FLIR HS-307 Command 7.5Hz Thermal Camera (NTSC)

FLIR HS-307 Command 7.5Hz Thermal Camera (NTSC)

FLIR HS-307 Command 7.5Hz Thermal Camera (NTSC)

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Product Highlights

  • 320x240 VOx Microbolometer Sensor
  • 7.5-13.5µm Spectral Response
  • Captures JPEG Photos, MPEG-4 Video
  • 65mm Lens, 7x5° Field of View
  • 2.0x Digital Zoom
  • 7.5Hz Refresh Rate
  • NTSC Video Output
  • Shuttered Eyeguard
  • IP67 Waterproof Rating
  • Made in USA
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FLIR HS-307 overview

  • 1Description

The NTSC configuration of HS-307 Command Thermal Camera from FLIR is a handheld thermal monocular capable of capturing photo and recording video of the transmitted image. The 320x240 VOx thermal sensor measures the heat signature within the field of view and enables the operator to see beyond smoke, dust, and fog obscuring the visual scene. Thermal imaging creates an image by discriminating between differences in temperature, allowing the HS-307 to consistently operate in daylight, pitch dark, and dynamic lighting conditions. To optimize the transmitted image for specific applications, this monocular features two selectable polarity modes and adjustable brightness. The dedicated polarity, brightness, zoom, and capture buttons located on the top of the housing enable intuitive control of the monocular functions without taking your eye off the display.

The HS-307 monocular enables operators to record, store, and transfer images of the thermal scene. Native resolution photos and videos can be recorded to an SD/SDHC card and transferred to a computer using the USB 2.0 port. This monocular includes an interchangeable 65mm manual focus lens that provides a 7-degree horizontal viewing angle that is well-suited for long-range observations. Also included is a hot shoe attachment for connecting the power adapter as well as an s-video output cable for remote viewing and recording. A shuttered eyeguard prevents light from the viewfinder display from illuminating the operator's face and helps maintain covert posture. The weather sealed housing, bayonet lens mounting system, and integrated SD card slot make the HS-307 Command a full-featured thermal monocular for first responders and tactical professionals.

Imaging Performance
  • 320x240 VOx microbolometer sensor
  • 65mm lens with 7x5° field of view
  • 7.5Hz refresh rate
  • +/- 2 diopter adjustment
  • 2.0x digital zoom
  • JPEG photo/MPEG-4 video format
Use and Handling
  • Brightness adjustment
  • Black hot, white hot polarity modes
  • NTSC video output
  • Manual focus lens
  • Shuttered eyecup
  • Integrated dual-sided hand strap
  • Bayonet lens mount
  • 1/4" tripod mount
Construction Details
  • IP67 waterproof rating
  • 3.3 ft (1 m) drop rating
  • 34.7 oz (985 g) weight with batteries
  • -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C) operating temperature
In the Box
FLIR HS-307 Command 7.5Hz Thermal Camera (NTSC)
  • Hot Shoe Charging/Video-Out Attachment
  • AC Power Adapter/Charger
  • Car Adapter/Charger
  • Neck Lanyard
  • USB Cable
  • Video-Out Cable
  • Operator Manual
  • 4 x Rechargeable NiMh AA Batteries
  • One Year Limited Warranty
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    FLIR HS-307 specs

    Array Configuration 320 x 240 VOx microbolometer
    Sensitivity <50 mK at f/1.0
    Spectral Response 7.5 - 13.5 µm
    Field of View 7 x 5°
    Lens System 65 mm
    Eye Relief Not specified by mfr
    Minimum Focus Distance Not specified by mfr
    Diopter Correction +/- 2
    Refresh Rate 7.5Hz
    Video Output NTSC via composite video
    Start-Up Time 1.5 seconds (from stand-by)
    Power Source (4) rechargeable NiMh AA batteries
    Runtime Up to 6 hours of continuous operation at room temperature (with included batteries)
    Weatherproofing IP67 rating
    Shock Rating 3.3 ft (1 m)
    Operating Temperature -4 to 140°F (-20 to 60°C)
    Dimensions 10.96 x 3.3 x 2.6" (28 x 8.4 x 6.8 cm)
    Weight (with Batteries) 34.7 oz (985 g) with lens

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