FLIR Boson 320 Core


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Description

FLIR Boson™ – the search is over

Boson longwave infrared (LWIR) thermal camera cores set a new standard for size, weight, power, and performance. Imagine your next big idea, and bring it to life with Boson.

FLIR’s XIR™ expandable infrared video processing architecture gives Boson advanced image processing, video analytics, peripheral sensor drivers, and several industry-standard communication interfaces that make it easy to integrate while keeping power consumption low.

Its remarkable imaging performance begins with Boson’s 12µm pitch vanadium oxide (VOx) uncooled detector, which comes in two resolutions: 640x512 or 320x256. Boson is available with lots of different lenses, so you’re sure to find a configuration that’s just right for your next project.

Why Boson?

  • Thermal Camera Core with Revolutionary Size, Weight & Power (SWaP)
    Its remarkably low SWaP (starting at just 7.5 grams and 4.9 cm3) and extreme flexibility lets you trade features for power consumption
  • Powerful FLIR XIR Video Processing – An Industry-Leading System-on-a-Chip
    FLIR’s expandable infrared video processing with embedded industry-standard interfaces empowers advanced processing and analytics
  • Premium Brand at Value Price
    Boson new design lets FLIR bring you high resolution cameras at low resolution prices

Imagine what you can do with Boson

Boson takes your next generation of thermal imaging products off the white board and makes them a reality. Its combination of ground-breaking SWaP, state-of-the-art imaging, and wide range of built-in image processing and interface capabilities make Boson the obvious choice.

Whether you’re designing cameras for drones, security, firefighting, thermal sights, or handheld imagers, Boson is small, light, and powerful enough to enable your most innovative designs. Boson’s competitive price and flexible integration options dramatically shorten design cycles, opening up entirely new possibilities for any thermal sensor-based product you can imagine.

Applications

  • Handheld thermal-imaging systems for first responders, military/paramilitary, and thermography
  • Security & surveillance systems
  • UAV & robotic vision
  • Navigation
  • Obstacle Avoidance
  • Automotive driver’s vision enhancement

FLIR Boson™ Optics

Fields of View for any Application

Boson is available with multiple lens options, offering eight fields of view:

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92° (HFOV)2.3 mm (EFL)
1.0
20.0
33
30
50° (HFOV)4.3 mm (EFL)
1.0
20.0
27
18
34° (HFOV)6.3 mm (EFL)
1.0
20.0
27
15
24° (HFOV)9.1 mm (EFL)
1.0
20.0
27
15
16° (HFOV)13.8 mm (EFL)
1.0
26.0
28
38
12° (HFOV)18 mm (EFL)
1.0
27.6
38
39
6° (HFOV)36 mm (EFL)
1.0
51.0
64
127
4° (HFOV)55 mm (EFL)
1.0
68.4
75
189
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95° (HFOV)4.9 mm (EFL)
1.1
32.0
50
59
50° (HFOV)8.7 mm (EFL)
1.0
26.0
46
71
32° (HFOV)14 mm (EFL)
1.0
26.0
35
27
24° (HFOV)18 mm (EFL)
1.0
27.6
38
41
18° (HFOV)24 mm (EFL)
1.0
37.0
45
53
12° (HFOV)36 mm (EFL)
1.0
51.0
64
133
8° (HFOV)55 mm (EFL)
1.0
68.4
75
192
6° (HFOV)73 mm (EFL)
1.1
82.0
100
396

FLIR Boson™ Accessories

Accessories to get you started immediately

Connecting to a thermal camera has never been easier. With the different Boson accessories, you can quickly hook up it to your PC and operate as a full webcam, or you can use Boson’s development board to get complete access to Boson’s 80-pin connector and access the camera’s full power.

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USB/Analog VPC Kit
Single USB interface to Boson camera turns Boson into a webcam. Custom cable provides analog video
Boson Development Board
Full access to Boson 80-pin interface; includes USB, 100/GigE Ethernet*, CameraLink, Serial Com, Micro SDCard*, I2C*, SPI*, SDIO* and VSYNC/RESET, GPIO*
USB/CameraLink board
CameraLink and USB interface to Boson video
Lens focus tool
Custom tool to change lens focus
Tripod mount

Custom tripod mount with 1/4-20 interface

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Sensor technology
Uncooled VOx microbolometer
Scence Dynamic Range (Gain Mode in parentheses)
to +140 °C (high) to +500 °C (low)
Array format
640 x 512 or 320 × 256
Pixel pitch
12 µm
Spectral range
Longwave infrared; 7.5 µm – 13.5 µm
Thermal Sensitivity
<40 mK (Industrial); <50 mK (Professional); <60 mK (Consumer)
Full Frame Rates
60Hz baseline; 30 Hz runtime selectable
Slow frame rate
≤9 Hz available
Non-uniformity Correction (NUC)
Factory calibrated; updated FFCs with FLIR’s Silent Shutterless NUC (SSN)
Solar protection
Integral
Continuous Electronic Zoom
1X to 8X zoom
Image Orientation
Adjustable (vertical flip and/or horizontal flip) (See note 1)
Symbol overlay
Re-writable each frame; alpha blending for translucent overlay
Snapshots
Full-frame snapshot, SDIO interface to support removable media (See note 1)
Lens options
8 lens options for 640 resolution8 lens options for 320 resolutionSee Optics tab for details
Input voltage
3.3 VDC
Power dissipation
Varies by configuration; as low as 500 mW
Video channels
CMOS or USB2
Control channels
UART or USB
Peripheral channels
I2C, SPI, SDIO (See note 1)
Size
21 × 21 × 11 mm without lens
Weight
7.5 g without lens (configuration dependent)
Precision mounting holes
Four tapped M16x0.35 (rear cover). Lens support recommended when lens mass exceeds core mass.
Operating temperature range
-40°C to 80°C 
Non-operating temperature range
-50°C to 105°C
Shock
1,500 g @ 0.4 msec
Operational altitude

12 km (max altitude of a commercial airliner or airborne platform)

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