Cameras Provide Thermal Imaging And Connectivity

Cameras Provide Thermal Imaging And Connectivity
FLIR Systems Inc.

The FLIR X8000sc Series are equipped with a cooled Indium Antimonide detector that produces thermal images of 640 x 512 pixels. FLIR X6000sc Series detect temperature differences smaller than 25mK (18mK typically). With the “lock-in” process temperatures differences as small as 1mK will become clearly visible. The cameras automatically adjust their temperature range to best fit the thermal scene. Also, the FLIR X6000sc Series contain a four-slot motorized filter wheel with automatic filter recognition and measurement parameter adjustment. A temperature probe is integrated for improved measurement accuracy. The FLIR X6580sc has an adjustable frame rate of up to 355 Hz full frame. It can deliver images up to a speed of 4,500 Hz in windowing. The FLIR X6550sc and X6540sc have an adjustable frame rate of up to 125 Hz full frame. They can deliver images up to a speed of 4,011 Hz in windowing. The subsample windows can be arbitrarily chosen and are easily defined. The FLIR X6000sc Series offer a wide range of connectivity options such as Camera Link medium for full bandwidth data acquisition, Gigabit Ethernet for simple connectivity, Standard BNC connectors for often used features such as Detector Sync, Acquisition trigger, analog locking input, MicroSD-card slot, DVI-output 1080p and IRIG-B connector for external time stamping. An extension port with advanced features and connections is available.

FLIR Systems Inc.
Wilsonville, OR
877-773-3547
http://www.flir.com
 

Contact Info

Company: FLIR Systems Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 877-773-3547
Fax: 503-498-3153

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