FLIR Thermal Components
The FLIR Muon
A calibrated uncooled thermal camera subassembly developed for thermal product OEMs to integrate with their own image processing, packaging and optical solutions. A thermal camera “engine” perfectly optimized for size, weight and power (SWaP), FLIR Muon only requires standard imaging device power and communication protocols to generate corrected CMOS video out.
The FLIR Lepton
The most compact longwave infrared (LWIR) sensor available as an OEM product. It packs a resolution of 80 × 60 pixels into a camera body that is smaller than a dime. This revolutionary camera core is poised to make thermal imaging available to a new generation of mobile and handheld devices, as well as small fixed-mount camera systems.
Quark 2 Uncooled Thermal Imaging Camera Cores
A quantum leap ahead in the design and capability of longwave thermal camera cores, Quark 2 provides leading-edge imaging performance and reliability in an affordable, compact, lightweight package. Quark 2 is available in 336 and 640 resolutions, both with 17-micron pixels. With high shock and vibration tolerance, Quark 2 is designed for years of maintenance-free operation.
The FLIR Tau 2
The next generation product in FLIR’s Tau family of thermal imaging camera cores. Two key differences are the introduction of enhanced electronics for improved image processing; and FLIR’s 336×256, 17μ-pitch (0901) uncooled sensor format.
The FLIR PathFindIR II
An affordable, 320x240 uncooled thermal camera that gives drivers the power to see clearly in total darkness, as well as through smoke, blowing dust, and light fog. Its automated pedestrian and animal detection alarms give drivers visible cues when hazards are in or approaching the car’s path.
The FLIR Boson
Longwave infrared (LWIR) thermal camera cores set a new standard for size, weight, power, and performance. Imagine your next big idea, and bring it to life with Boson. FLIR’s XIR™ expandable infrared video processing architecture gives Boson advanced image processing, video analytics, peripheral sensor drivers, and several industry-standard communication interfaces that make it easy to integrate while keeping power consumption low.