R&D Cooled catalogue - 40 Pages

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Advanced thermal imaging cameras for R&D and Science applications Institutional R&D Non Destructive Testing Lock-In Thermography Multi-spectral analysis Range Phenomenology Medical

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FLIR: The world leader in thermal imaging cameras FLIR is the world leader in the design, manufacturing and marketing of thermal imaging systems for a wide variety of commercial, industrial and government applications. FLIR thermal imaging systems use state-of-the-art infrared imaging technology that detects infrared radiation - or heat. Based on detected temperature differences, thermal imaging cameras can create a crisp image. Advanced algorithms also make it possible to read correct temperature values from this image. We design and manu­acture all of the f critical technologies inside...

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FLIR Advanced Thermal Solutions Looking for the best performance Thermal imaging cameras are being used for a wide variety of applications: predictive maintenance, building inspections, Security & Surveillance, automotive, maritime, firefighting to name just a few. FLIR is not only active in all these segments but is the undisputed market leader in each segment. High-end R&D customers have, however, totally different needs and expectations. They look for high performance solutions that can support them in their specialised fundamental or applied research projects. FLIR has recognised this...

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A focus on optics The optics of a thermal imaging camera are designed in a similar way to those of a normal camera. However, the types of glass that are used in a normal camera cannot be used for thermal imaging camera optics, because glass does not transmit infrared radiation well enough. In most cases, the lens is made of germanium or silicium. These expensive materials have excellent mechanical properties, are made of the best optical material and do not break easily. To ensure the highest quality, FLIR turns all its optics at its own production facilities. For manufacturing reflecting...

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Advanced Thermal Solutions for a wide range of R&D and Science applications FLIR Advanced Thermal Solutions cameras are ideal for a wide range of R&D and Science applications when flexibility and unequaled performance is vital. We are pleased to present you some examples of dedicated applications for which FLIR is offering unique solutions. For more information or any question, feel free to contact us, our applications engineers will give all technical and application support in order to define the adequate solution. Research & Development Thermal imaging cameras can characterise material...

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Tracking Thermal imaging camera systems complement video tracking systems by increasing visibility in low light or unfavorable haze conditions, allowing the tracking system to maintain target contact and constantly update the target’s bearing, range, and elevation. Directed energy A directed-energy weapon (DEW) emits energy in an aimed direction without the means of a projectile. DEWs include laser, high power radio frequency, and particle beam technologies. Thermal imaging camera technology is deployed in the testing of DEW instrumentation and in the analysis of target impacts. Laser beam...

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Advanced Thermography measurements In many circumstances, R&D applications require advanced measurement capabilities. FLIR ATS offers cooled and uncooled solutions. The higher specification SC5000, X6000 sc, SC7000 and X8000 sc cooled cameras offer ultra-fast, ultra-sensitive performance in the MWIR and LWIR spectral bands, while the SC2500 operates in the NIR spectral band. These cameras provide superior measurement capabilities in challenging setups for fast motion and thermal events, wide temperature range, small amplitude phenomena, multispectral analysis or very small object...

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4) Small amplitude phenomena Thermal resolution & Lock-in thermography Application description: Thermal stress analysis Camera model: FLIR SC7210 with a lock-in signal input Requirement: A very high thermal sensitivity (<20mK), a lock-in signal input, a snapshot mode 5) Very small object analysis - High spatial resolution Application description: Thermal evaluation of an integrated circuit. Camera model: FLIR SC5650 with x5 microscopic lens with a 3µm/pixel resolution. Requirement: High quality image resolution due to advanced design microscopic lens, a very low NETD and a large FPA...

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Thermal imaging cameras with advanced functionalities FLIR Systems realises that thermal imaging cameras for high-end R&D specialists require special features. In order to facilitate the work of researchers, FLIR Systems has developed a number of FLIR proprietary features that are extremely useful for researchers in all fields. These unique features are included on almost all FLIR ATS SC and Xsc Series cameras. Stability and versatility with FLIR CNUCTM CNUCTM is a proprietary calibration process that provides extremely beautiful imagery and accurate measurement from a FLIR thermal imaging...

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FLIR X8000 sc / X6000 sc Series It is time to discoverdemanding For the most the fascinating R&D professional world of thermal imaging in HD. Thermal images up to 1280 x 1024 pixels (FLIR X8400 sc) will show you the smallest of details and assure excellent measurement accuracy, while fast dynamic scenes will be accurately recorded up to 355 Hz in full 640x512 resolution (FLIR X6580 sc) and up to 4500 Hz using a 320x8 subwindow (FLIR X6580 sc). The FLIR X8000  / X6000  Series thermal imaging cameras are designed to provide the best sc sc thermal measurement performance together with the most...

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Thermal image of the Arc de Triomphe, Paris. This thermal image of an electronic board shows even the smallest detail. Best possible image quality The FLIR X8400 sc is equipped with a cooled Indium Antimonide detector that produces crisp thermal images of 1280 x 1024 pixels. It allows seeing the smallest of details and offers 4 times more thermal data than the standard 640 x 512 pixels images. Users that do not need this amount of pixels can choose for the FLIR X6000  Series. It provides sc thermal images of 640 x 512 pixels, available with both InSb and MCT detectors. HIGH SENSITIVITY High...

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