The FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera – Choice of Lens is available in three models each with a different size lens and subsequently a different field of view (FOV). For further information regarding these models, please see the table below.
|Product Code||Product Name||Lens Size||FOV|
|436-0013-00S||FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera, 6.8mm, 45 x 34 FOV||6.8mm||45º x 34º|
|436-0014-00S||FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera, 9mm, 35 x 27 FOV||9mm||35º x 27º|
|436-0015-00S||FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera, 13mm, 25 x 19 FOV||13mm||25º x 19º|
*Please note 30Hz versions of these cameras are available here.
For a quick introduction to these cameras, please watch the video below.
The FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera is a versatile, cost-effective product that can function as a thermal camera, temperature measurement instrument and data logger. Its multifunctional capabilities make it suitable for an eclectic range of applications, including:
- Search and rescue
- Precision agriculture
- Roof inspections
- Powerline inspections
- Substation inspections
- Cell tower inspections
Adding to its suitability for mapping, surveying and precision agriculture is its compatibility with Pix4Dmapper, which is used to develop maps from images captured by drones. Moreover, the FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera’s ability to be connected to the MAVLink system (or other flight-control systems) allows it to include full aircraft geo-location and flight data information with every captured image, facilitating easy image-stitching.
When the FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera is controlled using the MAVLink function, the user may alter colour palettes, initiate and terminate recording and engage the e-zoom function whilst the camera is in flight. The MAVLink command function is facilitated via an RS-232 connection, made possible by the integrated accessory port, and, when engaged, allows the user to operate two camera controls. If it is not engaged the user can operate up to four camera controls via PWM commands.
Further to this, the FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera includes a built-in, low-power Bluetooth module which facilitates the user’s ability to perform pre-flight configurations using FLIR’s iOS or Android apps. Using either of these apps the user is able to select the desired colour palette, adjust the image optimisation features, tailor PWM inputs and begin recording.
Once the user has set the FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera to record, media is saved to the onboard, removable micro-SD card, ensuring that data is retained in the event of a loss of transmission. Images and footage saved to this card can be downloaded to a PC by either connecting the camera or micro-SD card to a computer. In addition to this, the FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera includes a power-in/ video-out connection over a 10-pin mini-USB which provides easy access to analogue video for downlinking and facilitates simple integration.
Finally, the FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera has a resolution of 336 x 256 and is able to capture 14-bit sill images and 8-bit digital video in MJPEG or H.264 file formats.
The extensive image capture and data logging capabilities of the FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera, as well as its suitability for use with sUAS, make it ideal for helping teams make informed decisions through the acquisition of thermal images and data.
The FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera – Choice of Lens Key Features
- Available in three models each with a different lens size and FOV
- Functions as a thermal camera, temperature measurement instrument and data logger
- Suitable for search and rescue, precision agriculture, roof inspection, powerline inspection, substation inspection, cell tower inspection, security, surveying and mapping applications
- Compatible with Pix4Dmapper
- Connection to MAVLink system or other flight systems makes it suitable for image stitching
- When connected to the above systems the camera will include geo-location and flight data information with each captured image
- MAVLink function can be used to alter colour palettes, begin and end recording and engage the e-zoom function whilst the camera is in flight
- MAVLink command is facilitated by an RS-232 connection
- An RS-232 connection which is made possible by the integrated accessory port
- MAVLink allows the user to operate two camera controls
- When MAVLink is not engaged the user can operate up to four camera controls via PWM commands
- Built-in, low-power Bluetooth module
- Bluetooth module facilitates the user’s ability to perform pre-flight configurations using FLIR’s Android or iOS apps
- Pre-configure the colour palette, image optimisation features, PWM inputs and set the camera to begin recording
- Media is saved to the integrated micro-SD card
- Connect the camera or micro-SD card to a computer to facilitate information download
- Power-in/ video-out connection over a 10-pin mini-USB provides easy access to analogue video for downlinking and simple integration
- 336 x 256 resolution
- Capture 14-bit still images
- Capture 8-bit digital video in MJPEG or H.264 file formats
- Suitable for use with sUAS, such as drones
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The FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera – Choice of Lens has a thermal sensitivity of 30mK NETD. A lower mK value means a more accurate thermal camera.
FLIR Vue Pro Thermal Imaging Camera Technical Specifications and Comparison Table
The FLIR Vue Pro 336 9Hz Thermal Imaging Camera is part FLIR's Vue Pro range. Please find below the technical specifications for all the models in this range.
|Thermal Imager||Uncooled VOx Microbolometer|
|Camera model||Vue Pro 640||Vue Pro 336|
(FOV for Full-Sensor Digital Output)
|9 mm; 69° x 56°||6.8 mm; 44° x 36°|
|13 mm; 45° x 37°||9 mm; 35° x 27°|
|19 mm; 32° x 26°||13 mm; 25° x 19°|
(FOV for NTSC Analog Output)*
|9 mm; 62° x 49°||6.8 mm; 44° x 33°|
|13 mm; 45° x 35°||9 mm; 34° x 26°|
|19 mm; 32° x 24°||13 mm; 24° x 18°|
|Spectral Band||7.5 - 13.5 μm|
|Full Frame Rates||30 Hz (NTSC); 25 Hz (PAL)|
|Exportable Frame Rates||7.5 Hz (NTSC); 8.3 Hz (PAL)|
|Size||2.26" x 1.75" (57.4 x 44.4 mm) (including lens)|
|Weight||3.25-4 oz (92.1 – 113.4 g) (configuration dependent)|
|Precision Mounting Holes||Two M2x0.4 on each of two sides & bottom
One 1/4-20 threaded hole on top
|Image Processing & Display Controls|
|Image Optimization for sUAS||Yes|
|Scene Presets & Image Processing?||Yes - Adjustable in App|
|Invertable Image?||Yes - Adjustable in App|
|Colour Palettes||Yes - Adjustable in App and via PWM|
|Zoom||Yes - Adjustable in App and via PWM|
|Input Voltage||4.8 - 6.0 VDC|
|Power Dissipation (peak)||2.1 W (3.9 W)|
|Operating Temperature Range||-20°C to +50°C|
|Non-Operating Temperature Range||-55°C to +95°C|
|Operational Altitude||+40,000 feet|
|* Because the analog video output resolutions (640 × 480 and 320 × 240, respectively) are less than the full sensor resolution captured when saving digital stills and video, their resultant fields of view are slightly smaller as well. Both sets of values are shown here to allow operators the option of choosing the FOVs that most accurately reflect their pre-flight planning requirements.|