Seek Thermal offers new way to convert smartphone to thermal imager

Startup company Seek Thermal has released a MicroUSB or Lighting connector-based thermal imaging camera that connects directly to your iPhone or Android device (Largely iPhone and Samsung Galaxy models, see here), effectively converting it into an infrared camera.

Sep 25th, 2014
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Startup company Seek Thermal has released a MicroUSB or Lighting connector-based thermal imaging camera that connects directly to your iPhone or Android device (Largely iPhone and Samsung Galaxy models, see here), effectively converting it into an infrared camera. The camera features a 206 x 156 VOx uncooled microbolometer detector with a 12 µm x 12 µm pixel pitch. It offers a 36° field of view, magnesium housing, and a Chalcogenide lens, while achieving long wave infrared sensitivity in the 7.2 µm to 13 µm range. In addition to perhaps finding fun ways to use the infrared camera on your own, Seek Thermal suggests that it could be used for security/surveillance, home inspection (heat loss), maintenance, cooking, measurement, and outdoor applications.

To Learn More:

Contact:Seek Thermal
Headquarters: Santa Barbara, CA, USA
Product:
Seek Thermal camera
Key Features:
206 x 156 VOx uncooled microbolometer pixel array, 12 µm x 12 µm pixel pitch, 36° field of view, 7.2 µm to 13 µm range spectral range.

What Seek Thermal says:
View more information on the Seek Thermal camera.

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