Thermal Imaging Camera Attachment for Android

Explore the world around you in ways you never thought possible. Simply attach FLIR ONE to your smartphone or tablet and experience a new vision of the world. FLIR ONE offers non-contact spot temperature measurement, patented MSX Technology, and automatic shuttering. Plus, the FLIR ONE App offers thermal panoramas and timelapse.


Amazon is selling this older model for about $250 right now, and the new third generation FLIR One thermal camera will be priced at just $200. This device has RoHS, CE/FCC, CEC-BC, EN61233 certification (with MFi on the iOS version), weighs in at 34.5 grams, and should be able to handle a drop from 1.5 meters. The pixel size of the thermal sensor is 17μm with an 8 – 14 μm spectral range. The thermal resolution is 80×60, visual resolution is at 1440×1080, and the HFOV / VFOV is 50° ± 1° / 38° ± 1°.

The second device announced this week at CES is the FLIR One Pro, and it will be priced at $400. It has the same OneFit adjustable connector that adapts the thermal camera to fit with almost any phone case. It can measure temperatures on any spot in a scene between -4°F and 248°F (or -20°C to 120°C). It has the same certifications as the regular 3rd generation model, except for the thermal resolution (now 160×120), and the pixel size of its thermal sensor is 12μm  with an 8 – 14μm spectral range.

This Pro model also lets you connect with certified thermographers around the world, and it has what FLIR is calling VividIR Image Enhancement (which is described as the latest and most powerful image processing). You can pre-register for either of these new thermal cameras directly on the FLIR website right now.

Video Link:

Official Website Link:

Watch Product Review here:



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s