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The FLIR Vue Pro 640 Slow Frame Rate 9Hz is specifically designed for professional aerial thermal imaging. When mounted on any compatible gimbal or rig, this specialized camera can turn any flight system into an industrial tool for airborne operations and services.
It is capable of delivering 14-bit still images and 8-bit 640p digital thermal videos with accurate measurements for a variety of applications, including aerial surveys, building and powerline inspections, public safety, and other critical operations. The system also supports onboard recording of all media to eliminate the risk of data loss during transmission.
Through Bluetooth or Pulse Width Modulation (PWM), users can configure the camera’s pre-flight settings and control up to two camera functions simultaneously on the dedicated FLIR mobile app. Future integration of the Micro Air Vehicle Link (MAVLink) will also provide access to unique commands, such as multiple photo capture for image stitching and custom camera control configuration via Pulse Width Modulation (PWM).
The FLIR Vue Pro can utilize its MAVLink compatibility and the Pix4Dmapper desktop software to create and automatically geotag impressive representations of real-world structures and sceneries using just 2D maps and 3D models. These advanced image stitching and aerial mapping technologies make the FLIR Vue Pro a reliable tool for producing useful, high-quality imagery for professional drone operators.
|Overview||Vue Pro R 640||Vue Pro R 336|
|Thermal Imager||Uncooled VOx Microbolometer|
|Resolution||640 × 512||336 × 256|
(FOV for Full-Sensor Digital Output)
|9 mm; 69° × 56°
13 mm; 45° × 37°
19 mm; 32° × 26°
|6.8 mm; 45° × 35°
9 mm; 35° × 27°
13 mm; 25° × 19°
(FOV for NTSC Analog Output)
|9 mm; 62° × 49°
13 mm; 45° × 35°
19 mm; 32° × 24°
|6.8 mm; 44° × 33°
9 mm; 34° × 26°
13 mm; 24° × 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)|
|Measurement Accuracy||+/-5°C or 5% of reading in -25°C to +135°C range
+/-20°C or 20% of reading in -40°C to +550°C range
|Size||2.48" × 1.75" x 1.75" (including lens)|
|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|
|Color 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)|
|Radiometric Temperature Range||0°C to +40°C|
|Operating Temperature Range||-20°C to +50°C|
|Non-Operating Temperature Range||-55°C to +95°C|
|Operational Altitude||+40,000 feet|
|Power & HDMI Video Module (Optional Accessory) **|
|Input Power Range||5 VDC – 28 VDC|
|Reverse Polarity Protection?||Yes|
|Analog Video Output?||Yes|
|HDMI Output||1280 × 720 @ 50hz, 60hz|
* 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.
** Note: The HDMI output is not intended for use to drive a television or display. The micro-HDMI connector outputs HDMI video for live digital video downlink systems like DJI Lightbridge and 3DR Solo.