 to 1.0 or selected from materials listYes: variable from 0.01 to 1.0 or selected from materials list
Measurement correctionsYesYes
External optics/windows correctionYesYes

Alarm

Color alarm (isotherm)
  • Above
  • Below
  • Interval
  • Condensation (moisture/humidity/dewpoint)
  • Insulation
  • Above
  • Below
  • Interval
  • Condensation (moisture/humidity/dewpoint)
  • Insulation
Measurement function alarmAudible/visual alarms (above/below)Audible/visual alarms (above/below)

Set-up

Color palettes
  • Iron
  • Gray
  • Rainbow
  • Arctic
  • Lava
  • Rainbow HC
  • Iron
  • Gray
  • Rainbow
  • Arctic
  • Lava
  • Rainbow HC
Setup commandsLocal adaptation of units, language, date and time formatsLocal adaptation of units, language, date and time formats
Languages2121

Service functions

Camera software updateUsing USB cable or SD cardUsing USB cable or SD card

Storage of images

Storage mediaRemovable memory; SD card (8 GB)Removable memory; SD card (8 GB)
Remote control operationUsing USB cable or Wi-FiUsing USB cable or Wi-Fi
Image file formatStandard JPEG, measurement data included. Infrared-only modeStandard JPEG, measurement data included. Infrared-only mode

Image annotations

Voice60 seconds built-in microphone and speaker (and via Bluetooth) on still images and video60 seconds built-in microphone and speaker (and via Bluetooth) on still images and video
TextText from predefined list or soft keyboard on touchscreenText from predefined list or soft keyboard on touchscreen
Visual image annotationYesYes
Image sketchYes: on infrared images onlyYes: on infrared images only
SketchFrom touchscreenFrom touchscreen
Wireless connection (Bluetooth) to: meters with Wireless connection (Bluetooth) to: meters with
CompassYesYes
Laser distance meter informationNoNo
Area measurement informationNoNo
GPSYes: location data automatically added to every still image and the first frame in video from built-in GPSYes: location data automatically added to every still image and the first frame in video from built-in GPS

Video recording in camera

Radiometric infrared-video recordingRTRR (.csq)RTRR (.csq)
Non-radiometric infrared-video recordingH.264 to memory cardH.264 to memory card
Visual video recordingH.264 to memory cardH.264 to memory card

Video streaming

Radiometric infrared–video streaming (compressed)Over UVCOver UVC
Non-radiometric video streaming (compressed: IR, , visual, Picture in Picture)
  • H.264 (AVC) over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MPEG4 over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MJPEG over UVC and RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • H.264 (AVC) over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MPEG4 over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MJPEG over UVC and RTSP (Wi-Fi)
Visual video streamingYesYes

Digital camera

Resolution5 MP with LED light5 MP with LED light
FocusFixedFixed
Field of view53° × 41°53° × 41°
Video lampBuilt-in LED lightBuilt-in LED light

Laser pointer

Laser pointerYesYes

Data communication interfaces

InterfacesUSB 2.0, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DisplayPortUSB 2.0, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DisplayPort
/BluetoothCommunication with headset and external sensorsCommunication with headset and external sensors
Wi-FiPeer to peer (ad hoc) or infrastructure (network)Peer to peer (ad hoc) or infrastructure (network)
AudioMicrophone and speaker for voice annotation of imagesMicrophone and speaker for voice annotation of images
USBUSB Type-C: data transfer/video/powerUSB Type-C: data transfer/video/power
USB standardUSB 2.0 High SpeedUSB 2.0 High Speed
Video outDisplayPortDisplayPort
Video connector typeDisplayPort over USB Type-CDisplayPort over USB Type-C

Radio

Operating frequencyBluetooth + EDR/LE: 2402–2480 MHz WLAN 2.4 GHz: 2412–2462 MHz WLAN 5 GHz: 5150–5350 MHz (DFS: only slave mode) Note that frequency band 5150–5350 MHz is for indoor use only, see national regulations.Bluetooth + EDR/LE: 2402–2480 MHz WLAN 2.4 GHz: 2412–2462 MHz WLAN 5 GHz: 5150–5350 MHz (DFS: only slave mode) Note that frequency band 5150–5350 MHz is for indoor use only, see national regulations.
RF output (EIRP)Bluetooth + EDR/LE: < 10 dBm WLAN: < 17 dBmBluetooth + EDR/LE: < 10 dBm WLAN: < 17 dBm
AntennaIntegrated PIFA antenna (gain: maximum 1.4 dBi)Integrated PIFA antenna (gain: maximum 1.4 dBi)

Power system

Battery typeRechargeable Li-ion batteryRechargeable Li-ion battery
Battery voltage3.6 V3.6 V
Battery operating time> 2.5 hours at 25°C and typical use> 2.5 hours at 25°C and typical use
Charging systemIn camera (AC adapter or 12 V from a vehicle) or two-bay chargerIn camera (AC adapter or 12 V from a vehicle) or two-bay charger
Charging time (using two-bay charger)2.5 hours to 90% capacity with charging status indicated by LEDs2.5 hours to 90% capacity with charging status indicated by LEDs
Charging temperature0°C to +‎45°C‎, except for the Korean market: +10°C to +‎45°C0°C to +‎45°C‎, except for the Korean market: +10°C to +‎45°C
External power operationAC adapter 90–260 V AC, 50/60 Hz, or 12 V from a vehicle (cable with standard plug—optional)AC adapter 90–260 V AC, 50/60 Hz, or 12 V from a vehicle (cable with standard plug—optional)
Power managementAutomatic shut-down and sleep modeAutomatic shut-down and sleep mode

Environmental data

Operating temperature range–15 to +50°C–15 to +50°C
Storage temperature range–40 to +70°C–40 to +70°C
Humidity (operating and storage)IEC 60068-2-30/24 hours/95% relative humidity 25–40°C/two cyclesIEC 60068-2-30/24 hours/95% relative humidity 25–40°C/two cycles
EMC
  • ETSI EN 301 489-1 (radio)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-17
  • EN 61000-6-2 (immunity)
  • EN 61000-6-3 (emission)
  • FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B (emission)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-1 (radio)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-17
  • EN 61000-6-2 (immunity)
  • EN 61000-6-3 (emission)
  • FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B (emission)
Radio spectrum
  • ETSI EN 300 328
  • FCC Part 15.249
  • RSS-247 Issue 2
  • ETSI EN 300 328
  • FCC Part 15.249
  • RSS-247 Issue 2
EncapsulationIP 54 (IEC 60529)IP 54 (IEC 60529)
Shock25g (IEC 60068-2-27)25g (IEC 60068-2-27)
Vibration2g (IEC 60068-2-6)2g (IEC 60068-2-6)
DropDesigned for 2 mDesigned for 2 m
SafetyEN/UL/CSA/PSE 60950-1EN/UL/CSA/PSE 60950-1

Physical data

Weight (including battery)1 kg1 kg
Size (L × W × H)278.4 × 116.1 × 113.1 mm278.4 × 116.1 × 113.1 mm
Battery weight140 g140 g
Battery size (L × W × H)150 × 46 × 55 mm150 × 46 × 55 mm
Tripod mountingUNC ¼″-20UNC ¼″-20
Housing materialPCABS with TPE, magnesiumPCABS with TPE, magnesium
ColorBlackBlack

Warranty and service

Warrantyhttp://www.flir.com/warranty/http://www.flir.com/warranty/

Shipping information

Packaging, typeCardboard boxCardboard box
Packaging, contents
  • Battery (2 ea)‎
  • Battery charger
  • Hard transport case
  • Infrared camera with lens
  • Lens cap,‎ front
  • Accessory Box I:
    • SD card (8 GB)‎
    • USB 2.0 A to USB Type-C cable,‎ 1.0 m
    • USB Type-C to HDMI adapter,‎ standard specification UH311
    • USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable (USB 2.0 standard)‎,‎ 1.0 m
    • Power supply for battery charger
    • Power supply,‎ 15 W/3 A
    • Printed documentation
  • Accessory box II:
    • Hand strap
    • Lanyard strap,‎ camera
    • Wrist strap
    • Lens cap strap
    • Front protection
    • Carabiner hook
    • Accessory box III:
      • Hand strap bracket, right
      • Hand strap bracket, left
      • Torx T10 wrench
      • Front protection fastener
      • Screws
  • Battery (2 ea)‎
  • Battery charger
  • FLIR Thermal Studio Starter
  • Hard transport case
  • Infrared camera with lens
  • Lens cap,‎ front
  • Accessory Box I:
    • SD card (8 GB)‎
    • USB 2.0 A to USB Type-C cable,‎ 1.0 m
    • USB Type-C to HDMI adapter,‎ standard specification UH311
    • USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable (USB 2.0 standard)‎,‎ 1.0 m
    • Power supply for battery charger
    • Power supply,‎ 15 W/3 A
    • Printed documentation
  • Accessory box II:
    • Hand strap
    • Lanyard strap,‎ camera
    • Wrist strap
    • Lens cap strap
    • Front protection
    • Carabiner hook
    • Accessory box III:
      • Hand strap bracket, right
      • Hand strap bracket, left
      • Torx T10 wrench
      • Front protection fastener
      • Screws
Packaging, weight5.4 kg5.4 kg
Packaging, size500 × 190 × 370 mm500 × 190 × 370 mm
EAN-134743254003781

4743254004733

UPC-12845188016630

845188022730

Country of originEstoniaEstonia

FLIR E75 - E76

Product nameFLIR E75 24°

FLIR E76 24°

Revision68986

70831

Last modified2020-07-17

2020-10-08

Imaging and optical data

Infrared resolution320 × 240 pixels320 × 240 pixels
(super-resolution)YesYes
NETD<40 mK @ +30°C<40 mK @ +30°C
Field of view24° × 18°24° × 18°
Minimum focus distance0.15 m0.15 m
Minimum focus distance with MSX0.5 m0.5 m
Focal length17 mm17 mm
Spatial resolution (IFOV)1.31 mrad/pixel1.31 mrad/pixel
Available extra lenses
  • 42° (AutoCal)
  • 14° (AutoCal)
  • 42° (AutoCal)
  • 14° (AutoCal)
Lens identificationAutomaticAutomatic
f number1.31.3
Image frequency30 Hz30 Hz
Focus
  • Continuous LDM
  • One-shot LDM
  • One-shot contrast
  • Manual
  • Continuous LDM
  • One-shot LDM
  • One-shot contrast
  • Manual
Field of view matchYesYes
Digital zoom1–4× continuous1–4× continuous

Detector data

Focal plane array/spectral rangeUncooled microbolometer/7.5–14 µmUncooled microbolometer/7.5–14 µm
Detector pitch17 µm17 µm

Image presentation

Resolution640 × 480 pixels (VGA)640 × 480 pixels (VGA)
Surface brightness (cd/m2)400400
Screen size4 in.4 in.
Viewing angle80°80°
Color depth (bits)2424
Aspect ratio4:34:3
Auto-rotationYesYes
TouchscreenOptically bonded PCAPOptically bonded PCAP
Display technologyIPSIPS
Cover glass materialDragontrail®Dragontrail®
Programmable buttons11
ViewfinderNoNo
Image adjustment
  • Automatic
  • Automatic maximum
  • Automatic minimum
  • Manual
  • Automatic
  • Automatic maximum
  • Automatic minimum
  • Manual

Image presentation modes

Infrared imageYesYes
Visual imageYesYes
Thermal fusionNoNo
YesYes
Picture in PictureResizable and movableResizable and movable
GalleryYesYes

Measurement

Camera temperature range
  • –20 to 120°C
  • 0 to 650°C
  • Optional 300 to 1000°C
  • –20 to 120°C
  • 0 to 650°C
  • Optional 300 to 1000°C
Object temperature range and accuracy (for ambient temp. 15 to 35°C
  • Range –20 to 120°C:
    • –20 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 120°C: ±2%
  • Range 0 to 650°C:
    • 0 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 650°C: ±2%
  • Optional Range 300 to 1000°C: ±2%
  • Range –20 to 120°C:
    • –20 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 120°C: ±2%
  • Range 0 to 650°C:
    • 0 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 650°C: ±2%
  • Optional Range 300 to 1000°C: ±2%

Screening mode

Sampling average modeRecommended temperature range: 30 to 45°C in stable room temperature Accuracy (drift): ±0.3°CNo external blackbody needed.Recommended temperature range: 30 to 45°C in stable room temperature Accuracy (drift): ±0.3°CNo external blackbody needed.

Inspection mode

FLIR Inspection route

Enabled in the camera

Measurement analysis

Spotmeter3 in live mode3 in live mode
Area1 in live mode

3 in live mode

Automatic hot/cold detectionAuto-maximum/minimum markers within areaAuto-maximum/minimum markers within area
Measurement presets
  • No measurements
  • Center spot
  • Hot spot
  • Cold spot
  • User preset 1
  • User preset 2
  • No measurements
  • Center spot
  • Hot spot
  • Cold spot
  • User preset 1
  • User preset 2
Difference temperatureYesYes
Reference temperatureYesYes
Emissivity correctionYes: variable from 0.01 to 1.0 or selected from materials listYes: variable from 0.01 to 1.0 or selected from materials list
Measurement correctionsYesYes
External optics/windows correctionYesYes

Alarm

Color alarm (isotherm)
  • Above
  • Below
  • Interval
  • Condensation (moisture/humidity/dewpoint)
  • Insulation
  • Above
  • Below
  • Interval
  • Condensation (moisture/humidity/dewpoint)
  • Insulation
Measurement function alarmAudible/visual alarms (above/below) on any selected measurement functionAudible/visual alarms (above/below) on any selected measurement function

Set-up

Color palettes
  • Iron
  • Gray
  • Rainbow
  • Arctic
  • Lava
  • Rainbow HC
  • Iron
  • Gray
  • Rainbow
  • Arctic
  • Lava
  • Rainbow HC
Setup commandsLocal adaptation of units, language, date and time formatsLocal adaptation of units, language, date and time formats
Languages2121

Service functions

Camera software updateUsing USB cable or SD cardUsing USB cable or SD card

Storage of images

Storage mediaRemovable memory; SD card (8 GB)Removable memory; SD card (8 GB)
Time lapse (periodic image storage)NoNo
Remote control operationUsing USB cable or Wi-FiUsing USB cable or Wi-Fi
Image file formatStandard JPEG, measurement data included. Infrared-only modeStandard JPEG, measurement data included. Infrared-only mode

Image annotations

Voice60 seconds built-in microphone and speaker (and via Bluetooth) on still images and video60 seconds built-in microphone and speaker (and via Bluetooth) on still images and video
TextText from predefined list or soft keyboard on touchscreenText from predefined list or soft keyboard on touchscreen
Visual image annotationYesYes
Image sketchYes: on infrared images onlyYes: on infrared images only
SketchFrom touchscreenFrom touchscreen
Wireless connection (Bluetooth) to: meters with Wireless connection (Bluetooth) to: meters with
CompassYesYes
Laser distance meter informationYesYes
Area measurement informationNoNo
GPSYes: location data automatically added to every still image and the first frame in video from built-in GPSYes: location data automatically added to every still image and the first frame in video from built-in GPS

Video recording in camera

Radiometric infrared-video recordingRTRR (.csq)RTRR (.csq)
Non-radiometric infrared-video recordingH.264 to memory cardH.264 to memory card
Visual video recordingH.264 to memory cardH.264 to memory card

Video streaming

Radiometric infrared–video streaming (compressed)Over UVCOver UVC
Non-radiometric video streaming (compressed: IR, , visual, Picture in Picture)
  • H.264 (AVC) over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MPEG4 over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MJPEG over UVC and RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • H.264 (AVC) over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MPEG4 over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MJPEG over UVC and RTSP (Wi-Fi)
Visual video streamingYesYes

Digital camera

Resolution5 MP with LED light5 MP with LED light
FocusFixedFixed
Field of view53° × 41°53° × 41°
Video lampBuilt-in LED lightBuilt-in LED light

Laser pointer

Laser alignmentPosition is automatically displayed on the infrared imagePosition is automatically displayed on the infrared image
Laser distance meterActivated by a dedicated buttonActivated by a dedicated button
LaserClass 2, 0.05–40 m ±1% of measured distanceClass 2, 0.05–40 m ±1% of measured distance

Data communication interfaces

InterfacesUSB 2.0, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DisplayPortUSB 2.0, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DisplayPort
/BluetoothCommunication with headset and external sensorsCommunication with headset and external sensors
Wi-FiPeer to peer (ad hoc) or infrastructure (network)Peer to peer (ad hoc) or infrastructure (network)
AudioMicrophone and speaker for voice annotation of imagesMicrophone and speaker for voice annotation of images
USBUSB Type-C: data transfer/video/powerUSB Type-C: data transfer/video/power
USB standardUSB 2.0 High SpeedUSB 2.0 High Speed
Video outDisplayPortDisplayPort
Video connector typeDisplayPort over USB Type-CDisplayPort over USB Type-C

Radio

Operating frequencyBluetooth + EDR/LE: 2402–2480 MHz WLAN 2.4 GHz: 2412–2462 MHz WLAN 5 GHz: 5150–5350 MHz (DFS: only slave mode) Note that frequency band 5150–5350 MHz is for indoor use only, see national regulations.Bluetooth + EDR/LE: 2402–2480 MHz WLAN 2.4 GHz: 2412–2462 MHz WLAN 5 GHz: 5150–5350 MHz (DFS: only slave mode) Note that frequency band 5150–5350 MHz is for indoor use only, see national regulations.
RF output (EIRP)Bluetooth + EDR/LE: < 10 dBm WLAN: < 17 dBmBluetooth + EDR/LE: < 10 dBm WLAN: < 17 dBm
AntennaIntegrated PIFA antenna (gain: maximum 1.4 dBi)Integrated PIFA antenna (gain: maximum 1.4 dBi)

Power system

Battery typeRechargeable Li-ion batteryRechargeable Li-ion battery
Battery voltage3.6 V3.6 V
Battery operating time> 2.5 hours at 25°C and typical use> 2.5 hours at 25°C and typical use
Charging systemIn camera (AC adapter or 12 V from a vehicle) or two-bay chargerIn camera (AC adapter or 12 V from a vehicle) or two-bay charger
Charging time (using two-bay charger)2.5 hours to 90% capacity with charging status indicated by LEDs2.5 hours to 90% capacity with charging status indicated by LEDs
Charging temperature0°C to +‎45°C‎, except for the Korean market: +10°C to +‎45°C0°C to +‎45°C‎, except for the Korean market: +10°C to +‎45°C
External power operationAC adapter 90–260 V AC, 50/60 Hz, or 12 V from a vehicle (cable with standard plug—optional)AC adapter 90–260 V AC, 50/60 Hz, or 12 V from a vehicle (cable with standard plug—optional)
Power managementAutomatic shut-down and sleep modeAutomatic shut-down and sleep mode

Environmental data

Operating temperature range–15 to +50°C–15 to +50°C
Storage temperature range–40 to +70°C–40 to +70°C
Humidity (operating and storage)IEC 60068-2-30/24 hours/95% relative humidity 25–40°C/two cyclesIEC 60068-2-30/24 hours/95% relative humidity 25–40°C/two cycles
EMC
  • ETSI EN 301 489-1 (radio)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-17
  • EN 61000-6-2 (immunity)
  • EN 61000-6-3 (emission)
  • FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B (emission)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-1 (radio)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-17
  • EN 61000-6-2 (immunity)
  • EN 61000-6-3 (emission)
  • FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B (emission)
Radio spectrum
  • ETSI EN 300 328
  • FCC Part 15.249
  • RSS-247 Issue 2
  • ETSI EN 300 328
  • FCC Part 15.249
  • RSS-247 Issue 2
EncapsulationIP 54 (IEC 60529)IP 54 (IEC 60529)
Shock25g (IEC 60068-2-27)25g (IEC 60068-2-27)
Vibration2g (IEC 60068-2-6)2g (IEC 60068-2-6)
DropDesigned for 2 mDesigned for 2 m
SafetyEN/UL/CSA/PSE 60950-1EN/UL/CSA/PSE 60950-1

Physical data

Weight (including battery)1 kg1 kg
Size (L × W × H)278.4 × 116.1 × 113.1 mm278.4 × 116.1 × 113.1 mm
Battery weight140 g140 g
Battery size (L × W × H)150 × 46 × 55 mm150 × 46 × 55 mm
Tripod mountingUNC ¼″-20UNC ¼″-20
Housing materialPCABS with TPE, magnesiumPCABS with TPE, magnesium
ColorBlackBlack

Warranty and service

Warrantyhttp://www.flir.com/warranty/http://www.flir.com/warranty/

Shipping information

Packaging, typeCardboard boxCardboard box
Packaging, contents
  • Battery (2 ea)‎
  • Battery charger
  • Hard transport case
  • Infrared camera with lens
  • Lens cap,‎ front
  • Lens cap,‎ front and rear (only for extra lenses)
  • Accessory Box I:
    • SD card (8 GB)‎
    • USB 2.0 A to USB Type-C cable,‎ 1.0 m
    • USB Type-C to HDMI adapter,‎ standard specification UH311
    • USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable (USB 2.0 standard)‎,‎ 1.0 m
    • Power supply for battery charger
    • Power supply,‎ 15 W/3 A
    • Printed documentation
  • Accessory box II:
    • Hand strap
    • Lanyard strap,‎ camera
    • Wrist strap
    • Lens cap strap
    • Front protection
    • Carabiner hook
    • Accessory box III:
      • Hand strap bracket, right
      • Hand strap bracket, left
      • Torx T10 wrench
      • Front protection fastener
      • Screws
  • Battery (2 ea)‎
  • Battery charger
  • FLIR Thermal Studio Starter
  • Hard transport case
  • Infrared camera with lens
  • Lens cap,‎ front
  • Lens cap,‎ front and rear (only for extra lenses)
  • Accessory Box I:
    • SD card (8 GB)‎
    • USB 2.0 A to USB Type-C cable,‎ 1.0 m
    • USB Type-C to HDMI adapter,‎ standard specification UH311
    • USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable (USB 2.0 standard)‎,‎ 1.0 m
    • Power supply for battery charger
    • Power supply,‎ 15 W/3 A
    • Printed documentation
  • Accessory box II:
    • Hand strap
    • Lanyard strap,‎ camera
    • Wrist strap
    • Lens cap strap
    • Front protection
    • Carabiner hook
    • Accessory box III:
      • Hand strap bracket, right
      • Hand strap bracket, left
      • Torx T10 wrench
      • Front protection fastener
      • Screws
(Video) Elektrothermografie (mit Gastreferentin Roswitha Sprenger)
Packaging, weight5.8 kg5.8 kg
Packaging, size500 × 190 × 370 mm (19.7 × 7.5 × 14.6 in.)500 × 190 × 370 mm (19.7 × 7.5 × 14.6 in.)
EAN-134743254002654

4743254004603

UPC-12845188013882

845188022600

Country of originEstoniaEstonia

FLIR E85 - E86

Product nameFLIR E85 24°

FLIR E86 24°

Revision68979

70838

Last modified2020-07-17

2020-10-08

Imaging and optical data

Infrared resolution384 × 288 pixels

464 × 348 pixels

(super-resolution)YesYes
NETD<40 mK @ +30°C<40 mK @ +30°C
Field of view24° × 18°24° × 18°
Minimum focus distance0.15 m0.15 m
Minimum focus distance with MSX0.5 m0.5 m
Focal length17 mm17 mm
Spatial resolution (IFOV)1.09 mrad/pixel

0.90 mrad/pixel

Available extra lenses
  • 42° (AutoCal)
  • 14° (AutoCal)
  • 42° (AutoCal)
  • 14° (AutoCal)
Lens identificationAutomaticAutomatic
f number1.31.3
Image frequency30 Hz30 Hz
Focus
  • Continuous LDM
  • One-shot LDM
  • One-shot contrast
  • Manual
  • Continuous LDM
  • One-shot LDM
  • One-shot contrast
  • Manual
Field of view matchYesYes
Digital zoom1–4× continuous1–4× continuous

Detector data

Focal plane array/spectral rangeUncooled microbolometer/7.5–14 µmUncooled microbolometer/7.5–14 µm
Detector pitch17 µm17 µm

Image presentation

Resolution640 × 480 pixels (VGA)640 × 480 pixels (VGA)
Surface brightness (cd/m2)400400
Screen size4 in.4 in.
Viewing angle80°80°
Color depth (bits)2424
Aspect ratio4:34:3
Auto-rotationYesYes
TouchscreenOptically bonded PCAPOptically bonded PCAP
Display technologyIPSIPS
Cover glass materialDragontrail®Dragontrail®
Programmable buttons11
ViewfinderNoNo
Image adjustment
  • Automatic
  • Automatic maximum
  • Automatic minimum
  • Manual
  • Automatic
  • Automatic maximum
  • Automatic minimum
  • Manual

Image presentation modes

Infrared imageYesYes
Visual imageYesYes
Thermal fusionNoNo
YesYes
Picture in PictureResizable and movableResizable and movable
GalleryYesYes

Measurement

Camera temperature range
  • –20 to 120°C
  • 0 to 650°C
  • 300 to 1200°C
  • –20 to 120°C
  • 0 to 650°C
  • 300 to 1500°C
Object temperature range and accuracy (for ambient temp. 15 to 35°C
  • Range –20 to 120°C:
    • –20 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 120°C: ±2%
  • Range 0 to 650°C:
    • 0 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 650°C: ±2%
  • Range 300 to 1200°C: ±2%
  • Range –20 to 120°C:
    • –20 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 120°C: ±2%
  • Range 0 to 650°C:
    • 0 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 650°C: ±2%
  • Range 300 to 1500°C: ±2%

Screening mode

Sampling average modeRecommended temperature range: 30 to 45°C in stable room temperature Accuracy (drift): ±0.3°CNo external blackbody needed.Recommended temperature range: 30 to 45°C in stable room temperature Accuracy (drift): ±0.3°CNo external blackbody needed.

Inspection mode

FLIR Inspection route

Enabled in the camera

Measurement analysis

Spotmeter3 in live mode3 in live mode
Area3 in live mode3 in live mode
Automatic hot/cold detectionAuto-maximum/minimum markers within areaAuto-maximum/minimum markers within area
Measurement presets
  • No measurements
  • Center spot
  • Hot spot
  • Cold spot
  • User preset 1
  • User preset 2
  • No measurements
  • Center spot
  • Hot spot
  • Cold spot
  • User preset 1
  • User preset 2
Difference temperatureYesYes
Reference temperatureYesYes
Emissivity correctionYes: variable from 0.01 to 1.0 or selected from materials listYes: variable from 0.01 to 1.0 or selected from materials list
Measurement correctionsYesYes
External optics/windows correctionYesYes

Alarm

Color alarm (isotherm)
  • Above
  • Below
  • Interval
  • Condensation (moisture/humidity/dewpoint)
  • Insulation
  • Above
  • Below
  • Interval
  • Condensation (moisture/humidity/dewpoint)
  • Insulation
Measurement function alarmAudible/visual alarms (above/below) on any selected measurement functionAudible/visual alarms (above/below) on any selected measurement function

Set-up

Color palettes
  • Iron
  • Gray
  • Rainbow
  • Arctic
  • Lava
  • Rainbow HC
  • Iron
  • Gray
  • Rainbow
  • Arctic
  • Lava
  • Rainbow HC
Setup commandsLocal adaptation of units, language, date and time formatsLocal adaptation of units, language, date and time formats
Languages2121

Service functions

Camera software updateUsing USB cable or SD cardUsing USB cable or SD card

Storage of images

Storage mediaRemovable memory; SD card (8 GB)Removable memory; SD card (8 GB)
Time lapse (periodic image storage)No

10 seconds to 24 hours (infrared)

Remote control operationUsing USB cable or Wi-FiUsing USB cable or Wi-Fi
Image file formatStandard JPEG, measurement data included. Infrared-only modeStandard JPEG, measurement data included. Infrared-only mode

Image annotations

Voice60 seconds built-in microphone and speaker (and via Bluetooth) on still images and video60 seconds built-in microphone and speaker (and via Bluetooth) on still images and video
TextText from predefined list or soft keyboard on touchscreenText from predefined list or soft keyboard on touchscreen
Visual image annotationYesYes
Image sketchYes: on infrared images onlyYes: on infrared images only
SketchFrom touchscreenFrom touchscreen
Wireless connection (Bluetooth) to: meters with Wireless connection (Bluetooth) to: meters with
CompassYesYes
Laser distance meter informationYesYes
Area measurement informationYesYes
GPSYes: location data automatically added to every still image and the first frame in video from built-in GPSYes: location data automatically added to every still image and the first frame in video from built-in GPS

Video recording in camera

Radiometric infrared-video recordingRTRR (.csq)RTRR (.csq)
Non-radiometric infrared-video recordingH.264 to memory cardH.264 to memory card
Visual video recordingH.264 to memory cardH.264 to memory card

Video streaming

Radiometric infrared–video streaming (compressed)Over UVCOver UVC
Non-radiometric video streaming (compressed: IR, , visual, Picture in Picture)
  • H.264 (AVC) over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MPEG4 over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MJPEG over UVC and RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • H.264 (AVC) over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MPEG4 over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MJPEG over UVC and RTSP (Wi-Fi)
Visual video streamingYesYes

Digital camera

Resolution5 MP with LED light5 MP with LED light
FocusFixedFixed
Field of view53° × 41°53° × 41°
Video lampBuilt-in LED lightBuilt-in LED light

Laser pointer

Laser alignmentPosition is automatically displayed on the infrared imagePosition is automatically displayed on the infrared image
Laser distance meterActivated by a dedicated buttonActivated by a dedicated button
LaserClass 2, 0.05–40 m ±1% of measured distance

Class 2, 0.05–40 m ±1% of measured distance

Data communication interfaces

InterfacesUSB 2.0, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DisplayPortUSB 2.0, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DisplayPort
/BluetoothCommunication with headset and external sensorsCommunication with headset and external sensors
Wi-FiPeer to peer (ad hoc) or infrastructure (network)Peer to peer (ad hoc) or infrastructure (network)
AudioMicrophone and speaker for voice annotation of imagesMicrophone and speaker for voice annotation of images
USBUSB Type-C: data transfer/video/powerUSB Type-C: data transfer/video/power
USB standardUSB 2.0 High SpeedUSB 2.0 High Speed
Video outDisplayPortDisplayPort
Video connector typeDisplayPort over USB Type-CDisplayPort over USB Type-C

Radio

Operating frequencyBluetooth + EDR/LE: 2402–2480 MHz WLAN 2.4 GHz: 2412–2462 MHz WLAN 5 GHz: 5150–5350 MHz (DFS: only slave mode) Note that frequency band 5150–5350 MHz is for indoor use only, see national regulations.Bluetooth + EDR/LE: 2402–2480 MHz WLAN 2.4 GHz: 2412–2462 MHz WLAN 5 GHz: 5150–5350 MHz (DFS: only slave mode) Note that frequency band 5150–5350 MHz is for indoor use only, see national regulations.
RF output (EIRP)Bluetooth + EDR/LE: < 10 dBm WLAN: < 17 dBmBluetooth + EDR/LE: < 10 dBm WLAN: < 17 dBm
AntennaIntegrated PIFA antenna (gain: maximum 1.4 dBi)Integrated PIFA antenna (gain: maximum 1.4 dBi)

Power system

Battery typeRechargeable Li-ion batteryRechargeable Li-ion battery
Battery voltage3.6 V3.6 V
Battery operating time> 2.5 hours at 25°C and typical use> 2.5 hours at 25°C and typical use
Charging systemIn camera (AC adapter or 12 V from a vehicle) or two-bay chargerIn camera (AC adapter or 12 V from a vehicle) or two-bay charger
Charging time (using two-bay charger)2.5 hours to 90% capacity with charging status indicated by LEDs2.5 hours to 90% capacity with charging status indicated by LEDs
Charging temperature0°C to +‎45°C‎, except for the Korean market: +10°C to +‎45°C0°C to +‎45°C‎, except for the Korean market: +10°C to +‎45°C
External power operationAC adapter 90–260 V AC, 50/60 Hz, or 12 V from a vehicle (cable with standard plug—optional)AC adapter 90–260 V AC, 50/60 Hz, or 12 V from a vehicle (cable with standard plug—optional)
Power managementAutomatic shut-down and sleep modeAutomatic shut-down and sleep mode

Environmental data

Operating temperature range–15 to +50°C–15 to +50°C
Storage temperature range–40 to +70°C–40 to +70°C
Humidity (operating and storage)IEC 60068-2-30/24 hours/95% relative humidity 25–40°C/two cycles

IEC 60068-2-30/24 hours/95% relative humidity 25–40°C (77–104°F)/two cycles

EMC
  • ETSI EN 301 489-1 (radio)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-17
  • EN 61000-6-2 (immunity)
  • EN 61000-6-3 (emission)
  • FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B (emission)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-1 (radio)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-17
  • EN 61000-6-2 (immunity)
  • EN 61000-6-3 (emission)
  • FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B (emission)
Radio spectrum
  • ETSI EN 300 328
  • FCC Part 15.249
  • RSS-247 Issue 2
  • ETSI EN 300 328
  • FCC Part 15.249
  • RSS-247 Issue 2
EncapsulationIP 54 (IEC 60529)IP 54 (IEC 60529)
Shock25g (IEC 60068-2-27)25g (IEC 60068-2-27)
Vibration2g (IEC 60068-2-6)2g (IEC 60068-2-6)
DropDesigned for 2 mDesigned for 2 m
SafetyEN/UL/CSA/PSE 60950-1EN/UL/CSA/PSE 60950-1

Physical data

Weight (including battery)1 kg1 kg
Size (L × W × H)278.4 × 116.1 × 113.1 mm278.4 × 116.1 × 113.1 mm
Battery weight140 g140 g
Battery size (L × W × H)150 × 46 × 55 mm150 × 46 × 55 mm
Tripod mountingUNC ¼″-20UNC ¼″-20
Housing materialPCABS with TPE, magnesiumPCABS with TPE, magnesium
ColorBlackBlack

Warranty and service

Warrantyhttp://www.flir.com/warranty/http://www.flir.com/warranty/

Shipping information

Packaging, typeCardboard boxCardboard box
Packaging, contents
  • Battery (2 ea)‎
  • Battery charger
  • Hard transport case
  • Infrared camera with lens
  • Lens cap,‎ front
  • Lens cap,‎ front and rear (only for extra lenses)
  • Accessory Box I:
    • SD card (8 GB)‎
    • USB 2.0 A to USB Type-C cable,‎ 1.0 m
    • USB Type-C to HDMI adapter,‎ standard specification UH311
    • USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable (USB 2.0 standard)‎,‎ 1.0 m
    • Power supply for battery charger
    • Power supply,‎ 15 W/3 A
    • Printed documentation
  • Accessory box II:
    • Hand strap
    • Lanyard strap,‎ camera
    • Wrist strap
    • Lens cap strap
    • Front protection
    • Carabiner hook
    • Accessory box III:
      • Hand strap bracket, right
      • Hand strap bracket, left
      • Torx T10 wrench
      • Front protection fastener
      • Screws
  • Battery (2 ea)‎
  • Battery charger
  • FLIR Thermal Studio Starter
  • Hard transport case
  • Infrared camera with lens
  • Lens cap,‎ front
  • Lens cap,‎ front and rear (only for extra lenses)
  • Accessory Box I:
    • SD card (8 GB)‎
    • USB 2.0 A to USB Type-C cable,‎ 1.0 m
    • USB Type-C to HDMI adapter,‎ standard specification UH311
    • USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable (USB 2.0 standard)‎,‎ 1.0 m
    • Power supply for battery charger
    • Power supply,‎ 15 W/3 A
    • Printed documentation
  • Accessory box II:
    • Hand strap
    • Lanyard strap,‎ camera
    • Wrist strap
    • Lens cap strap
    • Front protection
    • Carabiner hook
    • Accessory box III:
      • Hand strap bracket, right
      • Hand strap bracket, left
      • Torx T10 wrench
      • Front protection fastener
      • Screws
Packaging, weight5.8 kg5.8 kg
Packaging, size500 × 190 × 370 mm (19.7 × 7.5 × 14.6 in.)500 × 190 × 370 mm (19.7 × 7.5 × 14.6 in.)
EAN-134743254002678

4743254004672

UPC-12845188013905

845188022679

Country of originEstoniaEstonia

FLIE E95 - E96

Product nameFLIR E95 24°

FLIR E96 24°

Revision68972

70845

Last modified2020-07-17

2020-10-08

Imaging and optical data

Infrared resolution464 × 348 pixels

640 × 480 pixels

(super-resolution)YesYes
NETD<40 mK @ +30°C

<40 mK @ 30°C

Field of view24° × 18°24° × 18°
Minimum focus distance0.15 m

0.15 m

Minimum focus distance with MSX0.5 m

0.5 m

Focal length17 mm

17 mm

Spatial resolution (IFOV)0.90 mrad/pixel

0.7 mrad/pixel

Available extra lenses
  • 14° (AutoCal)
  • 42° (AutoCal)
  • 14° (AutoCal)
  • 42° (AutoCal)
Lens identificationAutomaticAutomatic
f number1.31.3
Image frequency30 Hz30 Hz
Focus
  • Continuous LDM
  • One-shot LDM
  • One-shot contrast
  • Manual
  • Continuous LDM
  • One-shot LDM
  • One-shot contrast
  • Manual
Field of view matchYesYes
Digital zoom1–4× continuous

1–8× continuous

Detector data

Focal plane array/spectral rangeUncooled microbolometer/7.5–14 µmUncooled microbolometer/7.5–14 µm
Detector pitch17 µm

12 µm

Image presentation

Resolution640 × 480 pixels (VGA)640 × 480 pixels (VGA)
Surface brightness (cd/m2)400400
Screen size4 in.

4 in

Viewing angle80°80°
Color depth (bits)2424
Aspect ratio4:34:3
Auto-rotationYesYes
TouchscreenOptically bonded PCAPOptically bonded PCAP
Display technologyIPSIPS
Cover glass materialDragontrail®Dragontrail®
Programmable buttons11
ViewfinderNoNo
Image adjustment
  • Automatic
  • Automatic maximum
  • Automatic minimum
  • Manual
  • Automatic
  • Automatic maximum
  • Automatic minimum
  • Manual

Image presentation modes

Infrared imageYesYes
Visual imageYesYes
Thermal fusionNoNo
YesYes
Picture in PictureResizable and movableResizable and movable
GalleryYesYes

Measurement

Camera temperature range
  • –20 to 120°C
  • 0 to 650°C
  • 300 to 1500°C
  • –20 to 120°C
  • 0 to 650°C
  • 300 to 1500°C
Object temperature range and accuracy (for ambient temp. 15 to 35°C
  • Range –20 to 120°C:
    • –20 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 120°C: ±2%
  • Range 0 to 650°C:
    • 0 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 650°C: ±2%
  • Range 300 to 1500°C: ±2%
  • Range –20 to 120°C:
    • –20 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 120°C: ±2%
  • Range 0 to 650°C:
    • 0 to 100°C: ±2°C
    • 100 to 650°C: ±2%
  • Range 300 to 1500°C: ±2%

Screening mode

Sampling average modeRecommended temperature range: 30 to 45°C in stable room temperature Accuracy (drift): ±0.3°CNo external blackbody needed.Recommended temperature range: 30 to 45°C in stable room temperature Accuracy (drift): ±0.3°CNo external blackbody needed.

Inspection mode

FLIR Inspection route

Enabled in the camera

Measurement analysis

Spotmeter3 in live mode3 in live mode
Area3 in live mode3 in live mode
Automatic hot/cold detectionAuto-maximum/minimum markers within areaAuto-maximum/minimum markers within area
Measurement presets
  • No measurements
  • Center spot
  • Hot spot
  • Cold spot
  • User preset 1
  • User preset 2
  • No measurements
  • Center spot
  • Hot spot
  • Cold spot
  • User preset 1
  • User preset 2
Difference temperatureYesYes
Reference temperatureYesYes
Emissivity correctionYes: variable from 0.01 to 1.0 or selected from materials listYes: variable from 0.01 to 1.0 or selected from materials list
Measurement correctionsYesYes
External optics/windows correctionYesYes

Alarm

Color alarm (isotherm)
  • Above
  • Below
  • Interval
  • Condensation (moisture/humidity/dewpoint)
  • Insulation
  • Above
  • Below
  • Interval
  • Condensation (moisture/humidity/dewpoint)
  • Insulation
Measurement function alarmAudible/visual alarms (above/below) on any selected measurement functionAudible/visual alarms (above/below) on any selected measurement function

Set-up

Color palettes
  • Iron
  • Gray
  • Rainbow
  • Arctic
  • Lava
  • Rainbow HC
  • Iron
  • Gray
  • Rainbow
  • Arctic
  • Lava
  • Rainbow HC
Setup commandsLocal adaptation of units, language, date and time formatsLocal adaptation of units, language, date and time formats
Languages2121

Service functions

Camera software updateUsing USB cable or SD cardUsing USB cable or SD card

Storage of images

Storage mediaRemovable memory; SD card (8 GB)Removable memory; SD card (8 GB)
Time lapse (periodic image storage)10 seconds to 24 hours (infrared)10 seconds to 24 hours (infrared)
Remote control operationUsing USB cable or Wi-FiUsing USB cable or Wi-Fi
Image file formatStandard JPEG, measurement data included. Infrared-only modeStandard JPEG, measurement data included. Infrared-only mode

Image annotations

Voice60 seconds built-in microphone and speaker (and via Bluetooth) on still images and video60 seconds built-in microphone and speaker (and via Bluetooth) on still images and video
TextText from predefined list or soft keyboard on touchscreenText from predefined list or soft keyboard on touchscreen
Visual image annotationYesYes
Image sketchYes: on infrared images onlyYes: on infrared images only
SketchFrom touchscreenFrom touchscreen
Wireless connection (Bluetooth) to: meters with Wireless connection (Bluetooth) to: meters with
CompassYesYes
Laser distance meter informationYesYes
Area measurement informationYesYes
GPSYes: location data automatically added to every still image and the first frame in video from built-in GPSYes: location data automatically added to every still image and the first frame in video from built-in GPS

Video recording in camera

Radiometric infrared-video recordingRTRR (.csq)RTRR (.csq)
Non-radiometric infrared-video recordingH.264 to memory cardH.264 to memory card
Visual video recordingH.264 to memory cardH.264 to memory card

Video streaming

Radiometric infrared–video streaming (compressed)Over UVCOver UVC
Non-radiometric video streaming (compressed: IR, , visual, Picture in Picture)
  • H.264 (AVC) over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MPEG4 over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MJPEG over UVC and RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • H.264 (AVC) over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MPEG4 over RTSP (Wi-Fi)
  • MJPEG over UVC and RTSP (Wi-Fi)
Visual video streamingYesYes

Digital camera

Resolution5 MP with LED light5 MP with LED light
FocusFixedFixed
Field of view53° × 41°

53° × 41°

Video lampBuilt-in LED lightBuilt-in LED light

Laser pointer

Laser alignmentPosition is automatically displayed on the infrared imagePosition is automatically displayed on the infrared image
Laser distance meterActivated by a dedicated buttonActivated by a dedicated button
LaserClass 2, 0.05–40 m ±1% of measured distance

Class 2, 0.05–40 m ±1% of measured distance

Data communication interfaces

InterfacesUSB 2.0, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DisplayPortUSB 2.0, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, DisplayPort
/BluetoothCommunication with headset and external sensorsCommunication with headset and external sensors
Wi-FiPeer to peer (ad hoc) or infrastructure (network)Peer to peer (ad hoc) or infrastructure (network)
AudioMicrophone and speaker for voice annotation of imagesMicrophone and speaker for voice annotation of images
USBUSB Type-C: data transfer/video/powerUSB Type-C: data transfer/video/power
USB standardUSB 2.0 High SpeedUSB 2.0 High Speed
Video outDisplayPortDisplayPort
Video connector typeDisplayPort over USB Type-CDisplayPort over USB Type-C

Radio

Operating frequencyBluetooth + EDR/LE: 2402–2480 MHz WLAN 2.4 GHz: 2412–2462 MHz WLAN 5 GHz: 5150–5350 MHz (DFS: only slave mode) Note that frequency band 5150–5350 MHz is for indoor use only, see national regulations.Bluetooth + EDR/LE: 2402–2480 MHz WLAN 2.4 GHz: 2412–2462 MHz WLAN 5 GHz: 5150–5350 MHz (DFS: only slave mode) Note that frequency band 5150–5350 MHz is for indoor use only, see national regulations.
RF output (EIRP)Bluetooth + EDR/LE: < 10 dBm WLAN: < 17 dBmBluetooth + EDR/LE: < 10 dBm WLAN: < 17 dBm
AntennaIntegrated PIFA antenna (gain: maximum 1.4 dBi)Integrated PIFA antenna (gain: maximum 1.4 dBi)

Power system

Battery typeRechargeable Li-ion batteryRechargeable Li-ion battery
Battery voltage3.6 V3.6 V
Battery operating time> 2.5 hours at 25°C and typical use> 2.5 hours at 25°C and typical use
Charging systemIn camera (AC adapter or 12 V from a vehicle) or two-bay chargerIn camera (AC adapter or 12 V from a vehicle) or two-bay charger
Charging time (using two-bay charger)2.5 hours to 90% capacity with charging status indicated by LEDs2.5 hours to 90% capacity with charging status indicated by LEDs
Charging temperature0°C to +‎45°C‎, except for the Korean market: +10°C to +‎45°C

0°C to 45°C‎, except for the Korean market: 10°C to 45°C

External power operationAC adapter 90–260 V AC, 50/60 Hz, or 12 V from a vehicle (cable with standard plug—optional)AC adapter 90–260 V AC, 50/60 Hz, or 12 V from a vehicle (cable with standard plug—optional)
Power managementAutomatic shut-down and sleep modeAutomatic shut-down and sleep mode

Environmental data

Operating temperature range–15 to +50°C

–15 to 50°C

Storage temperature range–40 to +70°C

–40 to 70°C

Humidity (operating and storage)IEC 60068-2-30/24 hours/95% relative humidity 25–40°C (77–104°F)/two cyclesIEC 60068-2-30/24 hours/95% relative humidity 25–40°C (77–104°F)/two cycles
EMC
  • ETSI EN 301 489-1 (radio)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-17
  • EN 61000-6-2 (immunity)
  • EN 61000-6-3 (emission)
  • FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B (emission)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-1 (radio)
  • ETSI EN 301 489-17
  • EN 61000-6-2 (immunity)
  • EN 61000-6-3 (emission)
  • FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B (emission)
Radio spectrum
  • ETSI EN 300 328
  • FCC Part 15.249
  • RSS-247 Issue 2
  • ETSI EN 300 328
  • FCC Part 15.249
  • RSS-247 Issue 2
EncapsulationIP 54 (IEC 60529)IP 54 (IEC 60529)
Shock25g (IEC 60068-2-27)25g (IEC 60068-2-27)
Vibration2g (IEC 60068-2-6)2g (IEC 60068-2-6)
DropDesigned for 2 m

Designed for 2 m

SafetyEN/UL/CSA/PSE 60950-1EN/UL/CSA/PSE 60950-1

Physical data

Weight (including battery)1 kg

1 kg

Size (L × W × H)278.4 × 116.1 × 113.1 mm

278.4 × 116.1 × 113.1 mm

Battery weight140 g

140 g

Battery size (L × W × H)150 × 46 × 55 mm

150 × 46 × 55 mm

Tripod mountingUNC ¼″-20UNC ¼″-20
Housing materialPCABS with TPE, magnesiumPCABS with TPE, magnesium
ColorBlackBlack

Warranty and service

Warrantyhttp://www.flir.com/warranty/http://www.flir.com/warranty/

Shipping information

Packaging, typeCardboard boxCardboard box
Packaging, contents
  • Battery (2 ea)‎
  • Battery charger
  • Hard transport case
  • Infrared camera with lens
  • Lens cap,‎ front
  • Lens cap,‎ front and rear (only for extra lenses)
  • Accessory Box I:
    • SD card (8 GB)‎
    • USB 2.0 A to USB Type-C cable,‎ 1.0 m
    • USB Type-C to HDMI adapter,‎ standard specification UH311
    • USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable (USB 2.0 standard)‎,‎ 1.0 m
    • Power supply for battery charger
    • Power supply,‎ 15 W/3 A
    • Printed documentation
  • Accessory box II:
    • Hand strap
    • Lanyard strap,‎ camera
    • Wrist strap
    • Lens cap strap
    • Front protection
    • Carabiner hook
    • Accessory box III:
      • Hand strap bracket, right
      • Hand strap bracket, left
      • Torx T10 wrench
      • Front protection fastener
      • Screws
  • Battery (2 ea)‎
  • Battery charger
  • FLIR Thermal Studio Starter
  • Hard transport case
  • Infrared camera with lens
  • Lens cap,‎ front
  • Lens cap,‎ front and rear (only for extra lenses)
  • Accessory Box I:
    • SD card (8 GB)‎
    • USB 2.0 A to USB Type-C cable,‎ 1.0 m
    • USB Type-C to HDMI adapter,‎ standard specification UH311
    • USB Type-C to USB Type-C cable (USB 2.0 standard)‎,‎ 1.0 m
    • Power supply for battery charger
    • Power supply,‎ 15 W/3 A
    • Printed documentation
  • Accessory box II:
    • Hand strap
    • Lanyard strap,‎ camera
    • Wrist strap
    • Lens cap strap
    • Front protection
    • Carabiner hook
    • Accessory box III:
      • Hand strap bracket, right
      • Hand strap bracket, left
      • Torx T10 wrench
      • Front protection fastener
      • Screws
Packaging, weight5.8 kg

5.8 kg

Packaging, size500 × 190 × 370 mm (19.7 × 7.5 × 14.6 in.)

500 × 190 × 370 mm

EAN-134743254002692

4743254004535

UPC-12845188013929

845188022266

Country of originEstoniaEstonia

FAQs

Can FLIR one see through walls? ›

Thermal imaging devices can't “see” through walls. But pointing a thermal camera at a building still reveals sensitive information about what's going on inside. Thermal cameras read the heat radiating off of an object.

Can FLIR see through drywall? ›

No, thermal cameras cannot see through walls, at least not like in the movies. Walls are generally thick enough—and insulated enough—to block any infrared radiation from the other side.

What's the difference between infrared and FLIR? ›

FLIRs make pictures from heat, not visible light. Heat (also called infrared, or thermal, energy) and light are both parts of the electromagnetic spectrum, but a camera that can detect visible light won't see thermal energy, and vice versa.

What is the difference between night vision and FLIR? ›

Difference Between Night Vision and Thermal Imaging

Night vision works by amplifying nearby visible light. Thermal imaging works by using infrared sensors to detect differences in temperatures of objects in its line of sight.

Can infrared see through clothes? ›

As Wired say: "But one odd side effect of infrared photography is that, in some cases, it can see right through clothing. Not always, and the clothes have to be pretty thin in the first place." The issue being that nowadays, the majority of high street clothes are indeed incredibly thin.

Can infrared see through roofs? ›

Infrared light can be used as a way to measure the heat radiated by an object. Also, because thermal cameras completely ignore the visible light, their heat readings aren't obscured by solid objects, like walls or roof membranes.

Can my neighbors see through my walls? ›

Answer: Your neighbors can't have visual surveillance of you unless they have installed cameras in your home. It's not possible to see through walls. You need to collect proof, by finding the devices, photographing them in situ, and recording any conversations you have with your neighbors.

Can thermal imaging see through floors? ›

No. No thermal camera can see through a wall or any solid object. The common misconception is that thermal camera can see heat and nothing else therefore if there is a heat source behind a wall or solid object it should pick up the heat.

Can infrared see through concrete? ›

Thermal cameras cannot see through concrete. Concrete is too thick to block any possible penetration of infrared radiation. A thermal camera might be able to identify something inside the concrete like a pipe that causes a difference in the temperature on the surface of the concrete.

Will snakes show up on thermal imaging? ›

Against the background of other objects, humans, animals, or cars have higher temperatures, and they show up more clearly on the device's screen. However, cold-blooded animals like snakes, for example, would be virtually impossible to detect with a thermal imager.

Can you see infrared cameras at night? ›

IR cameras detect these invisible infrared wavelengths, enabling the camera to see in the dark. Most IR cameras have a series of IR LEDs (often situated around the lens) that transmit infrared light at night, or whenever the camera switches to night mode.

Can infrared camera see through curtains? ›

Standard consumer camera drones cannot see through opaque window curtains; However, more advanced thermal cameras can detect human figures behind thin curtains.

Do thermal scopes work in daylight? ›

Thermal scopes detect radiation and do not require any visible light to produce an image. Thermal imaging devices can be used equally well day and night.

Is infrared better than night vision? ›

Infrared goggles can be used with even in total darkness. The biggest advantage between the usual night vision and infrared goggles is that the latter is much better at spotting at objects that are partially or totally hidden.

Which is better night vision or thermal imaging? ›

Thermal is best used to detect the desired game object. Night vision is best used to recognize, identify and harvest the game only if facial recognition is required or for deer depredation. If you have your choice of options, thermal imaging is the best twenty-four hour imaging option.

Can a phone see through clothes? ›

New smartphone can see through some plastics and dark clothing using infrared light. It has been discovered that the rear camera of the OnePlus 8 Pro smartphone can see through plastic and clothing, using infrared light.

Can infrared pass through walls? ›

There is one more urban myth: infrared cameras that look through the walls. Contrary to the popular belief, thermal detectors cannot do anything like that.

Can security cameras see through clothes? ›

The camera can see through people's clothes from up to 25 meters away, detecting objects.

How do I hide my infrared lights on my security camera? ›

Place the duct tape directly over the panel on the security camera and press down with your fingers. Place a second piece of duct tape, identical to the first, over the panel. The density of the duct tape will prevent the glow from the IR LED from being seen.

Can infrared pass through glass? ›

Summary: The transparency of glass to visible light makes it the most common way to let light into a building. But because glass is also transparent to near-infrared radiation -- windows also let in heat, giving rise to the well-known greenhouse effect.

Can my Neighbour video record me on my property? ›

For the most part, your neighbor is legally allowed to have security cameras installed on their property, even if those cameras are aimed at your property. However, your neighbor does not have the right to record you or anyone else without consent in areas with reasonable expectation of privacy.

Can Neighbours hear me talking? ›

There are high chances that if you and your neighbors share a wall or they are downstairs/upstairs from your abode, they can hear the loud noises, the shouting, and maybe even your furniture being moved. If you can hear your neighbors easily from outside, such sounds mentioned above can't be missed from inside.

Can Helicopters see inside your house? ›

Police helicopters are also equipped with high-quality cameras that work as any other cameras do. This means that a police helicopter is unable to see through walls, floors, roofs, and structures.

Can FLIR see through glass? ›

They CAN'T See Through Glass.

Can police see through walls? ›

Range-R radar gives cops ability to 'see' through walls - YouTube

Can FLIR see through fog? ›

Although thermal imaging cameras can see in total darkness, through light fog, light rain, and snow, the distance they can see is affected by these atmospheric conditions.

Are infrared cameras legal? ›

The Supreme Court today, in Kyllo vs. U.S., ruled that authorities scanning a home with an infrared camera without a warrant constituted an unreasonable search barred by the Fourth Amendment.

How far can you shoot with a thermal scope? ›

A very high-quality thermal scope will allow you to positively identify the target at up to 4,000 yards, while an entry-level scope can limit you to 1,000 yards or less. A lot or a little depends on the working conditions and your tasks.

Is there any camera that can see through walls? ›

A new camera developed in Israel can see through walls, even from a distance of over 300 feet. "It can be used remotely from one apartment to another, inside a shelter, or an autonomous car," says Amir Beeri, managing director and founder of Camero to i24NEWS.

Is there a device that can see through walls? ›

The Xaver 1000 is a portable scanner that allows soldiers to “see” through walls. The device can differentiate between different sized humans, animals, and even identify body parts. The system uses artificial intelligence to track movement patterns, giving users a leg up on enemies.

How far can FLIR one pro See? ›

How far you can see or detect a hot spot is a function of how hot the object is relative to its surroundings. The bigger the temperature difference, the easier it is to see. However, if you are looking for a more accurate temperature reading, you should be no more than 5 to 10 feet (1.5 to 3 m) away from your target.

Is there technology that can see through walls? ›

Range-R radar devices are the closest to being able to see through walls. Range-R radar devices pinpoint the location of a person based on sound waves that bounce back from a hand-held device.

Can infrared see through aluminum foil? ›

Can thermal imaging see through aluminium foil? ​The answer is NO. Any electrically conductive material will block infrared radiation. The greater the conductivity, the greater the blocking.

Can infrared camera see through curtains? ›

Standard consumer camera drones cannot see through opaque window curtains; However, more advanced thermal cameras can detect human figures behind thin curtains.

Can a smartphone see through walls? ›

How To Use Your Smartphone to See Through Walls! Superman's X-ray ...

Is there a device that can see through clothes? ›

A full-body scanner developed using space radar technology has been tested in China and produced unusually clear images through clothes, scientists say. Its ultra-high resolution could help to identify concealed items with greater accuracy at security checkpoints, according to the researchers.

How can I spy through walls? ›

It's a cliche, but it works. Take a stemless glass and place the open end against the wall. Any sound waves that permeate the wall will resonate inside the glass and your ear will better be able to capture and process them.

Is there a camera app that can see through clothes? ›

Android app SpyGlass enables your smartphone to see through clothes.

Can you see snakes with thermal imaging? ›

Against the background of other objects, humans, animals, or cars have higher temperatures, and they show up more clearly on the device's screen. However, cold-blooded animals like snakes, for example, would be virtually impossible to detect with a thermal imager.

How deep into the ground can a thermal camera see? ›

The subterranean limit for most radar is about 30 feet, El-Baz said. Infrared imaging, which detects surface-level heat differences above buried objects, is most effective to a depth of about five feet, he said, though it, too, has been used to track objects 25 feet down.

What's better night vision or thermal? ›

Thermal scopes can easily detect animals or moving objects from a long distance whether it is day or night. Their detection is better than night vision scopes. Even in the roughest weather, they can help you see (except in extreme cold).

Can my neighbors see through my walls? ›

Answer: Your neighbors can't have visual surveillance of you unless they have installed cameras in your home. It's not possible to see through walls. You need to collect proof, by finding the devices, photographing them in situ, and recording any conversations you have with your neighbors.

Can WiFi see through walls? ›

Wi-Vi is a new technology that enables seeing through walls using Wi-Fi signals. It allows us to track moving humans through walls and behind closed doors. Wi-Vi relies on capturing the reflections of its own transmitted signals off moving objects behind a wall in order to track them.

Can 5G see through walls? ›

This means 5G can carry more data faster than 4G, but at a much shorter range. 4G wavelengths have a range of about 10 miles, whereas 5G has a range of just 1,000 feet. Due to this, 5G signals can be blocked by physical barriers like walls and glass.

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