PLEASE NOTE: FLIR have discontinued this product; it has been replaced by the FLIR One Pro, available here, we apologise for any inconvenience this has caused.
There are three versions of this product:
- SKU: 435-0004-03: FLIR ONE for iOS (iPhone)
- SKU: 435-0005-03: FLIR ONE for Android with USB-C Connector
- SKU: 435-009-03: FLIR ONE for Android with Micro-USB Connector
About the FLIR ONE Smartphone Thermal Camera
Transform your smartphone or tablet into a thermal camera with the FLIR ONE!
How Does the FLIR ONE Work?
Simply plug the ONE into your phone/tablet, download the FLIR ONE app and start seeing the world in thermal.
With models available for both iOS and Android, there's a FLIR ONE for you.
- Dual Camera Setup - 80 x 60 pixel thermal detector with HD 1440 x 1080 visible camera
- MSX Blending - extracts the detail from a visual image and blends it with a thermal image, making it easier to define object edges and clearly see what the camera is pointing at
- On-Screen Spot Thermometer - real-time temperature readings of whatever you're looking at
- Fully Radiometric Analysis - every pixel in the image is assigned a temperature reading and further analysis is possible using FLIR's software
- Adjustable Length - both the USB-C and Lightning connector versions of the PRO can be expanded by an additional 4mm
- Reversible Connectors - ensures your ONE is facing the right way, available for both Android and iOS versions
- Keep Your Phone Safe - no need to remove your protective case - enjoy a protected phone and thermal imaging at the same time
Using the FLIR ONE
Upgrade to the FLIR ONE PRO
See the world in even greater thermal detail with the upgraded version of the ONE, the FLIR ONE PRO.
The table below outlines the difference between each.
|Feature||FLIR ONE PRO >>||FLIR ONE >>|
|MSX Visual and Thermal Image Blending||✔||✔|
|VividIR Image Processing||✔||✖|
|Thermal Only Mode||✔||✖|
|Visible Only Mode||✔||✖|
|Video, Photo and Time-Lapse Modes||✔||✔|
|Swipe To See Visible Image Mode||✔||✔|
|MSX Distance (Alignment)||✔||✔|
|Thermal Colour Palettes||9||9|
|High/Low Gain Mode||✔||✖|
|IR Scale (Displayed on Image, Adjustable Range)||✔||✖|
|Spot Meters (Max)||3 (movable)||1 (fixed)|
|Rectangular Region of Interest (max)||3 (movable)||✖|
|Circular Region of Interest (max)||3 (movable)||✖|
|Manual Flat Field Correction||✔||✔|
Please note the compatibility information detailed beneath was correct at the time of writing. For a more up-to-date list of compatible iOS and Android products please see Flir's web page, accessible via this link.
*Please note that new Samsung phones, such as the S8 are supplied with adaptors which are not OTG enabled. Therefore you will need a separate adaptor with OTG (On The Go) capability in order to connect this Thermal Camera to your device.
|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|
The following is a list of devices compatible with the USB-C version of the FLIR ONE. The Micro USB compatibility list is yet to be released.
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|
Need more information? Find it in the full technical specification and reviews.
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The FLIR ONE Smartphone Thermal Camera for Android & iOS (3rd Generation) has a thermal sensitivity of 30mK NETD. A lower mK value means a more accurate thermal camera.
FLIR ONE Technical Specifications
|Certifications||MFi (iOS version), RoHS, CE/FCC, CEC-BC, EN61233|
|Operating Temperature||0 to 35°C (32 to 95°F)
Battery charging 0 to 30°C (32 to 86°F)
|Non-Operating Temperature||-20 to 60°C (-4 to 140°F)|
|Size||67 x 34 x 14mm (W x H x D)|
|Mechanical Shock||Drop from 1.8m (5.9ft)|
|Types of Camera||Thermal and visual with MSX|
|Thermal Sensor||Pixel Size 17μm
8 to 14μm spectral range
|Thermal Resolution||80 x 60 pixels|
|Visual Resolution||1440 x 1080|
|Horizontal Field of View||50° ±1°|
|Vertical Field of View||38° ±1°|
|Focus||Fixed 15cm to infinity|
|Scene Dynamic Range||-20 to 120°C (-4 to 752°F)|
|Accuracy||±3°C (5.4°F) typical percent of the difference between ambient and scene temperature. Applicable 60s after startup when the unit is within 15 to 35°C (59 to 95°F) and the scene is within 5 to 120°C (41 to 248°F)|
|Thermal Sensitivity (MRTD)||150mK|
|Emissivity Settings||Matte: 95%
Reflected background temperature is 22°C (72°F)
|Battery Life||Approx 1 hour|
|Battery Charge Time||40 minutes|
|Video||Male Lightning (iOS), Male USB-C (Android)|
|Charging||Female USB-C (5V/1A)|
|Video and Still Image Display/Capture||Saved as 1440 x 1080|
|File Formats||Photo - radiometric JPEG
Video - MPEG-4 (file format MOV (iOS)), MP4 (Android)
|Capture Modes||Video, photo, time lapse|
|Palettes||Grey (white hot), hottest, coldest, iron, rainbow, contrast, arctic, lava and wheel|
|Spot Meter||Off, °C, °F
|Adjustable MSX Distance||0.3m - infinity|
|Battery Charge Monitor||0 to 100%|