FLIR PathFindIR Thermal Driver Vision Enhancement System


    Poor night visibility and bright oncoming headlights won’t stop you from seeing road hazards with PathFindIR II.


    Detect hazards over four times farther away than with headlights, giving you more time to react to avoid an accident.


    Hermetically sealed and IP69-rated for protection against water, dust, and cold weather.



FLIR PathFindIR II is Discontinued

In March 2024 GTEK Infrared was advised by Teledyne FLIR that the PathFindIR II (PF2) is no longer available for purchase. We will advise customers when a replacement driver vision enhancement system is available.

FLIR PathFindIR II Thermal Camera System

PathFindIR II is a powerful thermal night vision system that helps you clearly see road hazards in total darkness, and it will alert you to nearby vehicles, people, and animals.

Headlights typically illuminate about 450 feet straight ahead, but PathFindIR II detects heat without a need for light, allowing you to see up to four times farther down the road. You’ll have visibility through dust, smoke, or fog, and better capability to avoid an accident.

Multiple configurations are available for all PathFindIR II models including animal detection (AD), pedestrian detection (PD), and logo branding.

FLIR PathFindIR Accessory Kits

  • PathFindIR II Installation Kit (421-0053-00)
  • PathFindIR II Safety Vision 7″ LCD Monitor Kit (4105734)


FLIR PathFindIR Optical Accessories

  • PathFindIR II Replaceable Window Kit (421-0055-00)


FLIR PathFindIR Mounts

  • PathFindIR II ECU Mounting Bracket (261-2270-00)
  • PathFindIR II ECU Mounting Kit (421-0054-00)
  • PathFindIR II Mounting Bracket and Arm (261-2319-00)


FLIR PathFindIR Cables

  • PathFindIR II ECU Replacement Cable (4137066)
  • PathFindIR II Safety Vision LCD Cable, 9Ft (4105735)
  • PathFindIR II Wiring Harness, Power/Video cable, 20 Ft


FLIR PathFindIR II Driver Vision Enhancement Review


FLIR PathFindIR II Unboxing and Set Up Video


FLIR PathFindIR Technical Specifications

Thermal Imaging Detector320 x 240 Uncooled Microbolometer
Field of View24° (h) x 18° (v)
Spectral Band8-14 microns (LWIR)
Thermal Imaging Detector320 x 240 Uncooled Microbolometer
Input Voltage12 VDC
Power Consumption2 W (6 W with heater on) 1.8 A maximum system current
ECU Dimensions148 × 110 × 24 mm (5.8" × 4.3" × 0.9")
ECU Weight350 g (0.7 lb)
Sealed DesignIP69 rated, hermetically sealed providing extra insurance in all weather conditions
Size [H x W x L]60 × 86 × 82 mm (2.6" × 3.4" × 3.2")
Weight [without lens]300 g (0.6 lb)
Operating Temperature-40°C to 80°C
Weather Resistance [Camera]Hermetically Sealed, Automotive Qualified
Weather Resistance [ECU]Non-Hermetic; Passenger Compartment mount required
WindowHigh-Impact Resistant Optic w/ Built-in Automatic Heating Element Replaceable Window

Further Information

FLIR PathFindIR II Series Thermal Camera Datasheet

FLIR PathFindIR II Driver Vision Enhancement Review

FLIR PathFindIR II Unboxing and Set Up Video

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