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Automated Methane Monitoring Solution with Optical Gas Imaging


Model: FLIR GF77f 25° + FLIR ADGiLE Analytics Go to Product Support
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The FLIR ADGiLE™ system is an advanced methane detection solution designed to provide continuous and autonomous monitoring of gas leaks. Integrating over a decade of FLIR’s advanced Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) technology, ADGiLE enables operators to quickly identify and address methane emissions. This system significantly reduces the need for manual inspections, offering real-time alerts and visual insights that help users act swiftly to prevent hazards and maintain operational efficiency.

  • Continuous Operation – Day or Night

    Operating 24/7 for continuous monitoring of methane emissions. This continuous monitoring is critical for sites where emissions can occur at any time.

  • Enhanced Methane Visualization

    Advanced leak detection analytics to precisely visualize and pinpoint methane emissions, enabling you to detect leaks quickly and efficiently.

  • Advanced Situational Awareness

    Accurately distinguish between operational leaks and fugitive leak emissions to improve safety and operational efficiency.

Methane, Meet Your Match

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In sectors such as oil and gas, where safety and environmental standards are critical, methane leaks pose significant risks and must be identified and managed immediately. Methane leak monitoring and detection is not just a regulatory requirement—it is vital for operational safety and environmental stewardship. Employing continuous, autonomous optical gas imaging (OGI) is an efficient method to meet these objectives.

Introducing the FLIR ADGiLE system, featuring the uncooled FLIR GF77a Optical Gas Imager, engineered for continuous and autonomous detection of methane leaks. Integrating FLIR's decade-long experience in Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) technology and analytics, the system provides precise alarming capabilities for methane gas emissions, helping operators meet today's rigorous industry demands and prepare for future regulatory changes.

Stay Ahead of Methane Leaks
ADGiLE Installation Example

Overhead map view of a location with FLIR Raven software showing ADGiLE system's capabilities.


Detect with Precision, Act with Confidence

Dive into the future of gas leak monitoring with FLIR ADGiLE. This isn’t just a system; it’s your smartest ally in the ongoing battle against methane emissions. Crafted with the finesse of advanced Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) and the brains of real-time analytics, ADGiLE transforms the complex chore of leak detection into a seamless, almost effortless task. Get ready to experience unparalleled operational insight and safety.




Continuous Operation, Anytime

Monitor methane emissions continuously, with robust analytics that detect and differentiate leaks under any operational conditions.

Designed for both day and night operation, ensuring round-the-clock safety and compliance.



Enhanced Situational Awareness

Ability to monitor an entire facility via pan and tilt tours to ensure inspection of all components. 

Real-time video visualization of gas plumes with alerts and event recording for detailed analysis. Helps operators quickly understand the nature of the emission, distinguishing between leaks and routine venting.



Ensure Asset Integrity and Safety

Advanced detection capabilities allow for immediate action, maintaining system integrity and preventing hazardous conditions.

Keeps personnel safe by providing early warnings and visual evidence of leak locations, reducing the need for risky manual inspections.








Analysis Software that Powers Your Decision Making

FLIR Latitude UVMS enhances control and integration, offering operators the ability to configure automated actions upon detection and review historical data for thorough event analysis.


What's Included with ADGiLE?


GF77a camera in enclosure

The GF77a camera, housed in a rugged enclosure, offers flexible and comprehensive coverage, enabling operators to monitor large areas effectively.


Custom cabling connecting camera to panel

Custom cabling ensures secure and reliable connections between the GF77a camera and the environmental panel, facilitating seamless data and power integration necessary for continuous system operation.

Edge Detection from Proven Analytics

ADGiLE has an edge PC running proven leak detection analytics that includes a custom built environmental cabinet that provides robust data processing and real-time analytics capabilities.

FLIR Latitude UVMS Interface

The FLIR Latitude UVMS Interface offers an advanced user interface for managing video data, integrating camera controls, and storing and retrieving video footage.

Comparing the FLIR GF77pt and FLIR GF77f within ADGiLE

In the pursuit of continuous and reliable methane leak detection, the FLIR ADGiLE system can be equipped with two distinct options: the FLIR GF77pt and the FLIR GF77f. Both configurations leverage the advanced capabilities of the FLIR ADGiLE Analytics, but they are designed to meet different operational needs within the field of gas leak detection. Below, we outline the key differences to help you choose the right solution for your specific monitoring requirements.


FLIR GF77pt 25° + FLIR ADGiLE Analytics

Designed for Pan-Tilt Flexibility

  • Pan-Tilt Unit: Includes the FLIR PTU-D100E, which provides exceptional control and flexibility, allowing the camera to cover larger areas without the need for repositioning the hardware. This feature is crucial for expansive and complex sites where full area surveillance is required.
  • Enhanced Field of Vision: With the ability to pan and tilt, the FLIR GF77pt can monitor a broader area, making it ideal for situations where environmental conditions or site layouts demand dynamic camera movement to capture multiple angles and perspectives.
  • Robust Design for Dynamic Environments: The inclusion of a protective housing and control cabinet makes the GF77pt particularly suited for outdoor and challenging industrial settings where weather and external factors play a significant role.

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FLIR GF77f 25° + FLIR ADGiLE Analytics

Fixed Positioning for Targeted Monitoring

  • Static Installation: The FLIR GF77f is designed for fixed mounting, providing consistent, targeted monitoring of specific areas. This model is ideal for installations where the primary concern is the continuous surveillance of known vulnerable points.
  • Cost-Effective: Without the additional mechanics of the pan-tilt unit, the GF77f setup offers a more economical option for operators focusing on specific zones rather than requiring broad area coverage.
  • Simplified Setup: The absence of moving parts reduces the need for maintenance and simplifies the installation process, making it a straightforward choice for facilities with a clear, unobstructed view of the areas at risk.

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IR Resolution
320 × 240 pixels
Thermal Sensitivity/NETD
<25 mK at 30°C (86°F)
Spectral Range
Uncooled microbolometer: 7.0 µm to 8.5 µm
Imaging & Optical
Detector Pitch
25 µm
Field of view (FOV)
25° × 19°
Field of view (FOV) - Focal Length
18 mm (0.71 in)
• One-shot contrast
• Motorized
• Manual
Gas Sensitivity [NECL]
CH4: <100 ppm × m
(ΔT = 10°C, Distance = 1 m)
Image Frequency
30 Hz
IR Resolution
320 × 240 pixels
Lens Identification
Minimum Focus Distance
Without MSX: 0.3 m (0.98 ft)
With MSX: 0.65 m (2.1 ft)
Spatial resolution (IFOV)
1.4 mrad/pixel
Spectral Range
Uncooled microbolometer: 7.0 µm to 8.5 µm
Thermal Sensitivity/NETD
<25 mK at 30°C (86°F)
Measurement & Analysis
Range 1: -20°C to 80°C (-4°F to 176°F) ±3°C (±5°F)
Range 2: 0°C to 250°C (212°F to 482°F) / 0°C to 100°C (32°F to 212°F):±3°C / 100° to 250°C (212° to 482°F):±3%
Range 3: 100°C to 500°C (212°F to 932°F):±3%
Atmospheric transmission correction
Based on inputs of distance, atmospheric temperature, and relative humidity
Emissivity Correction
Variable from 0.01 to 1.0
External Optics & Windows Correction
Based on input of optics/window transmission and temperature
Measurement Corrections
Global object parameters
Object Temperature Range
Range 1: -20°C to 80°C (-4°F to 176°F)
Range 2: 0°C to 250°C (212°F to 482°F)
Range 3: 100°C to 500°C (212°F to 932°F)
Reflected apparent temperature correction
Based on input of reflected temperature
Housing material
Thermal camera in protective housing
Extra cable glands for auxiliary cables
Control cabinet (incl. Edge PC)
Adapter bracket
Screw kit
Power/Com cable
Ethernet cable, RJ45
Cardboard box environmental housing fixed
Insert cardboard box environmental housing
Printed documentation including the username and password for log in to the web interface of the camera
Size [L × W × H]
Camera: 510 mm × 177 mm × 229 mm (20.1 in × 6.97 in × 9.02 in)
Control unit (external): 700 mm × 530 mm × 265 mm (27.5 in × 20.8 in × 10.4 in)
Mounting plate: 535 mm × 430 mm (21.06 in × 16.9 in)
5.90 kg (13.0 lb)
External Power Operation
Compatible with IEEE 802.3af, IEEE 802.3at/PoE Plus
External Voltage
PoE Class 4 (25 W)
Power Consumption
21 W
Environmental & Certifications
Salty fog resistance: ISO9227, to 1000 hours
EN 55032:2015 Emission Requirements
EN 55035:2017 Immunity Requirements
FCC – Title 47 CFR Part 15:2019
ICES-001 Issue 4:2014
Humidity (Operating and Storage)
Relative humidity: from 5% up to 95%
Lens Transmission Correction
Automatic, based on signals from internal sensors
Operating Temperature Range
-30°C to 50°C (-22°F to 122°F)
Storage Temperature Range
IEC 68-2-1 and IEC 68-2-2, -40°C to 70°C (-104°F to 158°F) for 16 hours
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Export Restrictions

Export Restrictions

Equipment described herein pertains to a European Union origin product that is controlled as dual-use item by the European Union government. (It may be subject to US Jurisdictions when in the United States or possessed by a US person and may require authorization to re-transfer to or share with a foreign person (not a US Person).

FLIR ADGiLE™ - Model: FLIR GF77f 25° + FLIR ADGiLE Analytics

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