FLIR Hadron 640+ Non-Radiometric Drone Camera Module


    Collect high-speed, dual VGA radiometric thermal and HD visible imagery.


    Reduce development cost and time to market with a solution from a single, reliable supplier.


    Optimise design and operation time with compact, lightweight, and low-power module.



Hadron 640+ High Performance, Dual Thermal and Visible OEM Camera Module

Teledyne FLIR has launched the next generation dual thermal and visible camera Hadron 640 series. The NEW ITAR-free non-radiometric Hadron 640+ offers an industry-leading thermal sensitivity of <20 mK in a SWaP-optimized design for UAV, UGV, and robotic platform integrators.

Hadron 640+ Remote Applications

The Hadron 640+ pairs a 64MP visible camera with a performance-leading 640 x 512 resolution Boson or Boson+ thermal camera in a single easy-to-integrate module. With a size, weight, and power (SWaP) optimized design, it is an ideal dual sensor payload for integration into unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), unmanned ground vehicles (UGV), robotic platforms, and emerging AI applications utilizing Teledyne FLIR Prism software.

Hadron 640 models share mechanical and electrical interfaces simplifying design. Compatible with Teledyne FLIR’s Prism AI detection, tracking, and classification models and Prism ISP libraries for super-resolution, turbulence mitigation, contrast enhancement, and more, Hadron 640 series enables effective AI-based applications. With drivers available for market leading processors from NVIDIA, Qualcomm, and more plus industry-leading integration support, Hadron 640 also reduces development cost and shortens time to market.

Radiometric Temperature Measurement Version

If you need to measure radiometric temperature, FLIR also offers the Hadron 640R+ Radiometric Drone Camera Module.

A radiometric thermal camera measures the temperature of a surface by interpreting the intensity of an infrared signal reaching the camera. This non-contact and non-destructive technique (NDT) gives users enormous advantages for many of their surface temperature measurement applications because it can be integrated into a FLIR drone package.

FLIR Hadron 640+ Technical Specifications

Thermal Imaging DetectorBoson+ 640x512 pixels, 12mm pitch, USB 3.0, 2-lane MIPI, Non-Radiometric
EO Camera OpticsKontatsu B0623D01-0, EFL 4.8mm, 67° HFOV, F/# 1/2.3
EO Camera Sensor9248 x 6944 pixels (64.2 MP), 0.7 µm pitch, 4-lane MIPI
EO Camera VideoFull resolution @ 60 Hz
IMUICM20602, I2C or SPI (selectable)
IR Camera OpticsEFL 13.6mm, 32° HFOV, F/# 1.0
IR Camera VideoFull resolution @ 60Hz
Thermal Imaging DetectorBoson+ 640x512 pixels, 12mm pitch, USB 3.0, 2-lane MIPI, Non-Radiometric
Thermal Sensitivity<20 mK
Software Driversfor NVIDIA Jetson Nano
for Qualcomm Snapdragon rb5
for Qualcomm Snapdrago 865
Electrical InterfaceHadron connector: Hirose DF40C-50DP-0.4V(51)
Example of mating connector:DF40HC(2.5)-50DS-0.4V(51)
Power5V supply voltage. Typical power dissipation < 1800mW, Max < 2900mW
Mechanical InterfaceScrew mount to back plate
Size (w/o lens)35 x 49 x 45 mm
Environmental SealingIP54 (with the rear interfaces sealed)
Operational & Storage Temperature-20°C to +60°C
Tested EMI PerformanceFCC part 15 Class B

FLIR Hadron 640+ Datasheet

FLIR Hadron 640+ Dual Thermal and OEM Drone Camera Module Datasheet

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