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FLIR Announces High Resolution Thermal Camera Kit

publication date: Aug 12, 2014
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author/source: FLIR Advanced Thermal Solutions

FLIR Systems announces the FLIR A65sc - a new high resolution addition to their range of high performance thermal camera kits for R&D applications.

fliratspr89-imageAThe FLIR A65sc produces crisp thermal images of 640 x 512 pixels allowing you to analyse experiments in the finest detail.

Thermal imaging cameras can be used for a wide variety of R&D applications. However until now access to high performance thermal imaging was often the privilege of just larger R&D groups. Visualizing temperatures from -40°C to +550°C, with temperature differences as small as 50mK, FLIR A65sc, A35sc, A15sc and A5sc thermal camera kits capture thousands of reliable temperature measurements in every thermographic image and are priced for applications that have traditionally had to use thermocouples and spot pyrometers.

Designed with R&D engineers in mind - highly intuitive FLIR ResearchIR software is included with every A65sc, A35sc, A15sc and A5sc thermal camera kit. Working seamlessly with AXXsc thermal camera kit - FLIR ResearchIR software enables researchers to view, record and analyze thermal image data with functions such as time versus temperature plots. For experiments that require more than one camera to cover the object, or for stereoscopic applications, it is also possible to configure one AXXsc thermal camera to be master and others to be slave(s).

FLIR AXXsc Series Thermal Camera kits come standard with GigEVision™ - a state-of-the-art camera interface developed using the Gigabit Ethernet communication protocol. GenIcam™ is also supported on the FLIR SCSeries Camera Packs to provide a generic programming interface for all types of cameras. Therefore regardless of interface technology (GigE Vision,Camera Link, 1394 DCAM, etc.) or features implemented, the Application Programming Interface (API) will always be the same.


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