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Dual-Sensor Module

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ARLINGTON, Va., Aug. 27, 2020 — Dual-Sensor ModuleThe FLIR Hadron from FLIR Systems Inc. is a dual-sensor module for drone, robotic, and imaging OEMs.

The thermal and visible sensor module is designed to help reduce development costs and improve time-to-market. The lightweight, low-power, and compact form factor includes a 12-MP visible camera paired with the FLIR Boson® 320×240-resolution thermal camera with up to a 60-Hz frame rate.
Aug 2020

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