IR lens 42°, f=10 mm

FLIR A400 SMART SENSOR 10mm (42°) Standard

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FLIR A400 Thermal Smart Sensor Camera

FLIR A400 Thermal Smart Sensor Camera

FLIR A400 SMART SENSOR 17mm (24°) Standard Configuration

FLIR A400 SMART SENSOR 17mm (24°) Standard Configuration

FLIR A400 SMART SENSOR 10mm (42°) Standard

  • Resolution: 320 × 240
  • <30 mK to <50 mK, lens dependent
  • Field of View (FoV): 42°
  • Detector Pitch: 24 μm
  • Focus: One-shot contrast, Motorized, Manual
  • Video/radiometric streaming, GVSP (GigE Vision) protocol
  • 1280 x 960 Visual Camera Available*
  • WiFi Available*
  • IP54 by design or IP66 with accessory hood*
*options available separately



The FLIR A400-Series, when configured for Smart Sensor capabilities, offers advanced thermal imaging paired with edge computing and industrial internet of things (IIoT) for simplified inclusion in new or existing networks. With multiple field-of-view choices, motorized focus control*, and unrivaled network connectivity, these automation cameras can tackle the most complex remote monitoring, alarming, and analytics objectives.

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Automation system solution providers get a running start with a camera that is easy to add, configure, and operate in HMI/SCADA systems. Optimize Process Control and improve quality assurance through inline thermal inspections. Identify abnormal conditions before a failure so maintenance doesn’t impact uptime. FLIR A400/A700-Series cameras offer unmatched power and flexibility in thermal monitoring for improved product quality, productivity, maintenance, and safety.

Speed Up Decision-Making, Reduce Downtime, Improve Product Quality.


Unrivaled network connectivity and built-in computing options

• Superior connectivity* through features such as Wi-Fi†, Modbus TCP, and Ethernet/IP—all of which simplify integration into HMI/SCADA systems
• ONVIF† accommodates standard security VMS and NVR solutions, including control of pan/tilt*
• Prepares for digitalization through MQTT protocol
• Integrates easily into web services with the REST API over XML or JSON


Tailor thermal imaging monitoring for any site’s unique requirements

• Temperature linear output simplifies use of temperature data in third-party software
• Compressed radiometric streaming* cuts bandwidth by 90%, making it possible to connect cameras and share data via Wi-Fi†
• Reduced bandwidth also allows users to add cameras without expanding infrastructure, for an overall cost savings
• Simultaneously integrates with VMS and measurement applications using multi-image streaming*


Designed with the features to deliver consistent, accurate results

• Provides superior image quality with up to 320 X 240 thermal pixel resolution‡
• Offers a high measurement accuracy of ±2°C
• Improves temperature accuracy for objects near and far with precision motorized focus
• Increases contrast in even-temperature scenes and enhances edge detail in low light using FSX® (Flexible Scene Enhancement)* technology

*Advanced †Optional ‡Model-dependent
Image and Optical DataStandard Config.Advanced Config.
IR Resolution 320 × 240
Visual resolution* 1280 × 960
Thermal Sensitivity (NETD) Depending on lens used; see lens specification
Field of view (FOV)

6° (70mm lens), 14° (29mm lens), 24° (17mm lens), 24° (17mm lens) Macro, 42° (10mm lens)

  *Denotes Horizontal Field of View
Thermal Resolution <30 mK to <50 mK, lens dependent
Spatial resolution (IFOV) 1.4 mrad/pixel
IR Camera Focus One-shot contrast, motorized, manual
Object temperatures -20°C to 2000°C (-4°F to 3632°F), 3 ranges
Accuracy ±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading
Measurement Analysis
Standard functions 10 spotmeters, 10 boxes, 3 Deltas, 1 isotherm, 1 iso-coverage, 1 reference temperature 10 spotmeters, 10 boxes & mask polygons, 3 Deltas, 2 isotherm, 2 iso-coverage, 1 reference temperature, 2 lines, 1 polyline
Automatic hot/cold detection Max./min. temperature value and position shown within box
Scheduled response sftp (image), SMTP (image and/or measurement data/result)
Measurement frequency Up to 10 Hz
Measurement result read-out Yes; common protocols include Ethernet/IP,
Modbus TCP, MQTT, and REST API
Alarm function On any selected measurement function; digital in;
internal camera temperature
Alarm output Yes: common output includes e-mail, EtherNet/IP,
Modbus TCP, and RESTful API
Video Streaming, RTSP Protocol
Unicast Yes
Multicast Yes
Multiple image streams Yes
Video Stream 0
Source Visual, IR, MSX®
Contrast enhancement FSX®, histogram equalization (IR only)
Overlay With, without
Pixel format YUV411
Encoding H.264/MPEG4/MJPEG
Video Stream 1Standard Config.Advanced Config.
Source Visual
Contrast enhancement No
Overlay YUV411
Pixel format H.264/MPEG4/MJPEG
Radiometric Streaming
Source -- IR
Pixel format -- MONO 16


Compressed JPEG-LS;
FLIR Radiometric
Interface Wired; Wi-Fi*
Connector types M12 8-pin X-coded, female; RP-SMA, female
Ethernet type & standard 1000 Mbps, IEEE 802.3
Ethernet power Power over Ethernet, PoE IEEE 802.3af class 3
Ethernet protocols Include EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP, and MQTT
Digital input/output
Connector type M12 Male 12-pin A-coded (shared with ext. power)
Digital input 2× opto-isolated, Vin (low) = 0-1.5 V, Vin (high) = 3-25 V
Digital output 3× opto-isolated, 0–48 VDC, max. 350 mA (derated to 200 mA at 60°C). Solid-state opto relay, 1× dedicated as fault output (NC)
Power system
Connector type M12 Male 12-pin A-coded (shared with Digital I/O)
Power consumption 7.5 W at 24 V DC typical; 7.8 W at 48 V DC typical;
8.1 W at 48 V PoE typical
Connector type Female RP-SMA
*Optional feature

FLIR A400 Thermal Smart Sensor Camera Visible Camera option

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FLIR A400 Thermal Smart Sensor Camera WiFi Option

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FLIR A400 Thermal Smart Sensor Camera Manual & Motorized Lens with 1/4-20 mounts on all sides

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