FLIR announces new features for two OEM camera core models
FLIR Systems, Inc. has announced upgrades to its Tau and Quark OEM infrared camera core products in the form of enhanced image processing features and radiometric capabilities.
FLIR Systems, Inc. has announced upgrades to its Tau and Quark OEM infrared camera core products in the form of enhanced image processing features and radiometric capabilities. The Tau 2 and Quark 2, both of which feature uncooled VOx microbolometer thermal imagers in a number of pixel arrays, now offer built-in temperature measurement for radiometry, analytics, and telemetry and offer users the ability to set isotherm thresholds in the grey scale to colorize temperatures of interest in the gray scale. Tau 2 camera cores offer increased sensitivity (<30mK), options for 640/60Hz frame rates, and feature manually-set image processing modes. Quark 2 camera cores feature silent shutterless non-uniformity correction and also support options for 640/60Hz frame rates, and the same suite of image processing modes as Tau 2.
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Headquarters: Wilsonville, OR, USA
Product: Tau 2 and Quark 2 camera cores
Key Features:7.5 µm – 13 µm spectral band, enhanced image processing features, built-in temperature measurement, feature uncooled VOx microbolometer thermal imagers.
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