FLIR ONE Edge Pro IR Wireless Camera


    Conveniently scan targets out-of-reach or out-of-view from any angle, or clip the FLIR ONE Edge Pro to your smart device for one-handed operation.


    Take high-quality thermal images, easily identify targets, and recognize where problems are located with FLIR MSX, VividIR, and 160 × 120 (19,200 pixels) thermal resolution.


    Featuring FLIR Ignite cloud service, compatibility with FLIR Thermal Studio, and step-by-step guidance for FLIR-specific apps, The FLIR ONE Edge Pro can help you improve efficiency and scale your thermography inspection program.



FLIR ONE Edge Pro Thermal Camera with Wireless Connectivity for iOS and Android

The innovative FLIR ONE Edge Pro wirelessly connects to your smart device so you can easily inspect targets that are out of reach – or clip it onto your phone or tablet for one-handed operation.

Combining VividIR and FLIR MSX (Multi-Spectral Dynamic Imaging), you can take crisp thermal images from any position or angle with a natural grip. FLIR Ignite allows you to instantly upload images and videos from your FLIR ONE Edge Pro to the cloud where you can edit, organize, store, and share data.

Compatible with iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, the FLIR ONE Edge Pro can be used without limitations, regardless of carrier, operating system, or future smart device upgrades.

Detachable Thermal Camera for Inspecting Hard to Reach Places

Unlike previous models, the FLIR ONE Edge Pro doesn’t need to be physically connected to its companion mobile device nor does it have separate models for specific operating systems, providing maximum flexibility for thermal inspections.

The Edge Pro is the most versatile and advanced thermal-visible mobile camera thanks to its detachable form factor, designed to fit comfortably in your hand. It offers significantly greater flexibility by eliminating the need for specific connection ports or operating systems.

In addition to the new hardware design, Teledyne FLIR is providing more software tools to empower new and untrained users to conduct thermography inspections, process images, and create reports. Common uses range from building inspection and auto repair to industrial maintenance applications.

Flexible Camera Works With Mobile Phones and Tablets

The FLIR ONE Edge Pro is RESNET compliant and IP54-rated with a spring-loaded clip to allow operators to attach the camera to many types of mobile phones and tablets. Thanks to the combined Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connection, users can operate the Edge Pro up to 30 meters away from their mobile device, providing the flexibility to effectively inspect hard-to-reach places or those scenarios requiring greater standoff distances to maintain operator safety.

Offering effective image quality and processing to deliver results, the FLIR ONE Edge Pro features a 160×120 resolution radiometric Lepton® thermal imaging camera paired with a visible camera. Along with VividIRÔ, which combines multiple image frames to deliver one sharper, final image, the cameras are brought together via MSX. The MSX patented image enhancement feature overlays the edge detail of the visible camera onto the thermal image without sacrificing any thermal data within the image, providing greater context and clarity to improve decision support.

The FLIR ONE Edge Pro also features an extended battery life compared to previous generations of the FLIR ONE and an easily-recognized battery life indicator, making it ideal for more prolonged inspection situations including disaster restoration, home inspection, energy auditing, and industrial equipment diagnostics.

FLIR ONE Edge Pro Cloud Image Processing and Reporting

For cloud storage, imaging processing, and reporting, the FLIR ONE Edge Pro benefits from a rich set of Teledyne FLIR software including Tools Mobile, Ignite cloud, and FLIR Thermal Studio desktop software. This allows users to easily share Edge thermal photos with clients and seamlessly integrate them into professional reports.

FLIR One Pro Product Options

Seperate FLIR One Pro Edge thermal cameras are designed to work with either Androd or Apple iOS mobile phones and tablets:

  • FLIR ONE PRO-USB-C – FLIR One Pro Gen 3 – FLIR ONE PRO Personal Thermal Imager for Android USB-C with MSX 160 x 120 Resolution at 9Hz


  • FLIR One PRO-iOS – FLIR One Pro IOS FLIR Personal Thermal Imager – FLIR ONE PRO Personal Thermal Imager for iPhone (iOS) with MSX and 160 x 120 Resolution at 9Hz


FLIR ONE Edge Pro Technical Specifications

Thermal Resolution160 × 120 (19,200 pixels)
Battery LifeApproximately 1 hour 30 minutes
Object Temperature Range-20°C — 120°C (–4°F — 248°F) and 0°C — 400°C (32°F — 752°F)
Accuracy±3°C (5.4°F) or ±5%. Applicable 60 sec after start-up when the unit is within 15°C to 35°C (59°F to 95°F) and the scene is within 5°C to 120°C (41°F to 248°F)
Operating Temperature-10°C to 50°C (14°F to 122°F), battery charging 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
Spot MeterHottest, Coldest and 3 spot measurement
Adjustable MSX distance30 cm — Infinity
FocusFixed 30 cm — Infinity
Frame Rate8.7 Hz
HFOV/VFOV54° ±1° / 42° ±1°
Image ModesInfrared, visual, MSX
PaletteGray (white hot), Hottest, Coldest, Iron, Contrast, Arctic, Lava and Color Wheel
Thermal Resolution160 × 120 (19,200 pixels)
Thermal Sensitivity/NETD70 mK
Thermal SensorPixel size 12 µm, 8 — 14 µm spectral range
Visual Resolution640 × 480
Battery charge time60–90 min for fully charged
15 min charging, from empty battery, gives 40 min operating time
Battery LifeApproximately 1 hour 30 minutes
Charging MethodFemale USB-C (5V/1A)
Accuracy±3°C (5.4°F) or ±5%. Applicable 60 sec after start-up when the unit is within 15°C to 35°C (59°F to 95°F) and the scene is within 5°C to 120°C (41°F to 248°F)
Measurement CorrectionsEmissivity; Reflected apparent temperature (22°C / 72°F)
Object Temperature Range-20°C — 120°C (–4°F — 248°F) and 0°C — 400°C (32°F — 752°F)
Spot MeterHottest, Coldest and 3 spot measurement
Battery charge monitor0 — 100%
Clip Span130 mm (min) / 195 mm (max)
Device CompatibilityiOS (version 15 and later) or Android (version 11 and later) smartphones and tablets
Dimensions (H x W x D)37.5 mm × 35 mm × 149 mm (1.5 in × 1.4 in × 5.9 in)
Remote OperationUp to 5 m (16.4 ft) from smart device via Wi-Fi
Weight153 g (5.4 oz)
CertificationsRoHS, CE/FCC, CEC-BC, EN62133, UL1642, WEEE 2012/19/EU, IP54
Drop testDrop from 2 m (6.56 ft)
Emissivity SettingsMatte: 95%, Semi-Matte: 80%, Semi-Glossy: 60%, Glossy: 30%
Non-Operating Temperature-40°C to 70°C (-40°F to 158°F)
Operating Temperature-10°C to 50°C (14°F to 122°F), battery charging 0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
Capture modesVideo, Still image
ChargingFemale USB-C (5V/1A)
File FormatsRadiometric JPG, MPEG-4 (file format MOV (iOS), MP4 (Android))
WiFiIEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n


FLIR ONE Edge Pro Product Datasheet

FLIR One Pro Wireless Thermal Camera Datasheet

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