Infrared camera from FLIR is designed for research and development applications

Designed to function as a standalone data collection and analysis system in the field, or as a fixed-mount thermal measurement solution in the lab, the FLIR T1030sc longwave infrared camera specifically targets research and development applications.

Dec 2nd, 2015
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Designed to function as a standalone data collection and analysis system in the field, or as a fixed-mount thermal measurement solution in the lab, the FLIR T1030sc longwaveinfrared camera specifically targets research and development applications. The camera features a 1024 x 768 uncooled microbolometer infrared detector that features a 17 µm detector pitch, a spectral range of 7.5 to 14 µm, and can achieve frame rates of 30 fps in full window, 120 fps in full window with high-speed interface (HSI) to computer, 240 fps in half-window with HSI, and 480 fps in quarter-window with HSI. Additionally, the 14-bit camera is equipped with FLIR’s new OSXTM precision HDIR optics and ResearchIR Max software, which provides researchers and scientists with a tool for viewing, acquiring, analyzing, and sharing thermal data.

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Contact:FLIR
Headquarters: Wilsonville, OR, USA
Product:
FLIR T1030sc infrared camera
Key Features: 1024 x 768 uncooled microbolometer infrared detector, 17 µm detector pitch, spectral range of 7.5 to 14 µm, fps up to 480 fps in reduced view with high-speed interface.

What FLIR says:
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