The PAL configuration of the PathFindIR 8.3Hz Thermal Camera from FLIR is an automobile-mountable thermal imaging device designed to enhance a driver's awareness of potential road hazards. A 19mm wide angle lens delivers a 36x27 degree field of view and features an auto-activated heating element that prevents the lens from frosting over when the ambient air approaches freezing temperature.
PathFindIR thermal imaging systems are intended to help drivers see vehicles, pedestrians, and animals through smoke, fog, and glare from headlights. A 320x240 resolution uncooled thermal sensor and advanced image-processing algorithms enable the PathFindIR to help identify hazards in daylight, no light, and even dynamic lighting conditions. A weather sealed housing, PAL analog video output, and 8.3Hz refresh rate make the PathFindIR a full-featured thermal camera for commercial trucks and recreational vehicles.
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- Thermal Imaging Sensor
- FLIR's 320x240 VOx microbolometer imaging core boasts <100mK sensitivity, 8-14µm spectral response, and 8.3Hz refresh rate.
- Lens System
- 19mm wide angle lens is impact resistant, transmits a 35x27 degree field of view, and automatically heated to prevent frosting.
- Video Output
- Standard PAL analog video is compatible with most monitors and displays.
- Sealed Design
- The IP67-rated hermetically sealed and pressurized housing allows the PathFindIR unit to perform in a wide range of weather conditions.
- Compact Form Factor
- A 2.8 x 2.3 x 2.2" footprint enables the PathFindIR housing to fit behind a vehicle grill or other unobtrusive location.