The Quark thermal camera core from FLIR represents a quantum leap in the design of compact, uncooled LWIR technology. Quark provides high resolution thermal imaging performance and reliability, but weighs less than 10 grams (without lens) and is the size of a wine cork.
Because it is the smallest thermal camera core of its kind, Quark enables new applications with smaller payloads. This is why Quark is a popular component in products like thermal weapon sites, security cameras, and unmanned vehicles (UVs).
Plus, due to Quark’s small size it uses less than a watt of power and has no moving parts, making it resistant to shock and vibrations. In fact, Quark is so dependable, it has a return rate of <1%.
Quark outputs 14-bit or 8-bit LVDS and CMOS video in 336 or 640 resolutions, both with 17-micron pixels. With a 9 mm lens, Quark 640 can detect a person at 250 meters and a vehicle at 720 meters. However, equipped with a 35mm lens, the Quark can detect a person at a distance of 940 meters, and a vehicle at distance of 2500 meters, in typical conditions.
The benefits of using Quark as an OEM product go beyond world-class engineering, however. When you become a customer of FLIR, you’ll enjoy unsurpassed support from the leading infrared imaging company in the world.
FLIR guarantees 1-2 weeks delivery time on most products and has dedicated engineers ready to offer their expertise as you integrate Quark into your custom application. In addition, the FLIR website is packed with educational content, including detailed data sheets and application notes—more than any other competitor.
If you’re developing thermal imaging products for military & defense, medical imaging, law enforcement, emergency services, research & development, robotics, or manufacturing, you’ll gain a competitive edge with FLIR.
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