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Boson 320 FLIR Camera | Compact LWIR Thermal Camera Core

$1,166.00$3,150.00

  • The FLIR Boson® 320 Longwave Infrared (LWIR) Thermal Camera Core sets a new standard for size, weight, power, and performance.
  • It has a 12µm pitch vanadium oxide (VOx) uncooled detector, a resolution of 320 x 256, and it’s available with various lens options, so you’re sure to find a configuration that’s just right for your next project.
  • Boson’s advanced image processing, video analytics, peripheral sensor drivers, and industry-standard communication interfaces make integration easy.
  • COMING SOON! A new release of Boson software (v 2.1) pending within the next couple of weeks will bring about:
    • Improved image quality through various new and improved noise filters for shutterless configurations (also benefits shuttered cameras);
    • USB 3.1 Gen 1 (formerly called USB 3.0 and also called USB 3.2 Gen 1 x 1);
    • External Sync fully validated;
    • Miscellaneous bug fixes and optimizations.
  • This product has a 1 – 8 week estimated delivery time. Expediting may be possible. Please call us at 409-861-0788 for more information.
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Boson 320 Accessories

If you would like to purchase these accessories individually without purchasing a Boson 320 camera, please see their individual product pages.

  • Boson Camera Link Accessory Kit (without CL Cable) - $496.99
    Boson USB VPC Kit (VPC & USB-C to USB-A Cable) - $167.99
    Boson USB / Analog Video VPC Kit - $176.99
    Boson Development PCB - $1,397.99
    Boson Lens Focus Tool - $52.99
    Boson Tripod Mount Adapter - $42.99

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  • Unmatched Image Sensitivity
  • Advanced Image Processing
  • Video Analytics
  • Peripheral Sensor Drivers
  • Integrates into Embedded Systems
  • Small Size
  • Lightweight
  • Various available lens options
  • Detector Array: Uncooled VOx Microbolometer
  • Pixel Pitch: 12 µm
  • Pixel Resolution: 320 x 256
  • Spectral Band: 7.5 µm – 13.5 µm
  • Thermal Sensitivity (NETD):
    • < 40 mK (Industrial)
    • < 50 mK (Professional)
    • < 60 mk (Consumer)
  • Frame Rate:
    • 30/60 Hz Fast Video
    • ≤9 Hz Slow Video
  • Dynamic Range: 14 bit
  • Operation Range: -40 °C to 80 °C
  • Storage Range: -50 °C to 105 °C
  • Pixel Operability: > 99%
  • 1500 G Shock @ 0.4 msec
  • Dimensions (without lens): 21 mm x 21 mm x 11 mm
    (H x W x D ± 0.5 mm)
  • Weight (without lens): 7.5 g
  • UART or USB for Power & Data
  • Peripheral Channels: I2C, SPI, SDIO
  • Video Channels: CMOS or USB2
  • Continuous Electronic Zoom: 1x – 8x zoom
  • f-number: 1.1
  • Image Orientation: Adjustable (vertical flip and/or horizontal flip)
  • Non-Uniformity Correction (NUC): Factory calibrated; updated FFCs with FLIR’s Silent Shutterless NUC (SSN™)
  • Snapshots:  Full-frame snapshot, SDIO interface to support removable media
  • Integral Solar protection
  • Symbol Overlay: Re-writable each frame; alpha blending for translucent overlay
  • Scene Dynamic Range [Gain Mode in parentheses]: to +140 °C (high) to +500 °C (low)
  • Precision Mounting Holes: Four tapped M16 x 0.35 (rear cover). Lens support recommended when lens mass exceeds core mass.
  • Input Voltage: 3.3 VDC
  • Power Dissipation: Varies by configuration; as low as 500 mW
  • 2.3 mm Lens (92° HFOV)
  • 4.3 mm Lens (50° HFOV)
  • 6.3 mm Lens (34° HFOV)
  • 9.1 mm Lens (24° HFOV)
  • 13.8 mm Lens (16°  HFOV)
  • 18 mm Lens (12° HFOV)
  • 36 mm Lens (6° HFOV)
  • 55 mm Lens (4° HFOV)

With the new release of Boson software (v 2.1) coming within the next couple of weeks what other things do I need to know?

  • Does Boson support External Syncing ?
    • Yes, external sync is fully validated, but depending on the camera vintage, apps engineering may need to help enable it. External sync has been validated, however operating at a frame rate other than 60 Hz will result in diminished image quality.
  • What is the time constant of Boson?
    • Approximately 8-10 ms. Please keep in mind that time constant is not a specified, controlled, tested, or reported characteristic on production cameras.
  • Status of Radiometry for Boson?
    • Although engineering resources may be committed to this task in 2019, it’s unlikely that Radiometry will be released earlier than 2020.

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