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New release of fast thermal imaging cameras by FLIR for R&D Applications

Flir has again introduced new series of thermal imaging cameras for the benefit of the R&D applications. This time the cameras are faster and with a cooled detector.


Source: infolink.com.au

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With more sensitivity and higher frame rate, the FLIR A35x0sc/A65x0sc series provide better quality image than thermal imaging cameras with an uncooled detector. Also to meet the requirements for a higher frame rates and better image quality, FLIR X6000 or X8000 can also be opted for.

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The four cameras feature Mid-Wave infrared cooled detectors that enable them to see through certain materials such as glass or plastics. Image quality are obtained with a resolution of 640×512 pixels ad thermal sensitivity of <25 mK.

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Filed under: News | Posted on July 18th, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi

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