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FLIR BHS-X Command 320 x 240 Thermal Bi-ocular (30 Hz, Body Only)

FLIR BHS-X Command 320 x 240 Thermal Bi-ocular (30 Hz, Body Only)

B&H # FLBHSXCT30C MFR # 431-0005-01-00
FLIR BHS-X Command 320 x 240 Thermal Bi-ocular (30 Hz, Body Only)

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Product Highlights

  • 320 x 240 VOx Thermal Detector
  • 320 x 240 JPEG Photos, AVI Videos
  • 2x Digital Zoom
  • 30Hz Refresh Rate
  • 320 x 240 NTSC/PAL Video Output
  • SD/SDHC Memory Card Slot
  • Bayonet Lens Mount
  • Waterproof to 3.3'
  • Made in USA
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Refresh Rate: 30 Hz

9 Hz

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30 Hz
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FLIR BHS-X overview

  • 1Description

The NTSC factory-configured FLIR BHS-X Command 320 x 240 Thermal Bi-ocular is a handheld thermal imaging device that enables operators to see, record, or relay images and videos of thermal signatures through fog, smoke, and foliage during the day or at night. At the core of this device is the 320 x 240 VOx uncooled microbolometer that operates at room temperature and provides a 30 Hz refresh rate. Depending on a choice of your optional lens, the field of view will range from 5 x 3° to 13 x 10°. This versatile thermal imager offers 2x digital zoom and a number of palettes and digital enhancements like the FLIR Proprietary Digital Detail Enhancement. You can save 320 x 240-pixel JPEG images and AVI videos to an SD memory card or relay 320 x 240-pixel NTSC or PAL videos to external displays and recorders. To enhance user experience, the bi-ocular offers a simple but effective control pad, red status LED, and an in-view menu.

This thermal imaging device is packaged into a lightweight, durable, and ergonomic polymer body. Its rubberized covering provides a non-slip grip, and its rubber eye guard offers comfort and protects eyepiece optics from rain and snow. To provide effective use of the bi-ocular optic to anyone, the eyepiece section offers an intra-ocular adjustment. The housing also has two hands traps for handheld operation and 1/4"-20 socket for use on a tripod.

Thermal Imager
  • 320 x 240 VOx microbolometer
  • 30 Hz refresh rate
  • 2x digital zoom
Compatible Lenses
  • QD32 35mm lens
  • QD65 65mm lens
  • QD100 100mm lens
Video, Display, Memory
  • FLIR Proprietary Digital Detail Enhancement
  • Two LCD displays, one in each eyepiece
  • 320 x 240 JPEG photos and AVI videos
  • 320 x 240 NTSC or PAL formats
  • White Hot, Black Hot polarities
  • SD or SDHC card memory slot
  • Start-up from stand-by is less than 2 seconds
Construction Details
  • Durable and lightweight polymer housing
  • Rubber covering for a non-slip grip
  • Optional lenses have tethered lens caps
  • Quick-disconnect bayonet
  • Inter-ocular adjustment
  • Impact-resistant
  • Two hand straps
  • Rubber eye-guard
  • 1/4"-20 tripod socket
  • Waterproof, submersible to 3.3'
UPC: 815121013897
In the Box
FLIR BHS-X Command 320 x 240 Thermal Bi-ocular (30 Hz, Body Only)
  • Hot Shoe Charger
  • AC Power Adapter/Charger
  • 4 x Rechargeable NiMh AA Batteries
  • Video Output Attachment
  • Video Output Cable
  • USB Cable
  • Hard Carrying Case
  • Neck Lanyard
  • Product CD
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
  • Limited 10-Year Warranty on Thermal Sensor
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    FLIR BHS-X specs

    Sensor 320 x 240 VOx microbolometer
    Display LCD
    Lens System Optional
    Refresh Rate 30 Hz
    Digital Zoom 2x
    Video Output Default video out format: NTSC
    Can be factory-configured to PAL
    Battery / Runtime 4 x rechargeable NiMh AA batteries / 4-5 h, 100 h on stand-by
    Weatherproofing IP67-rated: Submersible to 3.3' (1 m) for 30 minutes (with lens attached)
    Operating Temperature -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
    Storage Temperature -40°F to 167°F (-40°C to 75°C)
    Dimensions 11.0 x 6.5 x 2.6" (28 x 16.5 x 6.6 cm)
    Weight (with Batteries) 35.2 oz (997 g)

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