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FLIR Systems Introduces New Thermal Imaging Cameras for R+D and Industrial Applications

FLIR Systems has introduced a new series of thermal imaging cameras specifically designed for R&D and industrial applications, such as welding/soldering processes, tyre/brake testing, fast moving process control, and on and through glass measurement applications.

The FLIR A3500sc/A6500sc cameras include a cooled 3-5 micron MW-IR detector for R&D applications that require more sensitivity, better image quality, and a higher frame rate routine.

With a high thermal sensitivity of <25 mK, these thermal imaging cameras are capable of capturing fine image details as well as information related to temperature difference. Moreover, the FLIR A3500sc/A6500sc cameras are suitable for high sensitivity and high-speed applications due to their accurate camera synchronization and triggering functions.

The cameras operate in Snapshot mode and can simultaneously register all pixels from a thermal event.

This is especially useful when monitoring rapidly moving objects where a traditional IR camera would prove ineffective and may cause blurring of images. The cameras operate easily with FLIR ResearchIR/ResearchIR Max software, thus allowing users to experience intuitive viewing, recording and high-tech processing of the infrared data delivered by the camera.

The FLIR A3500sc/A6500sc series uses standard GigE Vision™ interface to send out commands and dynamic range digital video, which make them true plug and play thermal imaging cameras.

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