In the Pro version, FLIR makes full use of the increased processing power of phones and tablets, offering improved image quality and a host of professional measurement and documentation features.
The innovative new attachment plug is adjustable for depth, allowing the FLIR ONE camera to be used without removing your phone from its case. With the FLIR ONE Pro, you can quickly locate problems, capture images and video, and email or upload your findings directly.
Thermal imaging in the FLIR ONE Pro is handled by the 160 x 120 resolution FLIR Lepton detector, with a total of 19,200 pixels. Then FLIR adds a little magic with what they call VividIR. Utilizing the processing power of the phone or tablet, the Pro uses nine distinct steps, including super-resolution technology, to dramatically improve the thermal image in real time.
The detector has a thermal sensitivity of 0.07 °C, and can image and measure temperatures from -20 to 400 °C (-4 to 752 °F). The FLIR ONE Pro uses a fixed focus, wide-angle 55° lens, yielding fast imaging of large areas such as buildings or exterior spaces. The wide-angle lens also works out well for relatively close imaging of items, including circuit boards and electrical panels.
Though thin as most mobile devices, the FLIR ONE Pro packs in two distinct cameras: one to capture infrared radiation, and another to capture visible light. Together these help identify hot or cold areas of concern, along with recording how the area appeared to the human eye. The two cameras also allow the FLIR ONE Pro to perform the patented MSX image enhancement.
With MSX, FLIR uses the visible camera to locate edges of objects and writing, then embosses this data into the thermal image in real time. This results in a thermal image that looks much more like the world as we see it, yet still includes all thermal data.
The FLIR ONE Pro can record video, still images, time-lapse images, and panoramic images. These can be saved to the gallery inside the FLIR ONE app, or directly to the camera roll of your phone or tablet.
Captured media are stored in common formats and can easily be shared by email and text, or uploaded to any social media site. Still images are captured as radiometric jpg files, complete with temperature data for every pixel.
This gives you many options for analysis and reporting functionality, from the FLIR Tools desktop software, to the updated FLIR ONE app. When used with the FLIR ONE Pro, the app now includes the ability to add multiple spot meters, along with one touch report generation capabilities.
A great design innovation of the third generation FLIR ONE is the adjustable connector. A thumbscrew allows the attachment plug to move in or out as needed to perfectly fit almost any device, with or without a case. The connector will retain this setting, with no need for adjustment on future uses of the same device. The latest FLIR ONE will also allow the camera to be switched from front facing to rear facing in both iOS (Lightning), Android (USB-C) and Android (MICRO-USB) configurations.
The FLIR ONE Pro gives users greater control over imaging conditions: emissivity can be selected from among presets or user specified. Image level and span can also be user set on the Pro version, eliminating temperatures not of concern, and allowing better color palette distribution across the image area. The built-in rechargeable battery is good for one hour of working time, and will recharge in around 40 minutes. The FLIR ONE Pro is built tough, and drop rated to 6 feet (1.8m).
Note: The phone is not included.
iOS Device Compatibility
|iPhone SE||Accessory has been designed to connect specifically to these models, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.
Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod, iPhone, or iPad may affect wireless performance.
|iPhone 7 / iPhone 7 Plus|
|iPhone 6 / iPhone 6 Plus|
|iPad / iPad Mini|
Android Device Compatibility
To be compatible with FLIR ONE Pro, the mobile Android device must have either a USB-C or a Micro-USB connector.
The Micro-USB version of the Flir One Pro is for use with older Android Smartphones and devices.
Newer Smartphones generally use the reversible USB-C connector and require this version of the Flir One Pro.
You need to determine this to order the correct Flir One Pro.
USB-C Compatible Smartphone
|Google Pixel||To be compatible with FLIR ONE, a device must meet the minimum requirements and appear on the list below as a compatible device.
|Google Pixel XL|
|Google Nexus 6P|
|Samsung Galaxy S8|
|Samsung Galaxy S8+|
|Samsung Galaxy A5|
FLIR ONE Pro Specifications:
|Temperature Measurement Range||-20 to +400 °C, -4 to +752 °F|
|Field of View H x V||55 x 43°|
|Best Temperature Measurement Accuracy||±3 °C|
|Maximum Temperature Measurement||+400 °C, +752 °F|
|Minimum Focus Distance||150mm|
|Focus Type||Automatic, Manual|
|Detector Resolution||160 x 120 pixel|
|IR/Visual Image Combination||MSX|
|Minimum Focus||150 mm|
|Interface Type||IOS Lightning, Male USB-C or Micro-USB|
|Display Resolution||1440 x 1080pixel|
|Application||Electrical Issues, Home & Building Inspection, HVAC & Plumbing|
|Radiometric Video on Camera||Yes|
|Other Built-in Measurements||Distance|
|Auto Capture on Camera||Yes|
|Field of View||55 x 43°|
|Dimensions L x W x D||67 x 34 x 14 mm|
|Vertical Field of View||43°|
|Horizontal Field of View||55°|
|Horizontal Display Resolution||1440 pixel|
|Vertical Display Resolution||1080 pixel|
|Dimensions||67 x 34 x 14 mm|
|Horizontal Detector Resolution||160 pixel|
|Vertical Detector Resolution||120 pixel|