•Real-time Infrared Gas Detection: Improved High Sensitivity Mode
•Built-in Video Recording, Digital Camera, Safety Laser
•Automatic (One-Touch) and Manual Thermal Focus w/ 8 to 1 Continuous Digital Zoom
•Embedded GPS Data
•High Resolution (800 x 480), Tiltable Viewfinder
•Fully Calibrated for Temperature Measurement Applications
•User-inspired Ergonomics: Rotating Handle, Direct Access Buttons •High Contrast Color LCD
Real-time Infrared Gas Detection:
Improved High Sensitivity Mode
Show gas leaks to co-workers,
supervisors, or safety officers quickly
and easily. Scan large, hard-to-reach,
or dangerous areas rapidly and from
safe distances. The improved High
Sensitivity Mode (HSM) and noise
reduction filter,
plus new userselectable
color palettes
produce sharp
thermal images,
video and reports!
Built-in video recording, digital
camera, safety laser — Store thermal
and/or visible video to MPEG4/H.264
standard SD memory cards, making it
easy to share output or download to
a PC. Use the new playback feature
to view in the field – or plug into a TV
or monitor back in the shop. The 3.2
mega pixel visible camera features
auto focus and two high
performance video lamps for
illuminating dark areas, while
the button-activated
laser pointer helps you
point out problematic
leaks safely and easily.
nscreen Temperature
Measurement and GPS Data — A wide
temperature range (-40 to +350°C or -40
to +662°F) and improved thermal
sensitivity (<25mK), the new GF 320
gives you the power to dial-in your
“scene temperature” with the new userinspired, direct-access “temperature
range” button. This sharpens thermal
image clarity, but also helps you see flare
temperatures or record “hot spots” (i.e.
potential failures) in all types of electro-
mechanical equipment. Embedded GPS
data allow you to “mimic the set-up”
of precise locations where portably
environmental monitors detect noncompliance. Work smarter, work safer.
The sniffer (right) is detecting gas but unable to trace
its source, whereas this thermal image shows the leak
source clearly on the left.
High Resolution (800 x 480), Tiltable
Viewfinder — Use of a viewfinder is
sometimes preferred, such as in extreme
daylight. When needed, the GF 320’s
new viewfinder is high quality, high
resolution and
highly ergonomic
– improving
your safety and
Automatic (One-Touch) and Manual
Thermal Focus w/ 8 to 1 Continuous
Digital Zoom — A sharp thermal image
– or video – pinpointing the source of
a gas leak is the ideal output for repair
crews. Whether you prefer one-touch
automatic focusing or turning the
lens with your fingers, the new GF320
helps you deliver the perfect picture.
A powerful 8 to 1 digital zoom also
lets you zero-in
on far-away
or dangerous
targets without
worker safety.
Tiltable, Flip-out 4.3” High Contrast
Color LCD — Based on extensive
end-user feedback, the new color LCD
delivers a bright and vivid image in a
widescreen format. It “flips-out” of
the camera housing and then swivels
and tilts to help you view targets more
safely from any angle – helping to avoid
eye strain when using the camera for
extended periods of time.
User-inspired Ergonomics: Rotating
Handle, Direct Access Buttons
Designed from the end-user’s
perspective, the new FLIR GF320 offers
advanced ergonomics to improve worker
safety and individual performance,
not to mention reducing back and arm
strain. The user interface is both smart
and intuitive: it
even allows you
to customize your
own direct access
buttons to the
features you use most!
FLIR GF320 Specifications
Imaging and Optical Data
Field of view/min focus distance
Lens identification
Thermal sensitivity/NETD Focus Zoom Digital image enhancement
Focal Plane Array (FPA) / Spectral range
IR resolution
Sensor cooling
Electronics and Data Rate
Full frame rate Image Presentation
Display Viewfinder Automatic image adjustment
Manual image adjustment Image modes
Temperature range Accuracy
Measurement Analysis
Spotmeter Area Profile
Difference temperature Reference temperature
Emissivity correction
Reflected apparent temperature correction
Measurement corrections
Menu commands Set-up commands Web interface
Storage of images
Image storage type Image storage capacity Image storage mode
Periodic image storage
File formats GPS
Video Recording and Streaming
Non radiometric IR-video recording Non radiometric IR-video streaming Digital Camera
Built-in digital camera Digital camera video recording
Laser Pointer
Laser Data Communication Interfaces
USB USB, standard Video
Power System
Battery type / voltage
Battery capacity
Battery operating time Charging system
External power operation
Start-up time
24° x 18° / 0.3 m (1.0 ft.)
<25 mK @ +30°C (+86°F)
Automatic (one touch) or manual (electric or on the lens)
1–8× continuous, digital zoom
Noise reduction filter, scene based NUC, High Sensitivity Mode (HSM)ti
Cooled InSb / 3–5 μm
320 × 240 pixels
Stirling Microcooler (FLIR MC-3)
60 Hz
Built-in widescreen, 4.3 in. LCD, 800 × 480 pixels
Built-in, tiltable OLED, 800 × 480 pixels
Continuous/manual; linear or histogram based
IR-image, visual image, High Sensitivity Mode (HSM)
–40 to +350°C (–40 to +662°F)
±1°C (±1.8°F) for temperature range (0 to +100°C, +32 to +212°F)
or ±2% of reading for temperature range (>+100°C, >+212°F)
1 box
1 live line (horizontal or vertical)
Delta temperature between measurement functions
or reference temperature
Manually set or captured from any measurement function
Variable from 0.01 to 1.0 or selected from editable materials list
Automatic, based on input of reflected temperature
Reflected temperature, distance, atmospheric transmission,
humidity, external optics
Level & span, Auto adjust continuous/manual/semi-automatic, Zoom,
Palette, Start/stop recording, Store image, Playback/recall image
1 programmable button, local adaptation of units, language, date & time formats
Admin camera setup and viewing IR images
Removable SD or SDHC Memory Card, two card slots
> 1200 images (JPEG) with post process capability on memory card
IR/visual images.
Visual image can automatically be associated with corresponding IR image
Every 10 seconds up to 24 hours
Standard JPEG, 14 bit measurement data included
Location data automatically added to every image from built-in GPS
Environmental Data
Operating temperature range Storage temperature range
Humidity (operating and storage)
Physical Data
Camera weight, incl. lens and battery
Cameras size, incl. lens (L × W × H)
Tripod mounting –20°C to +50°C (-4°F to +122°F)
–30°C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F)
IEC 68-2-30/24 h 95% relative humidity
+25°C to +40°C (+77°F to +104°F) (2 cycl)
EN61000-6-3 (Emission)
EN61000-6-2 (Immunity)
FCC 47 CFR Part 15 class B (Emission)
EN 61 000-4-8, L5
EN/UL/CSA 60950-1
IP 54 (IEC 60529)
25 g (IEC 60068-2-29)
2 g (IEC 60068-2-6)
2.48 kg (5.47 lb.)
306 × 169 × 161 mm (12.0 × 6.7 × 6.3 in.)
Standard, 1/4”-20
Scope of Delivery
Packaging / Contents
Batteries 2 ea. (1 of the batteries inside camera)
Battery charger
FLIR QuickReport™ PC software CD-ROM
FLIR VideoReport™ PC software CD-ROM
Hard transport case
HDMI-DVI cable
Infrared camera with Lens
Lens cap (2 ea.)
Lens cap (mounted on lens)
Memory card
Memory card adapter
Power supply
Power supply cable
Printed Getting Started Guide
Shoulder strap
Strap for lens cap, 2 ea.
System Calibration Certificate
USB cable
User documentation CD-ROM
Warranty extension card or Registration card
Accessory Optics
Lens MWB 24°, f=23mm
Lens MWB 14.5°, f=38mm
Lens MWB 6°, f=92mm
MPEG/H.264 (60 minutes/clip) to memory card
Visual image can automatically be associated with corresponding
recording of non-radiometric IR video
3.2 Mpixel, auto focus, and two video lamps
MPEG4/H.264 (25 minutes/clip) to memory card
Activated by dedicated button
USB-A: Connect external USB device (e.g. memory stick)
USB Mini-B: Data transfer to and from PC
USB Mini-B: 2.0 High Speed
HDMI (image)
Rechargeable Li Ion battery / 7.2 V
> 3 hours at 25°C (+68°F) and typical use
In camera (AC adapter or 12 V from a vehicle) or 2 bay charger
AC adapter 90–260 VAC, 50/60 Hz or 12 V from a vehicle
(cable with standard plug, optional)
8 W typically
< 5 min. @ 25ºC (+77°F)
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All specifications are subject to change without notice. All images and content are for illustration purposes only.
Copyright © 2009 FLIR Systems, Inc. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. I051209PL DATE: 05/20/09 1:00PM
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