Extremely affordable thermal imaging for firefighters

Extremely affordable thermal imaging for firefighters

The FLIR K2 is a rugged, reliable, and exceptionally economical thermal imaging camera specially designed for firefighting applications and severe conditions. Producing thermal images at 160 x 120 pixel resolution displayed on a bright 3” screen, the K2 helps firefighters find their way through thick smoke, assess situations with confidence, and expedite decisions.

Firepower Simplified

The K33 and K53 are the cameras of choice when you’re looking for high image quality without all the bells and whistles. Both power on ready to go so you can focus on the immediate challenges ahead.

  • One glove-friendly on/off button quickly fires up the camera in TI-Basic mode
  • An easy trigger pull freezes an image on the K33 or captures stills and video on the K53
  • Included 2-bay charging station makes it a cinch to stay prepared

Uncompromising Resolution

Higher-res thermal imaging that were once exclusive to FLIR Kx5 models are now available on the new, easy-to-use K33 and K53. Both include real-time FSX Flexible Scene Enhancement that intensifies detail for greater visibility.

  • K33’s 240 × 180 thermal imaging matches the resolution of the K45
  • K53’s 320 × 240 resolution equals the image quality of the K55 and K65
  • Bright 4” LCD shows smooth 60Hz thermal video that keeps up with the action

Affordability Redefined

With the K33 and K53, FLIR now offers the firefighting and rescue community the broadest cost-effective range of high performance TICs – part of our mission to help you stretch your budget and put more of these essential tools into the hands of those who could use them most.

  • At $2,895 USD, the K33 is a high-resolution thermal imaging no-brainer
  • Under $5K USD, the new K53’s 320 × 240 higher performance is an extraordinary value
  • 2-5-10 Warranty covers the battery for 2 years, parts and labor for 5, and detector for 10
Model K33 K53
IR Resolution 240 x 180 pixels 320 × 240 pixels
Thermal Sensitivity/NETD < 40 mK @ 30°C (86°F) < 30 mK @ 30°C (86°F)
Contrast Optimization Digital image enhancement using FSXTM
Field of View (FOV) 51° × 38°
Focus Fixed focus
Image Frequency 60 Hz
Detector Type Focal Plane Array (FPA), uncooled microbolometer
Spectral Range 7.5–13 µm
Start-up Time < 17 sec. (IR-image, no GUI)
Start-up Time from Sleep Mode < 4 sec.
Image Storage No Up to 200 JPEGS (co-dependent on the number of video clips)
Video Storage No Up to 200 files (5 minute max. per clip)
In-Camera Video Recording No Non-radiometric MPEG-4 to internal flash memory

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