Clear and Crisp Thermal Images The maintenance-free uncooled microbolometer sensor produces detail-rich images at 320 x 240 pixels (K55 & K65) and 240 x 180 pixels (K45) Thermal images are displayed on a large bright 4” LCD, helping you navigate easier and make more efficient, accurate decisions.
FLIR K-Series K55 Thermal Imaging Camera Features:
FSX™ Flexible Scene Enhancement
FSX enhances K45, K55, and K65 thermal images through real-time digital processing inside the camera. The result is an ultra-sharp image that shows extraordinary structural, edge, and other instantly-recognizable detail. This helps make it much easier for firefighters and rescue teams to find their way through the smokiest, darkest environments, and to instantly identify targets in scenes with extreme temperature dynamics. Learn more about FSX™
NEW! Expanded Warranty
All new K-Series cameras are protected by our exclusive FLIR 2-5-10 Warranty that includes 2 years of coverage on batteries, five years on the camera, and ten years on the detector.
In-Camera Video Storage
Not only can the new FLIR K55 and the new K65 save hundreds of still images, they can record and store 200 video files in clips of 5 minutes (maximum) each.K55 and K65 videos can be useful for later analysis and are ideal for training purposes. Playback videos directly from the in-camera archive or download them to your computer via USB.
Extremely Affordable: A Thermal Imaging Camera in Every Fire Truck
FLIR develops and manufactures more thermal imaging cameras than any other company. Thanks to economies of scale, FLIR is able to offer K-Series at an extremely affordable price.
Rugged & Reliable
The K-Series is designed to meet tough operating conditions. It withstands a drop from 2 meters onto a concrete floor, is water resistant (IP67) and fully operating up to +260°C/+500°F for 5 minutes.
Easy-to-Use, Even with Gloves On
An intuitive and simple user interface allows you to focus on the job at hand. FLIR K45, K55, and K65 cameras can be controlled by 3 large buttons ideal for a gloved firefighter’s hand.
Produce Simple Reports
Thermal images can be stored in the FLIR K-Series onboard archive and later be used to produce simple reports of what happened at the scene.