Prices for the FLIR Duo Pro R thermal imaging system start at $5200 (UK price not known) and we think that will be for the smaller thermal core at 336pix.
The Duo Pro r comes with high grade 4k visual imaging and packed full of great tech, heres a run-off from FLIRs site.
The Pro r comes with two live video output options – analog video, or digital video over micro-HDMI – pilots can switch between thermal and color imagers in flight, or view them both in picture-in-picture mode, and select MSX® blended imagery, all while recording video and stills on two microSD cards.
The on-board sensor suite makes Duo Pro R a self-contained airborne mapping package, coming with a fully integrated GPS receiver, IMU, magnetometer, and barometer that will provide all the data needed to create accurate orthomosaics from an airborne platform without integrating to external flight controllers.
The say that the Dup Pro r is easy to configuration over Bluetooth with the FLIR UAS app for iOS and Android systems, this will let pilots easily configure Duo Pro R before takeoff. Set thermal imaging color palettes, image optimization features, configure PWM inputs and MAVLink interface, and start recording all without lugging a computer to the field.
High resolution thermal and 4K color imagers integrated into a single powerful, convenient package.
Multiple Display Options
Select the video source you want – visible, thermal with MSX, or picture-in-picture.
With a wide power input range of 5-26VDC and ready analog or HDMI digital video outputs, Duo Pro R can be made to fit almost any drone.
Fully integrated GPS, IMU, magnetometer, and barometer embed all the metadata in still images needed to create accurate maps.
Configure and control the camera in the air with up to four PWM inputs, or interface to MAVLink devices.
Records digital thermal video and stills to two dedicated on-board microSD cards.
FLIR Duo Pro R Spec
|Overview||Duo Pro R 640||Duo Pro R 336|
|Thermal Imager||Uncooled VOx Microbolometer|
|Spectral Band||7.5 – 13.5 μm|
|Thermal Sensitivty||<50 mK|
|Thermal Sensor Resolution Options||640 x 512||336 x 256|
|Thermal Lens Options||13 mm: 45° x 37°||9 mm: 35° x 27°|
|19 mm: 32° x 26°||13 mm: 25° x 19°|
|25 mm: 25° x 20°||19 mm: 17° x 13°|
|Thermal Frame Rate||30 Hz|
|Visible Sensor Resolution||4000 x 3000|
|Visible Camera FOV’s||56° x 45°|
|Measurement Accuracy||+/- 5 C or 5% of readings in the -25°C to +135°C range
+/- 20 C or 20% of readings in the -40°C to +550°C range
|Size||87 × 82 × 69 mm|
|Weight||325 g – 375 g (640-25 mm only)||325 g|
|Image Processing & Display Controls|
|Imaging Modes||IR-only, Vis-only, Picture-in-Picture (IR in Vis)|
|MSX Image Enhancement?||Yes|
|Multiple Color Palettes?||Yes – Adjustable in App and via PWM|
|GPS?||Yes (GPS, GLONASS)|
|Other Sensors||Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, Barometer|
|USB 3.0||Power in, USB Mass Storage|
|10-Pin Accessory Port||Power in, Analog Video Out, PWM, MAVLink, Frame Sync Out|
|Micro-HDMI||Digital Video Out|
|Input Voltage||5.5 – 26.0 VDC (10-pin JST Port)|
|5.0 VDC (USB-C Port)|
|Power Dissipation (avg)||10 W|
|Remote Control?||Yes – PWM (3 channels), MAVLink|
|Digital Video Output||1080p60, 1080p30, 720p60|
|Mounting Features||1/4”-20 TPI Tripod Mounts (qty 2, bottom surface)|
|Operating Temperature Range||-20°C to +50°C|
|Storage Temperature Range||-20°C to +60°C|
|Operational Altitude||+38,000 feet|