Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (2022)

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The Flir T335 offers an outstanding solution for professional thermographers who require a high resolution camera for conducting electrical and mechanical inspections but do not need the extended functions included in the Flir T365 & Flir T425.

The Flir T335 Infra-Red camera is a smart, compact and powerful camera with 1 - 2x continuous, digital zoom, a 320 x 240 pixel resolution, a 50mK NETD/0.05°C thermal sensitivity and an extended temperature measurement range of -20°C to 650°C.

The camera funtionality including a thumbnail image gallery which allows quick searching of stored images and the 120° rotating lens offers a wide range of viewing angles.

The latest FLIR T335 IR Camera is designed to tackle the performance demands of industrial, plant, and utility professionals responsible for effective electrical / mechanical inspections and MRO.

(Video) FLIR T/B Series Thermal Imaging Camera

The FlirT335 also features Meterlink allowing the transfer of data taken with the Extech EX845 clamp meter recording electrical meter readings direct to the image on the camera thus saving you the time of recording the measurements manually and the possible errors that can arise in matching them back to the image when compiling your report.


Industrial applications for the FLIR T-Series
Examples of industrial applications where the FLIR T-Series cameras are an invaluable tool for professional thermographers in spotting anomalies before a break down is a fact, are: production process supervision, measurement of heat development electrical and mechanical devices, detect blocked pipe work and insulation defects, enhance work safety and much more.


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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (6) MeterLink™:
MeterLink is a new Bluetooth technology that lets FLIR infrared cameras "talk to" EXTECH meters wirelessly. Manual data collection is time-consuiming and prone to errors. MeterLink™ eliminates this problem by allowing the thermographer to quickly take moisture readings on a damaged surface and associate those readings with the corresponding targets stored in an infrared image.Readings from the meters get recorded right on the camera's images.

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Features:

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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (9) 320x240 Resolution
Great resolution which will show very fine detail for general purpose maintenance.
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (10) Thermal Sensitivity
NETD 50mK - < 0.05°C
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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (12) 3.1 Megapixel Camera
The FLIR E60bx has a visual camera with a 3.1 Mp resolution and LED lights.
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (13) Digital Zoom
The Flir T335 features a 1-2x continuous digital zoom.
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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (15) Tempreture Range
-20°C to 650°C
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (16) Interchangeable Lenses
In order to adapt the Flir T365 to every situation both wide angle or telephoto lenses are available (6°, 15°, 45° and 90°).
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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (18) Text & Voice Notes
Text comments can be selected froma list. A bluetooth headset is also included to make voice notes.
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (19) Instant Reports
Creat instant reports and copy them directly to a USB.
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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (21) Meterlink
Wirelessly transmit data from a moisture meter or clampmeter to the Flir T335 via bluetooth. The measurements are displayed on the screen and then captured when you save the image.
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (22) Picture-in-Picture (PiP)
Fully scalable function for overlaying the infrared image on the visual image while retaining all measurement data.

(NOT MOVEABLE ON THIS MODEL)

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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (24) Thermal Fusion
Merges thermal and infrared images to offer better analysis.

(NOT AVAILABLE ON THIS MODEL)

Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (25) Laser Pointer
A conveniently located button activates the laser locator that will help you associate the hot or cold spot in the IR image with the real physical target in the field. On the Flir T335 the laser market is also displayed on the IR image itself for accurate positioning.
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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (27) Video Output
Composite video-out connection allows to you output live images to an external device.(ONLY VIDEO OUT IS AVAILABLE ON THIS MODEL)
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (28) Copy to USB
Transfer onboard images and reports directly from the camera to a USB stick.
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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (30) Sketch Annotations
Use the touch screen as a pen and paper to add sketch's to your image.(NOT AVAILABLE ON THIS MODEL)
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (31) 3.5" Touch Screen
A 3.5" Touchscreen plus stylus brings interactivity and user control to a new level.
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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (33) Temerature Audible & Visual Alarms
Make surveying easier and faster with alarms that alert you to temperatures outside your preset limits.(NOT AVAILABLE ON THIS MODEL)
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Tiltable Lens Unit
The tiltable IR unit gives you great flexibility and allows you to work quicker and in a more comfortable position during your inspections.

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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (36) Measurement Modes
Measurement spots, area with auto hot / cold spot indication, isotherms & Delta T calculation.

(DELTA T FUNCTION NOT AVAILABLE ON THIS MODEL)

Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (37) Time Lapse
Periodic image storage every 10 seconds up to 24 hours to record how temeratures change over a time period.

(NOT AVAILABLE ON THIS MODEL)

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What can infrared cameras do for you?

Infrared cameras meet the stringent demands of building diagnostics. They feature immediate high-resolution thermal imagery, which reveals potential structural and moisture issues, energy efficiency and even rodents or pests. Use an infrared camera to find:

Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (39) Moisture
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (40) Missing or defective insulation
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (41) Structural shortcomings
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (42) HVAC problem areas
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (43) Sourced of heating/cooling losses
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (44) Plumbing blockages
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (45) Roof leaks
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (46) Electrical issues
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (47) Rodents and other pests
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (48) And much more!

Who uses thermal imaging cameras?

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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (50) Electricians
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (51) General Contractors
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (52) Home Efficiency Consultants
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (53) Plant Maintenance Professionals
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (54) HVAC/R Contractors
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (55) Mold Remediation Professionals
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (56) Plumbers

Applications:

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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (57) Detect hidden problems, make quick damage assessments
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (58) Check for overheating of electrical panels and transformers
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (59) Avoid electrical failures
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (60) Identify faults in heating and cooling systems
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (61) Find problems with motors, fans and bearings
Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (62) Generate reports, analyze and document your findings with the easy-to-use software

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Camera specific

Flir T-Series Camera Comparison:
MODEL FLIR T250 FLIR T335 FLIR T365 FLIR T425
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Imaging performance
Thermal sensitivity/NETD 80 mK at 30°C
< 0.08 °C
50 mK at 30°C
< 0.05 °C
50 mK at 30°C
< 0.05 °C
50 mK at 30°C
< 0.05 °C
IR resolution 240 × 180 pixels
(43,200) measurement points per image
320 × 240 pixels
(76,800) measurement points per image
320 × 240 pixels
(76,800) measurement points per image
320 × 240 pixels
(76,800) measurement points per image
Zoom 1–2× continuous, digital zoom, including panning 1–2× continuous, digital zoom, including panning 1–4× continuous, digital zoom, including panning 1–8× continuous, digital zoom, including panning
Image presentation
Image modes General General General + Thermal Fusion General + Thermal Fusion
Thermal Fusion N/A N/A IR image shown within temp interval on visual image IR image shown above, below or within temp interval on visual image
Picture in Picture Scalable IR area on visual image Scalable IR area on visual image Resizable and movable IR area on visual image Resizable and movable IR area on visual image
Measurement
Object temperature range –20 °C to +350 °C in 2 ranges: -20°C to +120°C or 0°C to +350°C –20 °C to +650 °C in 3 ranges: -20°C to +120°C or 0°C to +350°C or +200°C to +650°C –20 °C to +650 °C in 3 ranges:-20°C to +120°C or 0°C to +350°C or +200°C to +650°C –20 °C to +1200 °C in 3 ranges: -20°C to +120°C or 0°C to +350°C or +200°C to +1200°C
Measurement analysis
Difference temperature N/A N/A Delta temperature between measurement functions or reference temperature Delta temperature between measurement functions or reference temperature
Measurement function alarm N/A N/A Audible/visual alarm (above/below) on spotmeter, box or difference temperature Audible/visual alarm (above/below) on spotmeter, box or difference temperature
Set-up
Color palettes General General General General + RainHC, Bluered
Image storage
Periodic image storage N/A N/A N/A Every 10 seconds up to 24 hours
Image annotations
Voice 60 seconds 60 seconds 60 seconds 60 seconds via Bluetooth®
Image marker On IR or visual image N/A 4 on IR or visual image 4 on IR or visual image
Sketch From touch screen N/A From touch screen From touch screen
Digital camera
Digital camera video recording N/A N/A N/A Video clip to memory card
Report generation
Instant report N/A N/A .pdf file in camera including thermal and visual image .pdf file in camera including thermal and visual image

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General Specifications

Flir E-Series Non Camera Specific Specifications:
Imaging Performance
Field of view (FOV) / Minimum focus distance 25° × 19° / 0.4 m
Spectral range 7.5 - 13 µm
Spatial resolution (IFOV) 2.18 mrad for T250 - 1.36 mrad for T335, T365, T425
Image frequency 9 Hz or 30 Hz
Focus Automatic or manual
Focal Plane Array (FPA) Uncoooled microbolometer
Image presentation
Display Built-in touch screen, 3.5" color LCD, 320 x 240 pixels
Image modes IR image, Visual image, Picture in Picture, Thumbnail gallery
Measurement
Accuracy ±2°C or 2% of reading
Measurement analysis
Spotmeter 5
Area 5 boxes with max./min./average
Isotherm Detect high/low temperature/interval
Automatic hot / cold detection Auto hot or cold spotmeter markers within area
Emissivity correction Variable from 0.01 to 1.0 or selected from list of materials
Measurement corrections Reflected temperature, optics transmission and atmospheric transmission
External optics/windows correction Automatic, based on inputs of optics/window transmission and temperature
Setup
Color palettes BW, BW inv, Iron, Rain , T425: Rain HC, Bluered
Set-up controls Local adaptation of units, language, date and time formats; automatic shutdown, display intensity
Image storage
Type SD memory card
Format Standard JPEG - including measurement data
Modes IR/visual images, simultaneous storage of IR and visual images
Image annotations
Text Text from predefined list or soft keyboard on touch screen
MeterLink Connect Extech Clamp Meter EX845 or Moisture Meter MO297 via Bluetooth
Digital camera
Built-in digital camera 3.1 Mpixel (2048 × 1536 pixels), and LED lights
Laser Pointer
Laser Semiconductor AlGalnP diode laser, Class 2
Laser alignment Position is displayed automtically on the IR image
Power System
Battery time Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery, field replaceable
Battery operating time 4 hours
Charging system In camera, AC adaptor, 2-bay charger or 12 V from a vehicle
Power management Automatic shutdown (user selectable)
AC operation AC adaptor, 100–240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Adaptor voltage 12 Volt VDC out
Environmental specifications
Operating temperature range -15 °C to +50 °C
Storage temperature range -40 °C to +70 °C
Humidity (operating and storage) IEC 60068-2-30/24 h 95% relative humidity +25 °C to +40 °C
Shock 25 g (IEC 60068-2-29)
Vibration 2 g (IEC 60068-2-6)
Encapsulation Camera housing and lens: IP 54 (IEC 60529)
Interfaces
USB-A Connect external USB device (copy to memory stick)
USB Mini-B Data transfer to and from PC/streaming
Composite video PAL or NTSC
Headset connection Yes
Physical characteristics
Camera weight, incl. battery 0.88 kg
Camera size (L × W × H) 106 × 201 × 125 mm
Shipping size 180 x 500 x 360 mm
Shipping weight 5.6 kg

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your shipment will include:
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1 no. FLIR T335 Infrared Camera
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Flir T335 Thermal Imaging Camera - Flir T-Series Thermal Imaging Cameras - Thermal Imaging Cameras (82) 1 no.Getting Started Guide and User´s manual CD in 21 languages
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FAQs

Are FLIR cameras any good? ›

While the FLIR C-Series produces useful images in good light via MSX, this camera can do so at any time, since it doesn't rely on visual light to boost its resolution. For our money, that makes it the best thermal-imaging camera for night use today.

What is the difference between FLIR and thermal? ›

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 FLIR LT and PRO? ›

A: The FLIR ONE and FLIR ONE Pro LT can be used in temperatures from 32°F to 95°F (0°C to 35°C) and can detect temperatures from -4°F to 248°F (-20°C to 120°C). The FLIR ONE Pro operates at 32°F to 95°F (0°C to 35°C) and can detect temperatures from -4°F to 752°F (-20°C to 400°C).

What is a FLIR camera used for? ›

FLIR's infrared cameras show you thermal problems, quantify them with precise non-contact temperature measurement, and document them automatically in seconds with professional easy-to-create IR reports.

Can thermal cameras 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.

How far can thermal cameras see? ›

Depending on the camera configuration chosen it may be possible to detect humans beyond 15 km distance, ground vehicles or small boats beyond 20 km, larger ships or vessels and aircraft beyond 30 km.

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 my phone be a thermal camera? ›

This accessory turns your phone into a thermal camera - YouTube

What is the difference between an infrared camera and a thermal camera? ›

Active IR systems use short wavelength infrared light to illuminate an area of interest. Some of the infrared energy is reflected back to a camera and interpreted to generate an image. Thermal imaging systems use mid- or long wavelength IR energy. Thermal imagers are passive, and only sense differences in heat.

Can you use FLIR ONE while charging? ›

The FLIR ONE Pro is not intended to be charged while in use. The latest version of the FLIR ONE app is available on the Apple App Store for iOS and Google Play Store for Android.

How long does FLIR ONE Pro battery last? ›

A: The FLIR One & FLIR ONE Pro battery lasts about 45 minutes when being used continuously.

How accurate is the FLIR ONE Pro? ›

Accuracy ±3°C or ±5%, typical Percent of the difference between ambient and scene temperature. Applicable 60 sec after start-up when the unit is within 15°C — 35°C and the scene is within 5°C — 120°C.

Can thermal cameras see through glass? ›

Can thermal imaging see through glass? Thermal imagers cannot pick up visible light. Therefore, Glass is not seen as transparent when viewed through a thermal imaging camera.

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.

Can thermal imaging see through water? ›

Usually a low level of moisture is fine, but leaks or heavy condensation can cause serious problems. A thermal imaging camera cannot “see” moisture in walls, but it can detect subtle temperature differences and patterns that reveal the existence of water.

Are thermal cameras legal? ›

Your zone of privacy may be narrowing in some areas, but the Supreme Court ruled in 2001 that unless they have a warrant, police cannot scan your home with a thermal imaging device to track the heat radiation coming from inside.

Can police see through walls? ›

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

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.

Do police use infrared cameras? ›

Thermographic cameras are used by law enforcement personnel to create images using thermal light, i.e. heat, as opposed to a traditional camera that use visible light.

What can a thermal imaging camera detect? ›

Detecting Infrared Waves, Not Visible Light

Thermal imagers 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.

How do you find a hidden snake in your house? ›

How to Find Snakes Indoors Snake Inspection - YouTube

Can you see alligators with thermal imaging? ›

Humans, animals, and automobiles all produce heat and are typically warmer than their surroundings, allowing a thermal imager user to get a good look at them. Because their body temperature adjusts to their surroundings, coldblooded animals like snakes and alligators are more difficult to see.

Is thermal imaging harmful? ›

Is thermal imaging dangerous? No. In fact, our thermal imaging system is a non-contact, non-invasive, passive imaging system that is measuring the heat emitted, or given off, by the human body.

Can an iPhone be a thermal camera? ›

Overview. The FLIR ONE for iOS Thermal Imaging Camera, in combination with its free app, transforms your iPhone or iPad into a powerful thermal imager.

Can a cell phone camera see infrared? ›

The cell phone camera is more sensitive to light than human eyes are, so it "sees" the infrared light that is invisible to us.

Do cell phones have infrared cameras? ›

In cell phones, infrared light is detected by the image sensor used for your camera. Sensors for cellphone cameras can detect infrared light, essentially making invisible light visible.

Whats better IR or 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.

What's better thermal imaging or night vision? ›

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 you see deer antlers with thermal imaging? ›

Typically, deer have antlers so the thermal should be able to definitively tell you that none of your deer have horns. With a thermal, you can see the antlers when they are growing in and there is blood running in them. When they stop growing and harden you most likely can't see them, especially at any distance.

How do I turn my FLIR camera on? ›

Install the FLIR ONE app on your phone/tablet from the App Store (iOS) or the Play Store (Android). Turn on your FLIR ONE by pressing the power button and wait until the steady orange light changes to a blinking green light. This means that the camera is ready for use.

Is there a FLIR app for iPhone? ›

Turn your iPhone® into a professional thermal camera for troubleshooting and inspection, using this app with a FLIR ONE® Thermal Camera attachment.

When did the FLIR one pro come out? ›

FLIR Debuts FLIR ONE Pro LT Lower-Cost Thermal Imaging Camera for Smartphones and Tablets. WILSONVILLE, Ore., – July 17, 2018 – FLIR Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) announced today the launch of the FLIR ONE® Pro LT, a new lower price point thermal imaging attachment for smartphones in the FLIR ONE Pro series.

What sensor is in FLIR one pro? ›

In addition to the 160x120 Lepton 3 sensor inside the unit, the FLIR ONE Pro also includes a 1440x1080 visible image sensor. The field of view is 55 degrees (horizontal) and 43 degrees (vertical). As with all consumer thermal imaging cameras, the video frame rate is capped at 9 Hz.

Can my phone do thermal imaging? ›

This accessory turns your phone into a thermal camera - YouTube

How do I connect my FLIR camera to my phone? ›

How to Wirelessly Connect Your FLIR Camera To An Android Phone

What can thermal imaging detect? ›

Thermography, or thermal imaging, detects infrared radiation to help see objects in the dark. Thermal cameras distinguish the relative temperature of objects around us to help us see warmer objects – like people and animals – against cooler backdrops, even at night.

How do I turn my iPhone into a thermal camera? ›

How to turn your iPhone into a Thermal Camera! | iJustine - YouTube

Can iPhone detect thermal? ›

Your iPhone can detect heat and energy through darkness and physical surfaces, and not with fake filters or trickery. The Seek Thermal camera attachment is an actual infrared camera that reads light past the visible light spectrum.

Can you turn an iPhone into a thermal camera? ›

Overview. The FLIR ONE for iOS Thermal Imaging Camera, in combination with its free app, transforms your iPhone or iPad into a powerful thermal imager.

How do I use FLIR pro? ›

How to use the FLIR ONE Thermal Imaging Camera - YouTube

How do I calibrate FLIR one? ›

It is also possible to manually activate the shutter by tapping the Calibration icon in the upper right on the main screen. Calibration can be switched to manual by turning off Automatic Calibration in the Settings Menu. The FLIR ONE Pro is tuned to align thermal and visual images at a distance of 3 meters.

Which is better seek or FLIR? ›

The FLIR camera's thermal sensor is only 160×120 pixels. In comparison, the Seek thermal sensor is double FLIR's at 320×240. So, while still small, the Seek sensor is a standout winner.
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Sensor Resolution.
FLIR ONE ProSeek CompactPRO
Sensor Resolution160 x 120320 x 240

What are the three different types of thermal imaging technology? ›

Infrared cameras come in three basic types: short wavelength, mid-wavelength, and long wavelength. Each type has its own place in facilities maintenance, depending on use and operation.

What does the acronym FLIR stand for? ›

Infrared Solutions from InfraTec. The term FLIR stands for the abbreviation Forward Looking InfraRed. The abbreviation FLIR originated in the course of the further development of the infrared camera at the beginning of the 1960s.

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5. Installing warm filters on FLIR cooled science cameras
(Teledyne FLIR)
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(N.B.Electric)

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