About FLIR One Thermal Imaging Camera Attachment
FLIR One Thermal Imaging Camera Attachment
Thermal imaging is one of the most powerful technologies ever developed to enhance human vision.
Normally, our vision is limited to a very small portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. Thermal energy has a much longer wavelength than visible light. So long, in fact, that the human eye can't even see it, just like we can't see radio waves.
With thermal imaging, the portion of the spectrum we perceive is dramatically expanded, helping us "see" heat. Visible light doesn't affect the thermal world, so you can see equally well in highly lit and totally dark environments.
The FLIR ONE™ thermal camera allows us to see things the naked eye could never perceive on its own.
Why does my FLIR ONE have two cameras?
Raw thermal images are beautiful, however, they don't provide too much physical detail. So the FLIR ONE blends both images using MSX Technology, providing physical detail to the raw thermal reading. With MSX Technology, the FLIR ONE captures what nothing else can.
This is the camera that allows the FLIR ONE to take a thermal reading. Smaller than a dime, it's the most compact long-wave infrared sensor available.
Every time you capture a thermal reading with the FLIR ONE, you are also taking a standard picture. This picture will provide physical detail to the raw thermal reading.
FLIR ONE for iOS
160 × 120 resolution thermal accessory with MSX for iPhones / iPads with a lightning connector. Explore
FLIR ONE for Android
160 × 120 resolution thermal accessory with MSX for Android devices with a microUSB. Explore
FLIR ONE First Gen
80 × 60 resolution thermal accessory with MSX for iPhone 5/5s
00 31 25.29 - Existing Thermal and Moisture Protection Information
01 45 23 - Testing and Inspecting Services
02 25 29 - Existing Thermal and Moisture Protection Assessment
07 - Thermal and Moisture Protection
07 20 00 - Thermal Protection
07 21 00 - Thermal Insulation
21 05 33 - Heat Tracing for Fire-Suppression Piping
22 05 33 - Heat Tracing for Plumbing Piping
23 05 33 - Heat Tracing for HVAC Piping