FLIRONEPROIOS

$430.99

FLIR ONE PRO FOR IOS-LIGHTNING

CONNECTOR #435-0006-03

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Description

The FLIR ONE Pro helps you find invisible problems faster than ever, whether you’re inspecting electrical panels, troubleshooting mechanical systems, looking for HVAC problems, or finding water damage. This FLIR ONE Pro-Series camera offers 4x the native resolution of the FLIR ONE Pro LT, for sharper image clarity that’s further enhanced by the revolutionary FLIR VividIR™. Measure temperatures more than 3x higher than any FLIR ONE model—up to 400°C (752°F)—with a sensitivity that detects temperature differences down to 70 mK. Packed with powerful measurement tools, the FLIR ONE Pro will work as hard as you do.

IMAGE DETAIL & CLARITY

With its 19,200 pixel resolution—a 4x improvement over the FLIR ONE Pro LT—and VividIR™, FLIR ONE Pro gives you the ability to see more detail when it matters most.

EXPANDED MEASUREMENT

Measure temperatures between up to 400°C (752°F)—compared with a maximum of 120°C (248°F) for the FLIR ONE Pro LT—with up to three spot temperature meters and six temperature regions of interest.

JOBSITE TOUGH

Built to take the abuse that working on a jobsite dishes out every day, FLIR One Pro is rated to take a drop from 1.8 meters and is built to last.

FLIR ONE Pro IOS Specifications

Thermal Resolution
160 × 120
Battery Life
Approximately 1 hr
Object Temperature Range
-20°C — 120°C (–4°F — 248°F) and 0°C — 400°C (32°F — 752°F)
Phone
iOS
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.
Operating Temperature
0°C — 35°C (32°F — 95°F) , battery charging 0°C — 30°C (32°F — 86°F)
Spot Meter
Hottest, Coldest and 3 spot measurement

IMAGING & OPTICAL

Adjustable MSX distance
0.3 m — Infinity
FLIR Screen-EST Mode
No
Focus
Fixed 15 cm — Infinity
Frame Rate
8.7 Hz
General Description
Thermal and Visual Cameras with MSX
HFOV/VFOV
50° ±1° / 43° ±1°
Palette
Gray (white hot), Hottest, Coldest, Iron, Contrast, Arctic, Lava and Color Wheel
Shutter
Automatic/Manual
Thermal Resolution
160 × 120
Thermal Sensitivity/NETD
70 mK
Thermal Sensor
Pixel size 12 µm, 8 — 14 µm spectral range
Video and Still Image Display/Capture
Saved as 1440 × 1080
Visual Resolution
1440 × 1080

MEASUREMENT & ANALYSIS

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.
Object Temperature Range
-20°C — 120°C (–4°F — 248°F) and 0°C — 400°C (32°F — 752°F)
Spot Meter
Hottest, Coldest and 3 spot measurement

COMMUNICATION & DATA STORAGE

Capture modes
Video, Still image
Charging
Female USB-C (5V/1A)
File Formats
Radiometric JPG, MPEG-4 (file format MOV)
Video
Male Lightning

POWER

Battery charge time
40 min
Battery Life
Approximately 1 hr

ENVIRONMENTAL & CERTIFICATIONS

Certifications
MFi (iOS version), RoHS, CE/FCC, CEC-BC, EN61233
Drop test
Drop from 1.5m
Emissivity Settings
Matte: 95%, Semi-Matte: 80%, Semi-Glossy: 60%, Glossy: 30%
Non-Operating Temperature
-20°C — 60°C (-4°F — 140°F)
Operating Temperature
0°C — 35°C (32°F — 95°F) , battery charging 0°C — 30°C (32°F — 86°F)

FLIR ONE Pro IOS Camera Documents

FLIR ONE Pro IOS FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

No, thermal cameras cannot see through walls, at least not like in the movies. If you point a thermal camera at a wall, it will detect heat from the wall , not what’s behind it.

FLIRs make pictures from heat, not visible light. … Thermal cameras detect more than just heat though; they detect tiny differences in heat – as small as 0.01°C – and display them as shades of grey or with different colors.

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.

The term FLIR, which stands for “Forward Looking Infrared”, refers to the technology used to create an infrared image of a scene without having to “scan” the scene with a moving sensor, which is what was previously required. It is also the name of the largest manufacturer of thermal imaging cameras (FLIR Systems).

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