Thermal Imaging For Your Android Device

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In July, we reported on FLIR’s launch of a thermal imaging device for your iPhone 5. Android owners were pretty well left out in the cold. We are happy to report that the capability is now available for select android devices and it looks to be very impressive. Therm-App™ from OPGAL Optronics is a thermal imaging camera operating in the 7 to 14 micron spectrum designed to interface to your Android device. The manufacturer claims detection of human targets at 500m (1600 ft.) and vehicle targets at 1500m (4900 ft.), which is impressive for a clip on device.

  • Resolution: 384 x 288 pixels (>110k pixels)
  • Spectrum: LWIR 7.5-14um
  • Lens Options and FOV: 6.8mm Lens (55 x 41⁰ ) or 19mm Lens (19 x 14⁰)
  • Frame Rate: 8.7Hz
  • Weight:  138 grams / 4.87 ounces  (with 19 mm lens)
  • Size: 55 x 65 x40 mm (2.16 x 2.55 x 1.57 in)
  • Operating Temperature: -10°C to +50°C  (-4°F to +122°F)
  • Power Supply: 5V over USB cable
  • Power Consumption: Less than 0.5W.
  • Certifications: CE, FCC
  • Device Attachment: Clip-on for smartphone (5.8-10cm span)
  • Mobile Platform Support: USB OTG (On The Go) compatible devices
  • Mobile OS Compatibility: Android 4.1 and up
  • Recording and Sharing: Therm-App™ Smartphone App
  • Imaging Modes: Thermography
  • Color temperature mapping: 5°C – 90°C
  • Available colors: Rainbow, Iron, Grayscale
  • Enhanced Vision: High-resolution thermal imagery (grayscale night vision)
  • NETD <0.07 degrees C

Therm-App™ is available now at a reduced price of $999. For a list of supported devices look here

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