FLIR Announces More Affordable Thermal Imaging Camera for iPhone

FLIR Announces More Affordable Thermal Imaging Camera for iPhone

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FLIR Systems has announced the launch of the FLIR ONE Pro LT, a more affordable thermal imaging camera for smartphones.

Powered by the FLIR Lepton thermal microcamera core, the FLIR ONE Pro LT builds on the advanced features of the FLIR ONE Pro. Key tools include FLIR’s patented MSX image enhancement, which combines the thermal and a high-definition visible camera images to produce crisp, detailed images that are easy to interpret. All FLIR One Pro models feature FLIR’s MSX and VividIR video signal processing technology to deliver improved thermal image quality and clarity. Additionally, the patent-pending OneFit camera connector allows users to adjust the device to attach to their smartphone through many popular protective cases.

FLIR Announces More Affordable Thermal Imaging Camera for iPhone

FLIR is also releasing an updated FLIR ONE app which offers tools including multiple spot temperature meters, custom onscreen temperature tracking regions, and helpful tips for problem solving and use-cases. The app is also compatible with the Apple Watch and select Android smartwatches, letting you stream live thermal imagery to see around corners.

“Since FLIR first introduced the FLIR ONE line of thermal cameras for smartphones in 2014, the product has evolved to serve the unique needs of a broad set of professionals, providing an easy-to-use and affordable thermal camera,” said Frank Pennisi, President, Industrial Business Unit at FLIR. “The FLIR ONE Pro LT represents the next stage of the product evolution by placing pro features, such as VividIR, into the hands of more professionals at a more affordable price.”

Pricing and Availability:
The FLIR ONE Pro LT is available to pre-order today for $299 USD at the link below. You can choose between Lightning and USB-C connectivity.

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FLIR Announces More Affordable Thermal Imaging Camera for iPhone

ShadowOne - July 17, 2018 at 10:20pm
Resolution is 80x60? Even the Seek Thermal XR can do better than that (206x156) for much cheaper.
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