FLIR unveils latest thermal camera

FLIR’s latest LS-Series thermal imaging camera is equipped with an uncooled, maintenance-free, microbolometer detector and delivers thermal images in any day or night situation.

Nov 1, 2012
By Paul Jacques
Ravjeet Gupta

FLIR’s latest LS-Series thermal imaging camera is equipped with an uncooled, maintenance-free, microbolometer detector and delivers thermal images in any day or night situation.

The FLIR LS64 produces thermal images of 640×480 pixels while the LS32 produces images of 320×240 pixels. All cameras are equipped with advanced internal camera software that delivers a crisp image without the need for user adjustments.

The LS32 comes with a 2x digital zoom, while the LS64 has a 2x, 4x digital zoom and continuous electronic zoom. The LS64 is equipped with a 35mm lens that can detect human targets at a distance of 1,080m. The LS32 has a 19mm lens capable of detecting a human target at 640m.

The LS-Series comes with rechargeable Li-Ion batteries that give a typical operating time of five to seven hours on a single load. The compact, handheld cameras weigh 340g, including batteries. They are IP67 rated and operate between minus 20C and plus 50C.

These thermal imaging cameras are fully controlled with the buttons on top of the unit. The buttons are all underneath the user’s fingertips. Both versions come with an integrated laser to pinpoint suspects in the dark. An InstAlert feature colours the hottest part of the scene in red, so as to spot suspects in the thermal image.

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