InfiRay infrared thermal imaging camera for smartphone can display the infrared thermal image of the object clearly, also it can realize fast digital video transmission. The operation mode of the thermal imaging camera for smartphone is more humane and intelligent, and it has very strong operational mobility and is suitable for a wide range of temperature measurement targets.
"The InfiRay P2 Pro makes it easy and fun to find where leaks in your home are costing you money and energy. Now I am convinced of its value!"
"My one observation is that if you need a thermal imaging camera, the InfiRay P2 Pro is hard to beat at this price."
"A 2-ounce thermal that easily fits in a shirt pocket, the Xinfrared T2 Pro reveals an entire hidden world of nighttime activity."
"Thanks to its sensitivity, compact size, excellent range, and ease of use, the InfiRay P2 Pro earned a regular slot in my backpack"
"This is a surprising and very useful tool at a competitive price, comfortably beating other phone attachment cameras while also being even more portable."
"I like the Xinfrared T2S Plus a lot. It's fastand accurate. For precision work, you need precision tools. This thermal camera givesyou just that."
"P2pro works well enough, with the application of the macro lens, it can be used on much smaller items such as electronics."
"Affordable, detailed thermal USB-C monocular with a versatile mounting system — the X2 is perfect for pest control or as part of your toolkit."
"The T2 Pro is reasonably priced at just under $400. The resolution is better than the low-res FLIR ONE and older Seek Thermal smartphone thermal sensors."
"Xinfrared's X2 is a tiny device that turnsyour phone into a hunter's thermal night scope. The smooth video is also the best I've seen on any thermal camera."
"I have to admit that the P2 Pro really impressed me. Not only the resolution, frame rate, and macro lens make it an excellent tool for hardware inspection."
"It may be tiny, but it packs quite the punch, showing us a world we never imagined existed at a resolution unmatched by similar devices."
With thermal camera for smartphone, you can turn your cell phone into a thermal imaging camera to improve the insulation and efficiency of home heating and cooling, to find gas leaks, “see better at night” with no light, contactless temperature screening, screen for termites, find leaks, or diagnose medical issues. As long as your phone are smartphone, we could supply powerful software and turn your phone into infrared thermal imaging camera. Phone with thermal camera have great performance in night vision and temperature measurement. InfiRay has T2 Thermal Camera for Smartphone for ultra-far night vision and P2 Thermal Camera for Smartphone with world's lightest weight.
With InfiRay® thermal camera for smartphone, you can turn your cell phone into a thermal camera. Download the official APP download into your cell phone, and then plug in the thermal camera for smartphone. After this, you will have a smartphone with thermal imaging and temperature measurement functions. The device you plugged in can capture infrared radiation and output thermal images with temperature data in various color palettes. And the smartphone can show the high-quality image by the large screen with vivid color. Thermal camera for smartphone is a revolutionary product to minimize the size of thermal camera and empower smartphone with thermal imaging technology.
Does the thermal imaging camera have see-through function? The answer is YES.
Thermal camera is the "eye of the night" and an important visual extension of human beings. Thermal cameras can see through darkness, glare, smog, and dense smoke not affected by visible light, and have a very wide range of applications. For example, the InfiRay® T2 Thermal camera for Smartphone has an ultra-distance night vision function of 870 m. It is a wilderness survival device that can "see through the night" and can be used for tracking, searching, travel, camping safety, etc.
However, thermal cameras cannot achieve through-wall perspective, because in daily life the walls are generally thick enough to withstand the infrared radiation on the other side of the wall. However, if the object inside the wall with sufficient temperature difference, thermal camera can detect it easily. Engineers can detect water leaks and other issues with a thermal camera, without having to dismantle the wall for evaluation. In the same way, thermal cameras can also be used for floor heating detection to quickly determine the point of failure without damaging the ground.