Low-Cost Thermal Camera Fits Smartphones & Tablets

FLIR Systems introduces the FLIR ONE Pro LT, a lower price point thermal imaging attachment for smartphones in the FLIR ONE Pro series. The FLIR ONE Pro LT features many of the professional-level tools and advanced thermal image quality that define the FLIR ONE Pro series.

 

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

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FLIR is also releasing an updated version of the FLIR ONE App, which includes tools such as multiple spot temperature meters, custom onscreen temperature tracking regions, helpful tips for problem solving and use-cases. Price for the FLIR ONE Pro LT is $299. It is available for iOS, Android (USB-C) or Android (Micro-USB). To learn more, checkout the FLIR ONE Pro-Series.

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