High-Speed High Sensitivity Thermal Camera

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FLIR Systems A6700sc series thermal camera is the ideal for high-speed, high sensitivity applications

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High-Speed High Sensitivity Thermal Camera
High-Speed High Sensitivity Thermal Camera

Precise camera synchronization and triggering make FLIR Systems A6700sc series thermal camera ideal for high-speed, high sensitivity applications. Working in snapshot mode the FLIR A6700sc is able to register all pixels from a thermal event simultaneously.

This is particularly important when monitoring fast moving objects where a standard thermal imaging camera would suffer from image blur. Routinely achieving a high thermal sensitivity of <20 mK, the FLIR A6700sc is able to capture the finest image details and temperature difference information.  

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Posted on February 7, 2018 - (202416 views)
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