The CAT 560 is a thermal imaging smarphone that comes with an integrated FLIR Lepton microcamera. The phone, part of the Caterpillar brand, is completely waterproof.
The unit’s built-in thermal imaging camera (TIC) makes the device suitable for firefighting applications, including use for initial 360 sizeup and during search and rescue operations and overhaul.
The unit features a built-in thermal camera, is waterproof to depths of five meters for up to one hour, is hardened to resist damage from drops, features a bright display and Gorilla Glass 4, and also offers wet finger and glove-on working technology.
The TIC displays a live thermal image, measures surface temperatures, and can capture both still images and video. The HD screen is 4.7 inches. The phone also featurs a 13-megapixel main camera with dual flash and a five-megapixel front-facing camera. The phone has 32 gbytes of ROM and three gbytes of RAM. It uses the Android™ Marshmallow operatint system.
To access the FLIR thermal camera in the Cat S60, users will open FLIR’s @Work app that comes pre-installed on the device. Opening the app powers the thermal camera on and allows users to begin seeing the world around them in thermal and to take photos or videos.
For more information, visit www.catphones.com.