Iris Innovations Launches New Ultra Affordable Thermal Vision Camera

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  1. Ben Ellison Ben Ellison says:

    Iris has been busy! As suggested by the collage of header photos, this is only one of four new press releases. Their updated CMAC (camera management and control) range now works with Garmin’s low-cost TD 50 (OEM) display, their new Cloudlink2 cellular/WiFi router is subscription free, and that new Sx76 series camera is designed for installation on a vertical plane looking directly outwards. Those press releases aren’t on the Iris website yet, but full detail of all the new products is in the 2023 Brochure PDF you’ll find there:

  2. Ben Stein Ben Stein says:

    I’ve been in touch with folks at Iris and expect to be able to test one of these cameras as soon as they’re available in December or January. I’m anxious to compare it to the FLIR M232 and Omnisense Ulyses Micro I’ve recently tested. It’s cost competitive but seems to offer a lot more performance.

    -Ben S.

  3. Moose says:

    Ive been fortunate to install and sell a fair few iris camera systems recently. And fortunate to have had them side by side with omnisense micro and flir m233 and they do hold up. A little more involved in some ways. But very good quality especially for the price point

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