- True Thermal Sensor
- 206 x 156 Array
- 32,136 Thermal Pixels
- 12μm Pixel Pitch
- Vanadium Oxide Microbolometer
- Chalcogenide Lens
- 36° Field of View
- Magnesium Housing
- Long Wave Infrared 7.2 - 13 Microns
- -40C to 330C Detection
- Framerate < 9Hz
"Seek's breakthrough technology lets people see heat for the first time, something that only government agencies and companies could afford in the past," said Seek Thermal CEO, Robert Acker. "The Seek camera not only gives average consumers the capabilities in home improvement and safety and security that only professionals used to have, but we are also especially excited about the hundreds of new use cases for thermal that our camera will enable."
Thanks to JZ for letting me know!
Another FLIR One alternative, Hema-Imager Kickstarter project, fell short from its $205,000 fundraising goal recently. HemaImaging product was supposed to use German Heimann Sensors Gmbh thermopile array.