InfiRay P2 Pro World’s Smallest Thermal Camera
InfiRay P2 Pro World’s Smallest Thermal Camera
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P2pro macro temp measurement
InfiRay P2 Pro World’s Smallest Thermal Camera
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InfiRay P2 Pro World’s Smallest Thermal Camera
InfiRay P2 Pro World’s Smallest Thermal Camera
InfiRay P2 Pro World’s Smallest Thermal Camera
InfiRay P2 Pro World’s Smallest Thermal Camera
InfiRay P2 Pro World’s Smallest Thermal Camera
InfiRay P2 Pro World’s Smallest Thermal Camera

InfiRay P2 Pro World’s Smallest Thermal Camera

Sale price$249.00
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Type:Android Version

ESSENTIAL ADD-ONS

  • Iphone15 USB C Adapter
    Iphone15 USB C Adapter

    $30.00 USD

  • Android-Magnetic Macro Lens
    Android-Magnetic Macro Lens

    $70.00 USD

  • iOS-Magnetic Macro Lens
    iOS-Magnetic Macro Lens

    $70.00 USD

1112℉ High Temperature Testing! P2 Pro boasts a high sensitivity of 0.04℃, allowing for easy observation of a 0.25mm resistor.

An essential tool for engineers and outdoor enthusiasts.


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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 43 reviews
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    Grzegorz
    Great camera for the price

    P2 Pro is much better than 3 years old standalone FLIR camera (which was about 1000 euro). I am surprised that I could see underfloor heating pipes and wires using P2 Pro and using FLIR i couldn't. It's very easy to operate and I can check temperature of any area in the picture by drawing square, line or putting points.

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    Vincent Altenwerth

    Working very well for general hardware troubleshooting and PCB troubleshooting as well

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    R.B.
    Very Good Tool

    Bought the iOS version and tested it out a few nights ago around my outdoor living space. The porch has a patio heater, fire table and Plasma TV.. I am looking forward to using this for process evaluations and troubleshooting (manufacturing work cells).

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    Nikolay Vinogradov
    great potential in RnD applications

    I need a contactless yet reliable measure of samples' temperature in lower 100-s C temperatures, where most of the available pyrometers suffer from lack of precision. So I have great hopes with this Infiray camera for increasing the quality of research in academia. I would have appreciated, however, a USB-C outlet on the BACK of camera for minimization of the camera profile, so that it is easier placed into a tube housing, for example. The other drawback is that for monitoring the temerature of a sample inside a vacuum chamber, one would need a IR-transparent window with enough transmission in 8-16 um. Fortunately, ZnSe or ZnS or many other relatively cheap solutoins will work. I might update the review when I get to test it in real applications. Also getting an API for integrating the camera into a part of bigger control system would have been greatly appreciated!

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    Ezra Rhodes
    a New Thermal Imaging Experience

    Since upgrading to the Xinfrared P2Pro, I've noticed some significant improvements right away. Firstly, compared to my previous Flir E5, the P2Pro has a noticeably faster frame rate, allowing me to observe changes in the environment more clearly. Secondly, the screen size is larger than the E5, making it easier for me to distinguish details. With the P2Pro, the higher frame rate means I can easily spot small animals hiding behind walls and even observe their movements without missing out due to a slow frame rate. Overall, I believe the P2Pro offers better value for the price and addresses some of the issues I encountered while using the E5.